The Digital Literacy for Academic Purposes Training Suite project worked with staff and students to create an interactive online learning resource to teach students how to use the internet in a smart and responsible way, in particular focusing on finding reliable research sources and highlighting shortcuts to allow more accurate searching.
To learn more about the project, including lessons learned along the way, please take a look at the video case study submitted by Alicia Hughes-White, the student digital ambassador for the Digital Literacy for academic purposes project.
Alicia has done a lot of work in the project – from the initial data gathering to the course creation. The actual course that was developed for this project, is available on the DELC moodle pages, you can view a preview of the course: Digital Literacy for Academic Purposes – How to use the Internet wisely for your studies.
As part of the project, Alicia ran a survey with academics and a focus group with students, a copy of the survey and focus group evaluation is available to download: Digital Skills Survey , Focus Group Evaluation.