#fdol141 topic 2 digital literacies @openfdol

Dear friends,

We hope you are all well and have used topic 1 to familiarise yourself with the FDOL course, the different spaces and started making first connections with peers and facilitators. We are pleased that many of you have started using the Google+ community space to introduce yourselves and started sharing current practices and experiences. 

As we are now entering topic 2, it will be useful to reflect on what you have learnt so far and how this relates to your practice. Feel free to do this in our Google+ community and/or your portfolio or personal learning space. Please also feel free to share your group work and portfolios in the Googe+ community and support each other with comments on each others posts.

In topic 2 we will discuss Digital Literacies and how these link to our own practices. Check this out for suggested activities. Remember you can fully contextualise and personalise your learning at any stage of this course.

Please remember, if you learn within a facilitated PBL group, to access your group space in Google + regularly and participate in related activities. If you no longer wish to be part of this group, let the group members and the facilitator know as soon as possible. Your facilitators will have already been in touch regarding group activities and you might have had your first Google hangout already. Let us know if you need further help, ok?

Let’s continue the conversation and start exploring opportunities to learn together!

Remember also our participants’ led Tweetchat brought to you by Sue Beckingham and David Hopkins, this Wednesday from 8-9pm UK time. Further info regarding this please click here.

Google+ is available as an app for iPhone and Android devices so you can participate in conversations on-the-go. Would you like to try this? ;)

We wish you a lovely week and see you online,

The FDOL team

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