Digital Fluency

Digitally fluent graduates think critically about the information they find, use and generate, developing their ability to use digital platforms to problem-solve, create, collaborate, and communicate.

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Case Studies

Search for 'case study digital' on our resources search page to find University of Liverpool case studies and other resources to help you develop your students’ Digital Fluency.

Case Study Examples

Student video production projects as pedagogic tools

Producing short videos helps students enhance subject knowledge, communication skills and digital fluency.

The use of e-interviews to Support Preparation for Practice in PG and UG Radiotherapy

Preparing students for a digital recruitment process.

Enhancing a School’s Curriculum using Technology: Process and Recommendations

Creating and implementing a TEL strategy to provide new opportunities for learning and teaching.

Mediating Memory - Blog assessment

Students designed and curated a ‘virtual museum’ in the form of a multi-media blog page.

The University of Liverpool Microsoft Teams Champions Series

The University of Liverpool Microsoft Teams Champions Series is a collection of video case studies showcasing the work of a stellar group of committed innovators who have taken part in the 2019-2020 pilot for the adoption of Microsoft Teams for teaching and learning.

Using public-facing online spaces for meaning-making and collaboration

How an extracurricular staff-student blog became a community supporting learning, criticality, and connectedness.

Taking the Pre-Sessional English courses entirely online during a global pandemic

This case study focuses on the development and implementation processes of taking the Pre-Sessional English courses online.