Bennett, Elizabeth (2015) The case for a curriculum development approach to developing students’ digital literacies. In: Converging Concepts in Global Higher Education Research: Local, national and international Perspectives. SRHE Annual Research Conference, 9 - 11 December 2015, Celtic Manor, Newport. (Unpublished)
Abstract

Supporting the development of students’ digital literacies, those skills needed for living and working in 21st century, has been recognised as a global issue for higher education (Lee 2014). In the UK context, there has been a spot light on the topic from a range of influential stakeholders and sector wide bodies (House of Lords 2015; NUS n.d; QAA 2015) and has resulted in institutions grappling with their response to the issue (UCISA 2015). In this paper I identify an approach to addressing students’ digital literacies through the use of curriculum design. I draw on the notion of ownership and apply it in three different ways to make the case for this approach.

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