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Digital Literacy: 5. Collaborate and share information

Resources to help you to function more effectively as a learner and as an employee.

Can you create content online for different audiences using the appropriate style or tone, e.g. a web page or blog entry for private use, a presentation for use by your fellow students, an assessment for your course or a webpage to be read by the general

 

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Can you interact with others online (forums, blogs, social networking sites, audio, video, etc.) ?

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Can you collaborate safely with others online to create a shared document or presentation?

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Can you use media-capture devices to record and edit a podcast or video?

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Can you use social bookmarking to organise and share information?

  

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Can you share files legally with others?

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