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Certificate of Achievement
has completed the following course:
This online course explored different opportunities and provided tools to improve, manage and use our digital skills for study, life and work individually or through a learning network.
4 weeks, 3 hours per week
PhD Student in Digital Humanities
King's College London
- Demonstrate how to register and log in to websites, navigate the web, create social media profiles for well known platforms
- Investigate and search for resources to support your job-seeking, studies and daily life
- Collaborate and work together safely online and use online communities to develop your skills and receive support, as well as understand the importance of a personal learning network
- Produce advanced digital content and post it to appropriate platforms
- Identify and discriminate between trustworthy and untrustworthy communications and content online
- Reflect systematically on your own learning progress
- Develop your own personal plan for learning beyond the course and using your new skills effectively
The fundamental skills needed to use the internet, including:
- Email, social media and research through the effective use of search engines and databases.
- Online collaboration with others - for work, to create digital content, and to communicate with friends and family.
- Creating advanced digital content by choosing the relevant tools and developing a creative idea.
- Developing the judgement and knowledge to stay safe online and protect privacy, while treating others with respect.
- Understanding how to use online communities and develop a Personal Learning Network to improve skills and receive support.
- How to become a self-directed learner and reflect on one’s learning; gaining the confidence needed to plan how digital skills can be integrated into future study, work and life.
Issued on 2nd November 2020
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