SHORE SENIOR LIBRARY – DIGITAL FLUENCIES CURRICULUM

Digital Fluencies is the ability to find, evaluate and ethically use digital information efficiently and effectively to solve an information problem

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Solution Fluency Snapshot: Thinking creatively, clearly defining the problem, designing an appropriate solution.
Define
Discover
Dream
Design
Deliver
1 2 3 4 5

S1: Clearly and accurately defines the problem – clarifies the task

S2: Synthesizes information about the development of the problem

S3: Considers many possible solutions before selecting the most appropriate

S4: Uses a variety of questions to expand upon knowledge

S5: Can develop a set-by-step plan for solving a problem

S6: Reflects critically and revises the process.

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Solution
Fluency
Information Fluency Snapshot: Interpret information in all forms and formats in order to gather essential knowledge, authenticity,
meaning
Significance.
Ask
Acquire
Analyse
Apply 1 2 3 4 5
Assess
I1: Identifies key words and forms questions for the task

I2: Identifies appropriate sources for the task

I3: Demonstrates effective searching strategies, using an advanced and federated search in Worldshare

I4: Able to analyse and authenticate information in terms of its appropriatness and usefulness

I5: Verifies accuracy of information collected from various sources

I6: Critically detecting bias and incomplete information

I7: Employs a strategy for notetaking – such as ‘Evernote’, ‘Zotero’ or another web / digital based notetaking application ensuring information is collected
consistently and accurately

I8: Cites and records all references accurately using the Shore Bibliographic Guidellines (7-9) or (10 -12)

I9: Reflects reviews the task in terms of gathering and utilising information.

Information %
Fluency
Creativity Fluency Snapshot: Adding meaning through presentation, design, art and storytelling. Purposeful innovative design from
function
To product.
Identify
Inspire
Interpolate
Imagine 1 2 3 4 5
Inspect

C1: Defines the requirements of the task – for outcome and purpose

C2: Identifies the audience – considers their needs, preferences and motivations

C3: Creates a set of key words to structure the requirements of the task

C4: References a wide range of media, source materials – for comparing and fostering ideas

C5: Critically reviewing sources for relevancy

C6: Connects various source materials in order to create original products / research

C7:- Demonstrates divergent thinking when considering solutions

C8: Merges creative form with technical function

C9: Reflects and evaluates ideas with task objectives, revising and reconstructing where necessary

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Creativity Fluency
Media Fluency Snapshot: Looking analytically at communication to interpret the real message, evaluate efficacy of the medium and create
Original communications 1 2 3 4 5
Listen
Leverage

M1: Understands how a wide range of media and designs shape opinions and inspire emotions

M2: Considers the audience along with their needs, preferences and motivations

M3: Identifies the intended message in a variety of media

M4: Detects bias, indentifies opinion(s), asseses for accuracy when using media sources.

M5: Critically reviews and adjusts information where required:- Audience, message and purpose.

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Media Fluency
Collaboration Fluency Snapshot:- Teamwork – working collaboratively and co-operatively with virtual and real partners in an online
Environment – solving problems – creating original products / research

Establish
Envision
Engineer
Execute
Examine 1 2 3 4 5

CO1: Able to organise a group / people / data / resources

CO2: Interacts with others in order to generate ideas

CO3: Uses appropriate interpersonal skills using a variety of media and social contexts

CO4: Collaborates across networks using a variety of technologies

CO5: Effectively works as team member

CO6: Handles and manages conflict in a group / team situation

CO7: Reflects and revises the working dynamics of a collaborative group.

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Collaboration Fluency
Global Digital Citizen: Using guiding principles ethics, global citizenship, digital citizenship and personal responsibility.

Personal Responsibility
Global Citizenship
Digital Citizenship
Altruistic Service
Environmental Stewardship
1 2 3 4 5

G1: Acting responsbly in digital and non-digital environments

G2: Consistently respect and protect myself and others

G3: Acknowledge references/ authors/ designers/ co-workers – observing copyright laws

G4: Respect and protect intellectual property and self-published digital media

G5: Accountable and take personal responsibilty for actions online.

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Global Digital Citizenship