Digital Literacy 2.0

Course Description

A multidisciplinary course about knowledge management in the 21st Century: tools, acquisition, evaluation, synthesis, formatting, presentation, and sharing. Essential digital skills to participate in the collaborative learning, work, and social environments of Web 2.0.

Learning Outcomes

  • Discover information through the use of digital tools.
  • Critically evaluate information for accuracy, bias, and reliability by reporting the results of an Internet quest.
  • Produce a rich media digital project.
  • Develop and maintain a profile on a social networking site.
  • Compare Web 2.0 resources (blogs, wikis, and social networking sites), by identifying their relevance, utility, and message factors.
  • Create proper in-text citations and bibliographic references in APA and MLA styles, using online source materials.
  • Apply copyright laws for using and repurposing digital content.


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We’re proud to be a Veteran-founded, San Diego-based nonprofit. Since 1971, our mission has been to provide accessible, achievable higher education to adult learners. Today, we educate students from across the U.S. and around the globe, with over 230,000 alumni worldwide.

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Study when and where it’s convenient for you with evening, weekend, and 100% online classes.

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Apply or transfer any time. Classes start monthly, and applications are accepted year round.

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Jackson M., Class of 2021, Military Veteran