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Introduction to the study describing terminology choices and the reasons behind the study.
digital literacy, learning literacy, learning, education, digital capabilities, skills
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School StudentsUndergraduate StudentsPostgraduate StudentsRemote StudentsLearner TransitionsPersonal DevelopmentStaff Development

Educational context

Adult LearnersFurther EducationHigher EducationFoundation Degree


ICT LiteraciesInformation LiteraciesAcademic LiteraciesEmployment SkillsMedia LiteraciesLiteracy Frameworks

Subject discipline

Art & DesignComputer ScienceEnvironmental StudiesHealthHumanitiesLandscape and Garden DesignManagementMathematicsPsychologyResearch SkillsSciencesSocial SciencesStatisticsTeaching


e-Portfolio SystemOnline TutorialsPersonal Digital AssistantsPersonal Learning EnvironmentPodcastsReference Management SystemVideoVirtual Learning EnvironmentVirtual WorldsSocial SoftwareWikiSearchable Database


AssessedCompetence TestingInterviewsPeer MentoringPersonal Development PlanningPrinted ResourcesSelf Regulated LearningStudent InductionWorkshops

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