Category Archives: Digital Literacy

Lunch and Learn episode 11 – Tony Reeves

Digital tools for researching and collaborating There are so many digital tools that it’s hard to know which ones are useful. In this episode, Tony Reeves explains how the following digital tools that can help you and your students find … Continue reading

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Lunch and Learn episode 6 – Lisa Moore

_ Lisa Moore, Programme Manager in Digitisation and Copyright Compliance at UCA Farnham, explains the benefits of the Scan to Teach service and how this can help enhance the student and tutor experience.

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New software to help students with referencing

Over the summer, the Learning & Teaching Librarians reviewed the referencing software available at UCA. We are pleased to announce that we are now able to support students and staff to use Paperpile and Zotero. Both feature an up to … Continue reading

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How does Digital Literacy challenge and shape the way we learn?

  Do digital natives exist? One of the main debates in recent educational research has been the perceived digital divide between natives and immigrants. The phrases digital natives and digital immigrants were first used by Marc Prensky (2001) to identify … Continue reading

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How to search like a pro -10 tips from Google

We all ‘search’ for information every day. But how good are we – and our students – at it? Do we really know what we’re doing? This Guardian article highlights ten top tips for more effective searching. Many thanks to … Continue reading

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