Dear LiDA104 participant

Thank you for your interest and participation during Critical media literacies and associated digital skills. We trust that you were able to develop a few new skills in becoming a more competent and autonomous learner in a digital age.

We notice that a few participants are still working through the closing sessions of the course and that’s fine. True to our open philosophy at the OERu, the course materials will remain open an accessible.

Course evaluation

If you haven’t done so yet, please take a few minutes to complete the online course evaluation, even if you only worked through one or two sessions. Consider your time to complete the evaluation form as a donation for this free learning opportunity.

We rely on your feedback to help us improve our courses in achieving our charitable mission to widen access to free learning opportunities for all students worldwide.

Recommended micro-courses for you

Have you completed any of the other micro-courses associated with Learning in a digital age? If not, you may be interested in selecting one from the following list:

Course description Micro-course learning materials
LiDA101 Digital literacies for online learning
LiDA102 Digital citizenship
LiDA103 Open education, copyright and open licensing in a digital world
LiDA104 Critical media literacies and associated digital skills

Please note that if you want to receive email instructions for your next OERu course, you must register on the respective course site (Your registration on this course does not automatically register you for the next-micro-course.) If you already have an account on the, you can use your existing username to register for your next OERu course by logging in on the course site listed in the table above.

For learners pursuing a business qualification, you will find a list of courses and launch schedule for the Certificate Higher Education Business on the OERu website.

Thanks and goodbye for now

We have a bold mission at the OERu to widen access to more affordable education for the estimated 100 million learners who will not have the privilege of a tertiary education. Your participation and contributions during Critical media literacies and associated digital skills have provided valuable peer learning support for our learning community. Thank you for your positive contributions and sharing the gift of knowledge.

We look forward to welcoming you online again during any of the OERu courses in the future.

With kind regards
Wayne Mackintosh
Director of the OER Foundation.