Although this book is aimed squarely at teachers in Further Education, I think it would be a useful resource for school teachers too, and even university lecturers. There are many references to the Digitally Literate FE and Skills Teacher Framework, which are, of course, extremely useful if you happen to be an FE or skills teacher. But even if you are not, this book is worth having, not least because it is bang up to date, with sections on MOOCs, copyright, cyberbullying and critical reading.
If you have a team comprising staff who are not as steeped in these subjects as you are, or if you sometimes need a handy reference, this book is definitely worth buying.
You can buy the book from here: Digital Literacy Skills for FE Teachers. Please note that that is an Amazon affiliate link, and that the book was sent to me to review.
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