Digital Fluency Stack

Evaluating Online Info - HBM-1573P1

Evaluating Online Info: With the overwhelming abundance of online information, being able to distinguish fact from fiction, proof from persuasion, and authority from advertising?assessing the credibility and reliability of online information?is an essential 21st-century skill. View Microcredential

Choosing Technology Tools - TEC-1833C

Choosing Technology Tools: Being able to thoughtfully choose the right technology tool for a learning task from the vast array of choices available?digital devices, educational websites, cell phone apps, simulations and games, webinars, MOOCs, project organizers, coding tools, sensors, data analysis tools, and more?can be a significant challenge; using an evaluation strategy to make good technology tool choices is an important tool for increasing one?s learning power. View Microcredential

Analyzing Media Impacts - HBM-1573P

Analyzing Media Impacts: Students swim in a sea of media messages every day; understanding how media messages are intentionally crafted to elicit very specific audience responses?what techniques are used to grab attention, inform, persuade, entertain, and arouse certain emotions or actions?helps students become more media literate, better able to choose media to support their own learning goals, and better able to craft effective media messages for their learning projects. Evaluating Online Info: With the overwhelming abundance of online information, being able to distinguish fact from fiction, proof from persuasion, and authority from advertising?assessing the credibility and reliability of online information?is an essential 21st-century skill. View Microcredential