Digital Literacy

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Digital Literacy by Mind Map: Digital Literacy

1. Avoid distraction

2. Knowledge construction

3. Visualise

4. Digital evaluation and Information search

4.1. Find

4.2. Evaluate

4.3. Manage information

4.4. Library

4.5. Referencing

4.5.1. Referencing management

5. Digital Creation

5.1. Create Meaning

5.2. Activities

6. Digital Communication

6.1. Communicate in digital networks effectively

6.1.1. Ask relevant questions

6.1.2. Sending emails securely

6.1.3. Using attachments

6.1.4. Participating on social media

6.1.5. Handling information and content using search engines

6.2. Accessing contect across devices

6.3. Clearly express ideas

6.4. Maintain respect

7. Digital Collaboration

7.1. Work with others

7.1.1. host well

7.1.1.1. Be humble

7.2. Share ideas and resources

7.2.1. Share goals

7.2.1.1. Share resources

8. Digital safety

8.1. Develop critical engagement

8.2. Also safe practice

8.2.1. keeping passwords secure

8.2.2. Taking precautions against viruses

9. Digital Creativity

9.1. Identify

9.1.1. Self image

9.1.1.1. Reputation

9.2. Write

9.2.1. Edit

9.3. Present

9.3.1. Share

9.4. Being able to use digital media to complete tasks

9.4.1. generate content and develop opportunities

10. Digital Cloud computing

10.1. Able to store and access work

10.2. Learning resources from any location

11. Knowledge sharing

11.1. Able to demonstrate presentation skills using multi media tools

11.2. Investigation

11.2.1. Negotiation

11.2.1.1. Building

12. Evaluating digital info

12.1. Accessing and identifying credible and reliable online sources

12.2. check for precision, legitimacy and currency as measures of data quality

12.3. Critical appraisal

13. Digital citizenship

13.1. Able to behave and act appropriately when online

13.1.1. Digital rights

13.1.1.1. Cyber bullying

13.1.2. Digital law

13.1.2.1. Security

13.2. Recognition of the different contexts of online activity

14. Digital Virtual collaboration

14.1. Able to collaborate as effectively online as in person

14.2. By sharing documents and insights via online

15. Digital Basic technolgy

15.1. Able to use a variety of technology as learning tools

15.1.1. Can swap between devices and operating systems

16. Deposition

16.1. Confidence

16.1.1. Motivated

16.2. Participation

16.2.1. Interest

16.3. Empathy

16.3.1. Reasonable

16.3.1.1. Resonsible

16.3.1.1.1. Ethical

16.4. Democratic

16.4.1. Critical

17. Crap detection

17.1. Be skeptical

17.2. Cross check

17.3. Search widely

18. Attention

18.1. Focus

18.2. Define goals

19. Digital Participation

19.1. Blog

19.1.1. Tag

19.1.1.1. Engage

20. Digital Learning skills

20.1. understanding how technology can extend learning opportunities

20.1.1. word

20.1.1.1. Mind maps

20.1.1.1.1. Excel

20.1.2. Such as using browser use

20.2. It's value and relevance in a particular context

20.3. The fundamentals of being able to use digital technologies

20.3.1. Connecting to the interent

20.3.2. Keeping passwords secure

20.3.3. Computor skills

20.3.4. Storage

20.3.5. Emailing

21. Digital Problem solving

21.1. Finding problems using

21.1.1. FAQs

21.1.2. Tuturials

21.1.3. Presenting solutions through software

21.1.4. Improving productivity

22. Digital Transacting

22.1. Setting up accounts to use or purchase goods

22.1.1. Services online payment

22.1.2. Using different secure methods

22.2. Filling in online forms