Digital literacy is the ability to use digital technologies at an adequate level for creation, communication, collaboration, and information search and evaluation in a digital society. It involves the development of knowledge and skills for using digital devices and tools for specific purposes.Elements of digital literacy: Information search and evaluation; Creation; Communication; Collaboration; Online safety
Digital Literacy Questionnaire
Digital Literacy Questionnaire - Language Learners (DLQ-LL)
Digital Literacy Questionnaire - Language Teachers (DLQ-LT)
◦ Son, J.-B., & Park, S.-S. (2015, November). Digital literacy: EAP students' awareness and use of digital technologies. Paper presented at the Globalization and Localization in CALL (GLoCALL) 2015 Conference, Pai Chai University, Daejeon, Korea.
◦ Son, J.-B., & Park, M. (2016, June). Digital literacy: A case of Japanese EFL students. Paper presented at the Japan Association for Language Teaching, Computer-Assisted Language Learning (JALTCALL) 2016 Conference, Tamagawa University, Tokyo, Japan.
◦ Son, J.-B., Park, S.-S., & Park, M. (2017). Digital literacy of language learners in two different contexts. The JALTCALL Journal, 13(2), 77-96. Retrieved from http://journal.jaltcall.org/articles/13_2_Son.pdf
|Researcher: Jeong-Bae Son
First created: 15 July 2015
Last updated: 27 December 2017