Harnessing the digital world to create, communicate and collaborate effectively in academic and professional environments. Digital fluency is understanding the range of possibilities for a certain objective, knowing how to choose the appropriate solutions from a set of tools to best meet those objectives, and understanding how to adapt to changing technology.
For the Binghamton University community, this initiative will be successful if...
- Individuals become fluent in creating presentations to various audiences in various environments.
- Individuals become fluent in collaborating with others in various digital environments.
- Individuals become fluent in communicating in various digital environments.
What activities/skills fit into the above?
Being able to...
- Create and deliver an effective webinar.
- Collaborate with others across distance and time.
- Create and deliver an effective presentation.
- Make an effective live video presentation.
- Create rich media documents.
- Create effective video content.
- Collect various learning artifacts into an effective electronic portfolio.
- Identify audience needs in order to become an effective communicator.
- Briggs, Christian. "The Difference Between Digital Literacy and Digital Fluency." (accessed July 07, 2014).
- Briggs, Christian, and Kevin Makice. Digital fluency: building success in the digital age. Bloomington, Ind.: SociaLens, 2012.
- White, Gerald. "Digital fluency : skills necessary for learning in the digital age."(accessed July 07, 2014).