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  1. […] search for Digital Fluency. A definition that i found to be very interesting is the following: “In a digital context for learning, fluency involves using technologies “readily and strategically to learn, to work, and to play, and the infusion of technology in teaching […]

  2. […] Digital fluency goes beyond being literate. Digital fluency is a combination of digital proficiency, digital literacy, and social competence. Being able to communicate well is the most important part of digital fluency. The difference between digital literacy and digital fluency is that being literate means being able to choose which technologies will work the best, and being fluent means being able to explain why that would be the best technology, and how it should be adapted. (More about digital fluency here.) […]

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