A major piece of work being undertaken within the Fellowship is a literature review of recent, and not so recent, publications in the area of digital literacy. These are gathered together here. We hope you find this a useful resource.

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Belshaw, D. (2012). What is 'digital literacy?' A pragmatic investigation. PhD thesis. Durham University.

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Burton, L. J., Summers, J., Lawrence, J., Noble, K., & Gibbings, P. (2015). Digital literacy in higher education: The rhetoric and the reality. In M. K. Harmes, H. Huijser, & P. A. Danaher (Eds.) Myths in education, learning and teaching: Policies, practices and principles (pp. 151-172). Basingstoke, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.

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Charlton, E. (2019, February 12). The results of Finland’s basic income experiment are in. Is it working? World Economic Forum. Retrieved from

Chase, Z. & Laufenberg, D. (2011). Embracing the squishiness of digital literacy. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy. 54(7), 535-537. DOI:10.1598/JAAL.54.7.7

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Coldwell-Neilson, J. & Cooper, T. (2019). Digital literacy meets industry 4.0. In Higgs, J. Letts, W. & Crisp, G. (Eds.) Education for employability (Volume 2): learning for future possibilities. Brill Sense. Leiden, Boston. pp. 37-50

Coldwell-Neilson, J. (2013). Managing Expectations: a changing landscape. In McKay, E. (Ed.) EPedagogy in Online Learning: New Developments in Web Mediated Human Computer Interaction. Chapter 1, 1-17 IGI Global.

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Coldwell-Neilson, J. (2017). Assumed digital literacy knowledge by Australian universities: Are students informed? Proceedings of the 19th Australasian Computing Education Conference, ACE 2017 (pp. 75-80). Association for Computing Machinery: New York, NY, USA.

Coldwell-Neilson, J. (2017). Digital literacy – A driver for curriculum transformation. In R. G. Walker & S. B. Bedford (Eds.), Research and development in higher education: Curriculum transformation (Vol. 40, pp. 84-94). Sydney, Australia: HERDSA.

Coldwell-Neilson, J. (2018). Digital Literacy expectations in Higher Education. Proceedings of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, ASCILITE '18 25-28 November (pp. 103-112). In M. Campbell, J. Willems, C. Adachi, D. Blake, I. Doherty, S. Krishnan, S. Macfarlane, L. Ngo, M. O'Donnell, S. Palmer, L. Riddell, I. Story, H. Suri & J. Tai (eds), Geelong, Australia. Retrieved from content/uploads/2018/12/ASCILITE-2018-Proceedings-Final.pdf

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Coldwell-Neilson, J., Armitage, J. A., Wood-Bradley, R. J., Kelly, B., & Gentle, A. (2019). Implications of updating digital literacy – A case study in an optometric curriculum. Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology, 16, 33-49.

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Cooper, T. & Scriven, R. (2017). Communities of inquiry in curriculum approach to online learning: Strengths and limitations in context. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 33(4), 22-37. DOI:

Cooper, T. (2019). Calling out ‘alternative facts’: Curriculum to develop students’ capacity to engage critically with contradictory sources. Teaching in Higher Education, 24(3), 444-459.

Cooper, T. Tierney, H. Brooker, M. R. & Sutcliffe, J. (In review, for publication 2020) Theorisation, Models of Youth Work and Digital Technologies: Opportunities and Challenges. In Zeinab Zaremohzzabieh, Seyedali Ahrari, Steven Eric Krauss, Asnarulkhadi Abu Samah, & Siti Zobidah Omar (eds.) The Handbook of Research on Youth Work in a Digital Society, Hershey, USA: IGI Global

Coulthard Barnes & Perpetual Guardian (2019). White paper - The four day week: Guidelines for an outcome-based trial - Raising productivity and engagement. Auckland, New Zealand, 4 Day Week Global Ltd.

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DTeach (2019). Redefining Digital Literacy – Jo Coldwell-Neilson & Kat Cain. Deakin University. Available from:

ECDL (2014). The Fallacy of the Digital Native: Why Young People Need to Develop their Digital Skills. European Computer Driver’s Licence Foundation.'DigitalNative'PositionPaper1.pdf

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Ferrari, A. (2013). DIGCOMP: A Framework for Developing and Understanding Digital Competence in Europe. European Commission: Joint Research Centre Institute for Prospective Technological Studies.

Ford, G. Compton, M. Millett, G. & Tzortzis, A. (2017). The role of digital disruption in healthcare service innovation. In M. Pfannstiel, & C. Rasche (Eds.), Service business model innovation in healthcare and hospital management (pp 57-70). Springer, Cham.

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FYA. (2016). The new basics: Big data reveals the skills young people need for the New Work Order. FYA’s New Work Order report series. Retrieved from new-basics/

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Gallagher, S & Garrett, G (2013). Disruptive Education: Technology-Enabled Universities. Australian Policy. Retrieved January 20, 2017, from

Gallardo-Echenique, E. E., de Olibeira, J. M., Marqués-Molias, L., & Esteve-Mon, F. (2015). Digital competence in the knowledge society. MERLOT Journal of Online Learning & Teaching, 11, 1-16. Retrieved from

Gay, A. (2019). How digital literacy affects the modern workforce. Adobe Blog. Retrieved from

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Hagel, P. (2015). Towards an understanding of ‘Digital Literacy(ies). Discourse: Deakin

Hajkowicz, S., Reeson, A., Rudd, L., Alexandra Bratanova, A., Hodgers, L., Mason, C., & Boughen, N. (2016). Tomorrow’s digitally enabled workforce: Megatrends and scenarios for jobs and employment in Australia over the coming twenty years. Brisbane, Australia: CSIRO.

Hamilton, M., Carbone, A., Gonsalvez, C. & Jollands, M. (2015), Breakfast with ICT Employers: What do they want to see in our graduates? Proceedings of the 17th Australasian Computing Education Conference (ACE 2015), Sydney, 27-30 Jan.

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