The rise of the requirement for digital literacy in the workplace is increasing. In the next few blog posts are going to discuss the individual skills that make up in digital literacy comma and produce the little narrative on each. I'm going to take a look at the individual skills and how you can increase … Continue reading Digital literacy and me; an intro to future posts.
Recently I've been trying to make chemistry and biology sessions for my undergrads a little more interesting. I've started experimenting with the inclusion of some AR in my lectures to try and aid visual learners to see what I'm talking about, and kinesthetic learners a chance to 'have a go' and interact with an object. … Continue reading Experimenting with AR and teaching
I attended a conference with Salford ONECPD yesterday on Driving Technology in Higher Education. One of the topics that was discussed by Lawrence Lilley was the difference between Digital Skills and Digital Literacy. And this made sense. The idea was that you could teach someone to use Word, but would they be able to use … Continue reading Digital ability