The essential skill of digital literacy

In today’s fast paced digital world, businesses rely on technology not only to compete but to survive. This makes digital literacy essential for any professional. Achieving it involves more than simply using digital tools but being able to evaluate digital resources to improve performance, create and manage data and collaborate in virtual environments.

Why earn a credential in digital literacy?

With digital literacy set to become as important as reading and writing, a formal qualification proves your commitment to this essential skill. The Digital literacy credential will:

Depending on which level you achieve the credential in, it could lead to credit towards a post-graduate qualification at Deakin.


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Digital literacy

Bachelor-aligned

To earn the Digital literacy Bachelor-aligned credential, you will need to demonstrate that you:

  • Use appropriate technology to access, sort and evaluate information
  • Research and are familiar with a range of emerging technologies and their potential impact on work activities within your team
  • Promote technology adoption within your team to achieve goals
  • Apply digital information and data management principles

To learn more about this level, please download the Bachelor-aligned guide

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Digital literacy

Pre Masters-aligned

To earn the Digital literacy Pre Masters-aligned credential, you will need to demonstrate that you:

  • Collaborate and work across diverse groups in virtual environments
  • Identify and evaluate reliable digital information sources related to operational decision making
  • Monitor and assure team adherence to technology usage policies

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Digital literacy

Masters-aligned

To earn the Digital literacy Masters-aligned credential, you will need to demonstrate that you:

  • Ensure personal and group adherence to technology usage practices and policies
  • Research and report digital technology trends that could affect business models
  • Monitor and evaluate organisational benefits from implementing new digital technologies

To learn more about this level, please download the Masters-aligned guide

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"My credential certifies what I can offer to anyone interested in collaborating. It's a legitimate form of evidence that’s requested by many companies during the selection process."

Samuel Lopez-Lago Ortiz
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