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  1. Jul 2021
  2. Jun 2021
    1. faculty assume that students know how to, for example, take notes

      are note-taking skills taught at all?

    2. reading at the college level can be a real challenge for students from any discipline

      teaching how to read is an ongoing project. Digital reading techniques need to be introduced, reinforced and practiced across courses.

  3. Oct 2020
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  7. Sep 2019
    1. The learner’s key skills shift away from certainty and towards decision making between various options.

      from certainty to decision making - moving from simplicity to complexity, from knowing what to do to knowing ways to do things

  8. Dec 2018
  9. Aug 2018
    1. Representation of Digital Intelligence

      I wonder if the similarity to a pie chart hints a message that the components are all equal. The use of the color spectrum also says something about continuity and adjacency which may not be intended. But it looks nice.

  10. Jul 2018
    1. Furthermore, and differentiating digital time from clock time, he suggests that a lack of adherence to chronological time is compounded by the fact that digital technologies connect with a flow of information that is al-ways and instantly available. He argues that continual change, which is bound up with web services such as social network sites, blogs and the news, is central to the experi-enced need for constant connectivity.

      Q: How does this idea of time vs information flow affect the data harvested during a digital crowdwork process in humanitarian emergencies?

      Q: How does this idea of time vs information flow manifest when the information flow is not chronological due to content throttling or algorithmic decisions on what content to deliver to a user?

  11. Oct 2017
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  13. Dec 2016
    1. This is more than traditional information literacy

      I would say that this is information literacy. Traditionally, we have promoted a rather narrow view of IL, which is part of the problem.The ACRL Framework may be a step in the right direction.

  14. Nov 2016
  15. Jul 2016
    1. Beetham and Sharpe ‘pyramid model’ of digital literacy development model (2010)

      like this model and the progression it represents. It might be interesting to compare it to imposter syndrome. Identity represents a level of confidence in one's abilities, confidence which can be independent of ability level.

  16. Jun 2016