Document Type

Presentation

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This item is available under a Creative Commons License for non-commercial use only

Disciplines

Library science

Publication Details

Presentation at the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education seminar: Coordinating the Programme Team for Assessment and Feedback, 6 May 2016.

Abstract

In 2013 DIT developed a set of graduate attributes known as the “Five E’s”: Engaged, Enterprising, Enquiry based, Effective and Expert in chosen subject discipline. Each of these five attributes is comprised of several additional attributes, one of which is digital literacy.

This presentation explains what digital literacy is, why it is an important attribute for our students and graduates to develop, and discusses practical ways of creating a mapping between a programme’s assessment methods and the digital literacy graduate attribute.

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