Digital Health and Wellbeing
*This credential is only available to current RMIT students
The Digital Health and Wellbeing credential sits within the Digital Literacy stack. This stack is designed as a tool to support lifelong learning; to prepare you for living, learning and working in a digital society.
In a world where our personal and professional lives revolve largely around technology, it is not uncommon to become dependent or even addicted to our gadgets. Our growing and, at times, obsessive connectivity can lead to detrimental physical and mental well being, which can have a negative impact on our work productivity and personal lives. When we engage with digital tools in a thoughtful, controlled and balanced manner, our relationship with technology can be enriching and empowering.
The digital health and wellbeing credential will demonstrate that you recognise the key challenges to personal wellbeing which includes privacy and safety, and can apply strategies on how to create a more balanced and productive personal and professional life.
Skills and learning outcomes
- Identify and participate in digital learning opportunities
- Use digital tools to organise and plan learning activities
- Use digital tools to record learning events for self-analysis, reflection and to showcase achievements
- Monitor learning progress, and manage time and tasks
- Participate in digital assessment and receive digital feedback
- A learning mindset
- Identifying digital learning opportunities and networks
- Using digital tools to pursue personal learning goals and participate in digital learning activities
- Using learning apps to record learning events for self-analysis and to showcase achievements
How does it work ?
This credential demonstrates that you are able to:
- Recognise how participating in a digital environment can have both positive and negative effects on individuals (includes physical and mental)
- Practice how to balance your use of digital technologies
- Apply strategies for the healthy and productive use of digital environments