AAEEBL Digital Ethics Principles: version 1

Principle 3, Scenario 2

You are a non-traditional student, returning to college after many years. Your educator requires you to compose an ePortfolio, which requires the ability to create and add content in digital spaces. They acknowledge that not all of their students may have the necessary digital literacy skills to do so and perform a quick assessment at the beginning of the program, offering direct help and resources where students can self-learn and upskill. 

Your educator works with e-terns, who are students employed by the university to assist students as well as educators with educational technology questions. The e-terns are available to answer your questions throughout the term and make you comfortable gaining necessary digital skills to compose your ePortfolio successfully.

You are grateful for this support because while you use your smartphone and various apps on it on a regular basis to communicate with friends and family, you have not conducted academic work digitally and only just bought a new computer to be able to participate in the online parts of the program, conduct research, and complete assignments electronically.

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