Digital citizenship (LiDA102) is one of four micro-courses for Learning in a digital age. This micro-course explores the rights and responsibilities of digital citizens in the context of tertiary learning. By working through the material you will gain a good understanding of the interplay among digital environments, your digital identity and the digital identities of others. Digital citizenship represents a constant tension between the potential of digital media for social good and the threat of misuse and appropriation. Consequently, we explore a number of societal issues and problematic online behaviours challenging the potential benefits of digital technology for enhancing the future of learning.
Learning in a digital age micro-courses
There are four micro-courses which make up Learning in a digital age:
|Micro-course learning materials
|Digital literacies for online learning
|Open education, copyright and open licensing in a digital world
|Critical media literacies and associated digital skills
Digital citizenship (LiDA102) comprises about 40 hours of learning effort made up of about 20 -25 hours of online learning with the balance spent on preparing the final assessment for those learners seeking certification.
Reviewing the course guide
We recommend that you scan through the course guide before commencing your learning journey.
The course guide contains:
- The course learning outcome and list of course objectives
- The syllabus where you will find the sessions, dates and links to the learning materials and learning challenges. You can also access the syllabus from the “Syllabus” button on the course homepage.
- A list of learning challenges
- Recommended resources