Digital fluency : skills necessary for learning in the digital ageDigital Learning Research
AbstractThis article examines the skills that will be required for the 21st century that will need to be embedded in educational curricula in order achieve them. It begins by considering how communicating between people has changed and current educational responses. A view of 21st century skills follows with an argument for some core subjects that will be necessary. Learning and teaching are then discussed leading to a view about what is needed in order to develop digital fluency in education, for now and the future.
Citation InformationWhite, Gerald K. (2013) Digital fluency : skills necessary for learning in the digital age. Melbourne : ACER