A major piece of work being undertaken within the Fellowship is a literature review of recent, and not so recent, publications in the area of digital literacy. These are gathered together here, grouped by topic. Some commentary is included to provide context. I hope you find this a useful resource.
COLDWELL-NEILSON, J., ARMITAGE, J. A., WOOD-BRADLEY, R. J., KELLY, B., & GENTLE, A. (2019). Implications of updating digital literacy – A case study in an optometric curriculum. Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology, 16, 33-49. https://doi.org/10.28945/4285
SPIEZIA, V., KOKSAL-OUDOT, E. & MONTAGNIER, P. 2016. New skills for the digital economy: measuring the demand and supply of ICT skills at work. Paris: OECD.
VUORIKARI, R., PUNIE, Y., CARRETERO, S. & VAN DEN BRANDE, L. 2016. DigComp 2.0: The Digital Competence Framework for Citizens. Update Phase 1: The Conceptual Reference Model. Luxembourg Publication Office of the European Union.
WHITE, D. S. & LE CORNU, A. 2017. Using 'Visitors and Residents' to visualise digital practices. First Monday, 22(8).
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