Digital Literacy Workshops
The CDSC offers a series of workshops for WSU students seeking hands-on instruction in the foundations of digital literacy. Facility with digital tools is a fundamental prerequisite for joining any contemporary profession and, as with reading and writing skills, college instructors across the disciplines expect students to arrive on campus with a foundational level of digital literacy. These workshops help all students meet those expectations, regardless of major.

Ethics & Information Use
September 14th, 2016, 3:10-4:30pm
Digital technologies give us unprecedented power to find, manipulate, and share information. But how do we do that responsibly? This workshop will cover issues of information ethics and provide practical tips for responsible information use in everyday situations. Led by Dr. David Squires, Visiting Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities, English Department and Digital Technology and Culture Program.

Registration is not required for this workshop.
Bringing a laptop to work on is encouraged, but not required.

Questions? Please contact David Squires:

Digital Literacy: Finding truth in a Web of Lies
Digital Literacy: Navigating the Library