Your online presence
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Your digital information literacy
In this course you will use a number of information sources and technology tools to support your learning and for interaction with the facilitators and other learners.
You will need to apply skills for using:
- this WikiEducator site to access reading materials and (optionally) to collaborate with others;
- Internet-based tools to search for and manage information sources that you will use in your inquiry and writing;
- a blog for written work;
- asynchronous and synchronous (real time) tools for interacting with others.
Your personal blog
You will be using a web-based eportfolio for your portfolio activities. This means that submitting your assessment portfolio will not be done by using 'snail mail' or email, but by providing the course co-ordinator with access to your eportfolio.
If you would also like to use a blog as a learning journal, you should set one up now:
WikiEducator account (optional)
You don't need an account to read and browse materials here on WikiEducator. However, you do need an account if you wish to create or edit pages. To set up an account: