E-Literacy: Exploring online tools

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This task has been designed around the concept of e-literacy skills that is the skills needed for efficient use of online tools. The students work in international groups, choose one of the pre-selected tools (e.g. a blog, wiki, ning, a forum) and analyze it on the basis of two sets of guiding questions. Moreover, a list of competences by M. Pegrum (2009) is attached for reference. Students’ reactions are then posted in a respective forum (or recorded) and commented upon by their partners.

Language of task instructions: 
English
Target Group : 
Foreign Language Teacher Education
Level: 
B1
B2
References and acknowledgements: 
Teachers College, NY; Open University (GB)
Task Type: 
Comparison & analysis
Estimated Duration: 
2 sessions
Topic: 
E-Literacy
Tags: 
e-literacy
tools

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