Communication & Collaboration Literacy Checklist Jul 5, 2016By Fiona Handley 0 Comments Posted in: Communication & Collaboration Communication & Collaboration Literacy Checklist Your progress When you have finished exploring the Communication & Collaboration section of the Digital LIteracies Framework and reflected on your level of digital literacy you might want to complete this checklist. You will be sent a copy for your professional development records, and the Centre for Learning and Teaching will also receive a copy to get an idea of how many people are using the site. Blogging I can name 2 benefits of using blogs I know what the blog tool in studentcentral is and the benefits of using it. Emailing I know how to send and receive emails to communicate with colleagues and students I know how to use the tools in my email to help me manage my email inbox I know that I can access my staff email from mobile devices Presenting I know what classroom presentation equipment is available in my commonly used teaching spaces When planning my sessions I always have a back-up plan for if the technology does not work I can apply a theme and add images to a Powerpoint presentation I know two benefits of using Nearpod for presenting Using mobile technologies I can name 3 benefits that using mobile technologies can bring to teaching I know how students could find information during sessions I can name at least one tool for helping student interaction in sessions I know where to find the University 'Switch It On' policy Using social media I can name at least 4 social media I know where to find the University social media policy I know when to use internal social media such as studentcentral's Discussion Board, rather than external social media I can give 1 example of how Twitter can be used in teaching Please enter your name Email Address Please enter your email address. This is where your checklist will be sent to - they will also be sent to the CLT office. From time to time the Centre for Learning and Teaching may contact you about staff development opportunities. Is this okay? Yes that's fine No thanks!