Enabling e-Learning states on the Digital fluency page:
Digital literacy and digital fluency describe students’ level of ability in using digital technologies to achieve desired learning outcomes.
Digital fluency is a disposition – A digitally fluent person can decide when to use specific digital technologies to achieve their desired outcome. They can articulate why the tools they are using will provide their desired outcome.
Join us in the forum discussion when we unpack digital fluency. We look at what it is, and how we can work towards supporting our students to be digitally fluent.
This discussion will take place in the Enabling e-Learning: Teaching group.