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Workshop - Digital Declutter

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This workshop will explore three related areas in relation to digital decluttering:Workplace functions - time-saving, targeted and minimising frustrationPersonal and workplace well-beingContextualised individual needs for digital work functions or spaces within larger organisation operations.A combination of reflection, evaluation and hands on practice are part of this digital decluttering and digital organisation workshop. 

Material Type: Activity/Lab

Author: Digital Dexterity Champions

Quick feedback on learning

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A printable form to give to students after class to get quick feedback on how they found the lesson using a simple likert emoji scale, then by commenting upon what they learned and what they are still uncertain about. Form is a downloadable editable pdf.This form was used for a 'Finding information in the library' workshop, but you can adapt it for any workshop.License is CC-BY-SA,...except for the icons which are CC-BY:agree, undecided & disagree by JS Beaulieu from the Noun Project, thenounproject.com 

Material Type: Assessment, Diagram/Illustration

Author: Emma Chapman

Ateliers sur demande – Instant Workshops

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There are already many online lessons for building digital skills in higher education, so why is Ateliers sur demande | Instant Workshops creating more? First, it is not always easy to find lessons in both English and French, which is particularly helpful in Canada, for example, where Ateliers sur demande | Instant Workshops started. Second, when English and French lessons do exist, sometimes there are issues with accessibility, such as videos without captions. Or there are issues with access, such as subscription fees or institutional logins. Or there are issues with resources that are too long or inflexible or impersonal. The collaborators on Ateliers sur demande | Instant Workshops aim to provide digital skills lessons for higher education in French and English that are free, open, focused, accessible, flexible, and humanized. The site and initial suite of lessons were made possible with funding by the Government of Ontario and through eCampusOntario’s support of the Virtual Learning Strategy, and new lessons are added regularly.

Material Type: Interactive, Lesson

Author: Mish Boutet

Digital Skills GitBook

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The Living Book of Digital Skills (You never knew you needed until now) is a living, open source online guide to 'modern not-quite-technical computer skills' for researchers and the broader academic community.

Material Type: Textbook