FREE MICROCREDENTIAL COURSE AVAILABLE TO ALL CURRENT BOND STUDENTS AND STAFF
What is your digital footprint? Can you spot fake news? Know the difference between augmented and virtual reality? Want to be more confident in your everyday digital life?
11 ½ Things for Digital Literacy is a self-paced, online microcredential that allows you to experience new tools, technologies and ways of thinking about the digital environment. It is exclusively available free of charge to all Bond students and staff.
Made up of highly interactive and thought-provoking modules and activities, the course will allow you to explore several different Things including;
- Digital Security
- Digital Footprints
- Diversity and Accessibility
- Digital Citizenship
- Augmented and Virtual Reality
Yes! This course is designed for anyone who has any digital presence in their everyday life, such as social media, the internet, computers and phones, and is keen to develop their digital intelligence.
Each module should take no more then 20 minutes and there are 12 modules in total. Modules can be completed one at a time so there no need to complete the course in one go!
The course is designed to improve your understanding of all digital landscapes, and build on your digital intelligence. No matter what position you work in at Bond, the course will help broaden your current knowledge and will benefit you both in your working environment and in your personal digital environment.
Yes! You will be able to download a certificate from My Dashboard in the Learner Portal receive a certificate upon completion of the course.
Any current Bond student or Bond staff member.
Ready to start? Follow these simple steps
1. Click 'start now' below to go to the course on the Bond University Learner Portal.
2. When signing in, select Bond SSO (single sign-on) and enter your Bond credentials.
3. Once enrolled, the course will appear under the “My Dashboard” tab.
Download our step by step guide for further instructions.
If you have any problems accessing the module, please email [email protected].