Being digitally literate requires much more than being skilled in using digital technologies. Digital literacies are about being digitally minded in study, work and life and, like academic literacies more generally, are integral to today’s learning landscape. This chapter charts the digital literacies discourse since it emerged in the early 2000s and then reviews contemporary understandings. It concludes by summarising digital literacies as a dimension of the lifewide hybrid learning space.
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