Living in a Digital World: Skills & Tools
|Author:||Kai Obermüller, TH Lübeck|
|Offering University:||Technical University Lübeck|
|Field of Knowledge:||Preparation Courses||Free of Charge|
|Average Workload:||30 Hours||Free of Charge||Enrol|
What can you learn in this course?
After completing this course you will be able to:
- reflect upon the scope of digital literacy relevant for successful studies
- name and describe different operating systems (e.g. MAC vs. Microsoft)
- name different Internet browsers and choose a browser that best caters your needs
- use your browsers effectively (organizing bookmarks, saving passwords, adapt settings to your needs)
- explain the differences between data formats (pdf, jpg, gif, tiff)
- create a folder and data-system in order to manage and store your data
- choose from different programs (MS Office, Google Docs) in order to act upon your goals
- create digital products like emails, documents and slides / presentations
- select from different ways to transfer data from A to B (Appendix in Email, Dropbox, Wetransfer)
- Welcome and Introduction
- Operating Systems
- File Storage
- Emails and Web Interfaces
- Google Tools
Hello, I'm Kai!
I studied mathematics and chemistry as a teacher and
currently work as a freelance writer. MOOCs have occupied me for more
than five years, at that time mainly as a participant. For two years now
I have also been creating courses on oncampus,
among others for Kiron University.
I would say that I live very digitally - my smartphone and my computer are almost rooted in me. Even as a teenager I gave computer courses for interested people - at a time when computers had to be connected with coaxial cables. (If you don't know that any more, that was really a long time ago!) Today it's my concern to convey to my students that this world out there also has a digital level.
Confirmation of participation
In this course, you can earn Badges and Training certificate.