“Digital literacy” refers to how well someone is able to understand, manage, and interact with information through digital technologies and has significant ties to your privacy online. Communities with significant digital literacy regarding privacy behave in distinctly different ways in the digital world compared to those without.
How does digital literacy and privacy affect instruction, research and other areas of the academic institution? Join us to explore this big question and some possible answers!
Tuesday, Oct. 3 | 1 to 2 p.m.
Kelvin Smith Library, Room 215
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