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State University of New York

Applied Digital Literacy

State University of New York via Coursera Specialization


This Specialization is intended for anyone seeking to develop online, internet researching skills along with advanced knowledge of multimedia for the creation of digital objects such as presentations, infographics, posters, commercials, podcasts, and movies. Through these three courses, learners will cover how to identify their information need, understand which tools to use when fulfilling that need, employ advanced search techniques and tools in various types of information platforms (databases, websites, government repositories, and libraries to name a few), and how to organize the information they find using open data management tools like Endnote and Zotero. In addition, learners explore not only finding and ethically using multimedia but also how to create visually compelling digital artifacts for their personal and professional use. All of these skills will prepare them to conduct effective research (business, academic, and personal) and present it to appropriate audiences using aesthetically impactful media. In addition to earning a certificate from Coursera for each course and for the specialization, you'll also receive a Micro-Credential Digital Badge from the University at Buffalo, the State University of New York recognizing your accomplishment. Use your verified digital badge to promote your achievement online, and access job insights related to your new skills.


Course 1: Basic Information Literacy
- Offered by The State University of New York. Learn how to begin tackling a big project or presentation. Join today and equip yourself with ... Enroll for free.

Course 2: Advanced Information Literacy
- Offered by The State University of New York. This course is designed to build upon a learner's search skills and expertise in the ... Enroll for free.

Course 3: Digital Information Literacy
- Offered by The State University of New York. A Digital Artifact is an object that represents one’s learning. In today’s changing educational ... Enroll for free.

Taught by

Bryan Sajecki, Cynthia A. Tysick, Jocelyn Swick-Jemison and Nicole Thomas


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