‘You’ve been frameworked’: evaluating an approach to digital and information literacy at the Open University

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Reedy, Katharine; Goodfellow, Robin;
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This article explores the effectiveness of the Open University’s (OU’s) Digital and information literacy (DIL) framework (Reedy and Goodfellow, 2012) in promoting the integration of digital skills into modules and qualifications - a key strategic priority for the univer... View more
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