Key to Information Treasure in Digital World
Education, as in every field, is rapidly becoming digital with each passing day. Students cannot access correct and necessary information and cannot use the existing possibilities of digital information literacy in their homework and thesis. Most of these students are not aware that they have all the information resources on their mobile phones in their hands.
The principal goal of the project is to design an innovative, guiding and competitive curriculum corresponding to present day digital information literacy and to design an e-learning course for university students.
1-PPR1: Project Website “AN OPEN ONLINE EDUCATION SYSTEM-DIGI-KEY to create a digital World”. This open / online / digital education - Massive Open On-line Course (MOOC) website will be open to all schools that will teach digital information literacy in internet use course in their schools. All digital education and training materials of the project will be uploaded and upgradeable.
2-PPR2: Course / curriculum – Design and development –DIGI-KEY: Creating education modules and course curricula in order to teach students' information literacy in digital environment.
3- PPR3: Mobile APPLICATION for mobile phones: DIGI-KEY- APPLICATION will be free to be downloaded on the mobile phones of students and of the other target groups so that they can reach all kinds of teaching and training programs through the web portals and follow the distant education programs for students and for other interested persons.
4- PPR4: A general DIGI-KEY-BOOK for distance education will be prepared in print and digitally and this book will contain all the outputs that will be produced during the project lifetime.
Reference number: KA220-HED-FDDC22BA
Title: DIGI-KEY (Key to Information Treasure in Digital World)
Trakiyski Universitet, Bulgaria (coordinator)
Canakkale Onsekiz Mart Universitesi, Turkey
Aydin Adnan Menderes Universitesi, Turkey
Information Literacy Association (InLitAs), France
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.