Digital literacy: professional public profile

Social media apps

A lot of us have a profile. In fact, probably all of us. I have two, and I have two for a reason. I have a very closed social profile and a fairly open professional profile. In reality, I doubt that one is meant to be social and closed off means anything. If it is … Continue reading Digital literacy: professional public profile

RPi Stats Log and auto shut down

RPi Zero WH

I have a number of Raspberry Pi's for different things. Some of those are quite heavy on the hardware usage, and although these are great little devices they do have their limits. I am am by no means the best programmer, but this is a simple code I wrote to run a quick diagnostics on … Continue reading RPi Stats Log and auto shut down

Digital Literacy: Information Literacy

Google scholar

Information literacy skills are those that are required to determine the quality of a source. But not only this, information literacy skills can aid in your searching for the correct information. By being able to filter out the plethora of information available on the Internet, you can improve your knowledge and increase your effectiveness in … Continue reading Digital Literacy: Information Literacy

Digital Literacy: Technical literacy

Technical literacy on a blank page in a dyslexia friendly font

Although 6th on the list of domains for the HEE digital literacy proficiency, technical proficiency is the first area that I want to discuss.  Although not many may see the benefit of being technically proficient, it does have its benefits when approaching digital literacy. Not only will these be beneficial in choosing a device, but … Continue reading Digital Literacy: Technical literacy