The State University of New York
Applied Digital Literacy Specialization
The State University of New York

Applied Digital Literacy Specialization

Communicate Your Ideas Through Digital Media. Master strategies and tools to locate quality information and multimedia to effectively and ethically communicate your ideas using digital technologies.

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Bryan Sajecki
Nicole Thomas
Cynthia A. Tysick

Instructors: Bryan Sajecki

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Specialization - 3 course series

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No prior experience required
1 month at 10 hours a week
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What you'll learn

  • Learners will craft a workable research project.

  • Learners will effectively search databases and websites to satisfy their research need.

  • Learners will employ media creation tools to share their research project.

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Specialization - 3 course series

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4.7

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Beginner level
No prior experience required
1 month at 10 hours a week
Flexible schedule
Learn at your own pace

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Specialization - 3 course series

Basic Information Literacy

Course 113 hours4.7 (78 ratings)

What you'll learn

Skills you'll gain

Category: Critical Thinking
Category: Evaluation
Category: Information Seeking Behavior

What you'll learn

  • Articulate an information need.

  • Identify quality information sources.

  • Effectively and ethically use diverse information sources.

Skills you'll gain

Category: Critical Thinking
Category: Communication
Category: Multiliteracy
Category: Information Seeking Behavior
Category: Media Literacy

Digital Information Literacy

Course 319 hours4.7 (20 ratings)

What you'll learn

  • Design aesthetics

  • Ethically using media (images, audio, and video)

  • Creating multimedia projects

Skills you'll gain

Category: Multimedia
Category: Communication
Category: Media Literacy
Category: Graphic Design
Category: Design Thinking

Instructors

Bryan Sajecki
The State University of New York
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