*This credential is only available to current RMIT students
The Collaborating Online 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.
With the rise of the internet the way you present yourself in online platforms is just as important as your face-to-face interactions. This includes participating online to connect with communities that share, build and sustain meaningful content.
To be fully digitally literate, you will not only be a capable, confident consumer of information and technology, but you will also become an active participant as a producer of content.
With today's workplace harnessing technology as a powerful tool for collaboration and communication, employees who are effective with this fundamental digital literacy skill, are valued by employers.
By undertaking this credential, you will learn to connect with online communities using a range of online tools, practising codes of conduct while participating in online forums, engaging professionally and respectfully and applying netiquette during all communications.
- Identify the importance of digital citizenship
- Identify accepted norms of online interaction
- Evaluate online communication practices
- Apply appropriate codes of conduct to online interactions
- Identify and apply good online collaboration practices
- Select appropriate feedback comments and responses
Module 1: Digital citizenship
Module 2: The importance of netiquette
Module 3: Collaborating online
By completing online activities and assessments, the earner of this credential has identified the importance of digital citizenship and good practices of online interactions. Further, they have applied appropriate codes of conduct and selected suitable commentary for online environments.