It’s the last day of term at LSE today, so I thought it would be great to look back on the SADL programme and our progress since the start of term. It was a lovely, warm start to the year in late September sunshine that we set out to recruit our Student Ambassadors for Digital Literacy for 2015-16. For […]
Workshop 1 was a great start to the programme as it provided a mixture of both an introduction to the programme and useful digital tips that we can apply in our studies.
The workshop began with introductions. We first introduced ourselves and rated how confident we felt with our digital skills. This allowed us to learn more about the backgrounds […]
As a first year, I was intimidated by the massive reading list we were given at the beginning of the year. I was also confused by the many digital platforms used at LSE. As a new university student it can be hard to deal with the hundreds of thousands and even millions search results.
The first SADL workshop made it […]
With the advent of technology in institutes of higher education, there is a need for all students to be familiar with digital literacy concepts for them to succeed in their academic pursuits. While technology has made it easier for us to source for information, the workshop has underscored the importance of efficiently perusing for relevant information while discerning its […]
It was great to meet the new student ambassadors for digital literacy in last week’s first workshop. We ran the session three times to give all the 37 undergraduate students who have signed up from Statistics, Social Policy, International Relations and Law a chance to attend. I was lucky enough to run two of the workshops with colleagues, Andra and […]
The SADL project for 2014/15 kicked off last week, and it was fantastic to meet our new Ambassadors for the first time. It was great to see so many enthusiastic undergraduates eager to spread digital literacy skills to their peers throughout the school and beyond.
Like last year, this year’s project is an opportunity to learn about the skills LSE undergraduates […]