Digital assignments provide students an opportunity to engage with technology and create media in their coursework. Some examples of digital assignments include
Digital assignments can help students develop digital literacy skills. Digital literacy moves beyond learning specific tools and is about gaining the ability to think critically about technology, create meaningful digital objects, and communicate to a larger community. Integrating digital literacy into courses and the curriculum is important because it ensures that students at the University of Guelph learn how to create digital things in a knowledgeable and ethical way in order to contribute to an ever growing digital society. Through this, students gain opportunities for experiential learning, reflection, and developing employability skills.
The Media Studio can
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