Themes of JeLit

justifying eLiteracy
  • necessity of gaining eLiteracy
  • value-addition offered
  • educational, vocational, personal justifications
defining eLiteracy
  • elements of eLiteracy
  • measuring eLiteracy
  • identifying progression
eLiteracy and learning
  • eLiteracy and models of learning
  • enabling students to use learning environment
  • relation to disciplines
  • relation to key skills
eLiteracy and e-Learning
  • supporting student use of VLEs & MLEs
  • empowering e-Learners
  • models of eLearning
strategic role of eLiteracy
  • adopting eLiteracy as a strategic objective
  • planning eLiteracy provision
  • identifying potential value-addition
  • allocating resource for eLiteracy
delivering eLiteracy
  • models of delivery: face-to-face, online, blended, etc.
  • variety of programme types: central, embedded, etc.
  • resources for delivery: materials, people, infrastructures
  • assessment issues
  • issues of cost and economy
accrediting eLiteracy
  • advantages of accreditation
  • models of accreditation
  • varieties of accreditation: internal/local/national/international
  • credit transfer/mapping/exemption issues
acculturating eLiteracy
  • eLiteracy as element of learning cultures
  • eLiteracy and discipline cultures
  • eLiteracy and vocational/professional cultures
  • eLiteracy and the culture of social groups
  • eLiteracy sustaining communities of practice
accessing eLiteracy
  • ensuring eLiteracy access for all
  • provision for special needs/disability
  • eLiteracy and gender issues
  • eLiteracy in the community
eLiteracy and politics
  • the digital divide
  • eLiteracy and the political order
eLiteracy and transitions
  • primary and secondary education
  • further and higher education
  • lifelong learning
  • senior citizens
eLiteracy and work
  • eLiteracy and employability
  • eLiteracy in apprenticeship
  • eLiteracy and continuing professional development
eLiteracy in context
  • globalisation of education
  • massification of higher education
  • convergence of IT and library services
ethics of eLiteracy
  • eLiteracy and personal choice
  • alternatives to eLiteracy