February 12, 2012Blog Archives
The goal of digital competence: be skilled at finding, evaluating, creating and effectively using information and transfer these skills to the workplace and personal life. Competency areas: visual literacy, new media literacy, information fluency, and information competency.
Assessing Digital Natives for their Digital Competencies – What’s the score? Practical Applications of Research
Being familiar with computers and internet does not entail being able to use them in a competent way… living in a digital environment does not reliably imply being digital competent. What are the results when Digital Natives are assessed against Digital Competencies?
We can’t look at our learners as either in or out of a highly technically skilled group based simply on their age. As a learning and development professional, you know how to assess learners skills, knowledge and attitudes – and looking at their age isn’t it.