|California ICT Digital Literacy Assessments and Curriculum Framework
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|BASIC ELEMENTS OF DIGITAL LITERACY
||Knowing about and knowing how to collect and/or retrieve information.
||Search, find, and retrieve information in digital environments.
||Applying an existing organizational or classification scheme.
||Conduct a rudimentary and preliminary organization of accessed information for retrieval and future application.
||Interpreting and representing information - summarizing, comparing, and contrasting.
||Interpret and represent information by using ICT tools to synthesize, summarize, compare, and contrast information from multiple sources.
||Making judgments about the quality, relevance, usefulness, or efficiency of information.
||Judge the currency, appropriateness, and adequacy of information and information sources for a specific purpose (including determining authority, bias, and timelines of materials).
||Generating information by adapting, applying, designing, inventing, or authoring information.
||Adapt, apply, design, or invent information in ICT environments (to describe an event, express an opinion, or support a basic argument, viewpoint or position).
||Communicate information persuasively to meet needs of various audiences through use of an appropriate medium.
||Communicate, adapt, and present information properly in its context (audience, media) in ICT environments and for a peer audience.
|Note: Existing international and national digital literacy frameworks and assessment instruments all share these common elements.