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January 2012


Course Description: This course introduces students to the concepts and competencies of digital information literacy, which include the ability to access, use, organize, create, synthesize and evaluate information in digital formats. The “digitally information literate” student will be proficient in the effective use of information in digital formats as applied in academic programs, professional work, and lifelong learning. By the end of this course, the digitally information literate learner will: ● Understand how digital technologies shape information ● Navigate complex digital domains ● Apply knowledge and skills to current digital tools ● Apply flexible strategies for finding, using, and evaluating digital information



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