Presentation, University of South Africa (Pretoria)…
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“This leads me to a modern myth that needs busting: that of the capabilities of the ”digital native”, defined by Oxford as ”a person born or brought up during the age of digital technology”. The myth is that because these children have grown up with technology, they are ”naturally” information literate. Being able to independently intuit how to play Angry Birds is a far cry from being able to critically evaluate a subtly biased website.”
Well said – being born in the digital age is no guarantee of being digitally literate…
See on www.canberratimes.com.au
Content curation is a great way to find, organize and share useful knowledge efficiently. There are many free digital tools available to help manage web content in flexible ways allowing us to quickly share resources that are accessible online.
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