Test Your Digital Literacy Fluency


What You Learn:
Assess your level of digital literacy fluency.
Delivery Method:
Online, at your own pace.
60 minutes.
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  • Do you feel out of the loop when it comes to understanding digital literacy?
  • Do you want to learn how you can improve your fluency in digital literacy to improve your everyday work as a library and information professional?
  • Do you want to learn about digital literacy in a way that is meaningful for everyone, not just those in education?


If you answered ‘YES’ to at least one of these questions then Test Your Digital Literacy Fluency is for you.


Test Your Digital Literacy Fluency recognises that while library and information professionals may assist others in improving their digital literacy skills it is difficult to grasp what digital literacy means and how it can be applied in practice to the everyday work of all library and information professionals.


This course will benefit all library and information professionals who want to be familiar with the essential components of digital literacy and recognise their level of fluency, including how they can improve, in each component.


This course is delivered online and is self-paced.

Learning Outcomes

Engaged learners who complete all the course content and activities will improve their ability to:
  1. Understand how the Test Your Digital Literacy Fluency Blueprint can be used to assess their digital literacy fluency.
  2. Recognise that fluency in digital literacy is a process of development that is dependent on the context of the learner.
  3. Appreciate how the essential elements of digital literacy form a cohesive holistic approach to digital literacy learning.
  4. Determine their fluency level of digital literacy.
  5. Apply what they have learned in the course to improve their digital literacy fluency.

Course Facilitator

Sally PewhairangiWith over 15 years’ library experience, Sally has worked in a range of libraries and through her business, Finding Heroes, is on a mission to encourage more “dare to do different” conversations amongst New Zealand library staff as she believes there is so much we can do together, as individuals, to make our lives easier and of greater relevance to our customers.


Sally has written more than two dozen articles for LIANZA's Library Life and is an Aurora Alumni. Sally has tribal links with Ngāti Porou, Te Aitanga-ā-Māhaki and Whakatōhea.