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Digital Literacy: Collaborate and Share in Digital Spaces

The current digital environment requires that we develop strategies to collaborate and share content effectively online, be it for academic, personal or professional purposes. Understanding netiquette; being able to collaborate with classmates or work colleagues in online spaces; and being aware of the risks attached to sharing information and data online are required knowledge for academic and professional success. Under this cability we are focusing on the following skills:

  • Studying and working in digital teams.
  • Sharing information and data on digital platforms.

Library Resources for Collaborating and Sharing in Digital Spaces

The Library has created a number of resources with tips and guidance on working in collaborative online spaces. These are some of the core resources:


  Understanding Your Academic Online Identity: This interactive tutorial provides tips on collaborating in academic group projects online

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