Our graduates will be confident users of advanced
technologies; they will lead others, challenging convention by
exploiting the rich sources of connectivity digital working
We aim to create distinctive University of Wolverhampton
graduates who are digitally literate which can be defined as
our graduates will be confident users of advanced technologies;
they will lead others, challenging convention by exploiting the
rich sources of connectivity digital working allows.
All subjects will want to interpret Digital Literacy in their
own ways and the definition is open-ended enough to allow this.
Courses need to look at inclusion into their curriculum of
aspects of the following:
For those students who are not digital natives and need IT
Skills development Alison is an
interactive online service that provides free training courses
where you can develop your skills and knowledge.
Please visit the Reference page for
all Blended Learning references.
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