If you missed this workshop, or would like to watch the video recording, please find it below:

About this workshop

Students enter the University with a range of digital capabilities. Socio-economic status, exposure to technology, and educational experiences all contribute to their digital capabilities and expectations of how these capabilities will be developed during their studies. While digital literacy is a threshold requirement for employment, academics need to focus on discipline-specific knowledge and conceptual understanding in their curriculum to equip students for their future professions. This workshop will explore ways academics can embed digital literacy into courses in a way that meets both program requirements and develops generic graduate attributes through the use of existing UQ Digital Essential modules.


Dr Christine Slade, Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation
Kathleen Smeaton, Library
Dr Jack Wang, School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences

Who should attend?

  • Academic staff

Benefits of attending 

  • Develop an understanding of current digital practices at UQ.
  • Participate in the opportunity to shape future digital literacy resources.
  • Work in collaboration across disciplines and programs.

About Teaching and Learning Week 2019

The 2019 UQ Teaching & Learning Week ran from Monday 28 October to Friday 1 November 2019. The series of workshops, panels, and other interactive sessions highlighted our excellent teachers and tutors, initiatives, and T&L leaders around the theme of 'Creativity'. 

View the 2019 program (PDF, 108KB) or watch available video recordings (for the sessions that were recorded).

Go to the T&L Week landing page


Learning Innovation Building (17), St Lucia