LevUL Up is coordinated by the Centre for Transformative Learning (CTL) in collaboration with the Glucksman Library, the Information Technology Division (ITD), and the Educational Assistive Technology Centre (EATC) at UL.
Run in association with the EDTL project
LevUL Up is an informal student digital skills development programme for UL students. It's made up of 2 parts for Spring 2022, a Digital Skills Awareness Course (joinable site on Sulis) plus a calendar of Live Online Workshops focusing on a range of digital skills and literacies.
The Digital Skills Awareness Course will be available to access from academic week 4 onward, for the duration of the semester. For those who score 100% on all four end-of-unit quizzes on the course, they can apply for the LevUL Up: Digitally Aware digital badge. Further information is available on the Sulis site.
Live online workshops will run over a 3 week period between academic weeks 4-6 (Monday February 14th until Friday March 4th). Workshops will be delivered by both staff and students. Workshop recordings will be taken and made available afterwards. Some workshops will run once, other will be repeated on a few occasions.
You need to register to attend LevUL Up workshops, please see registration link below.
DigComp is the abbreviation for the European Digital Competence Framework for Citizens. It identifies key elements of digital competence and skill development in 5 areas. Each area comprises its own set of related digital competences. Overall, there are 21 digital competences identified across all 5 areas. Click on the tiles below to learn more about DigComp and to find associated workshop recordings, resources, and current live online workshops this semester, related and mapped to the competences in DigComp.