In the digital age, it is essential we equip our students with the skills to find, use, generate and disseminate information and knowledge in personal, professional and social contexts. Digital literacy opens up opportunities to develop new relationships, resources and applications. Digital literacy is a key component of professionalism and will empower our graduates to succeed in the careers and in their communities.
Critically harness digital literacy for professional practice and research and demonstrate digital citizenship in online learning, professional and social communities
|Understand professional, social and cultural implications of the global use of technology||Use, create, communicate and share multimodal information in digital environments||Ethically, legally, safely and critically use technology to select, create and share information and participate in online learning, professional and social communities|
Assessment of this GLO can include contextualised assessments that allow students the opportunity to select and demonstrate the appropriate and effective use of technologies. Assessments should develop practical knowledge, skills, and critical evaluation that develop the foundation for their professional practice.