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Use face-to-face and digital tools to develop your capacity to lead and inspire others! 

 

To complete the University of Rhode Island's Graduate Certificate in Digital Literacy, register for the Summer Institute in Digital Literacy for graduate credit. Then take two fully-online courses in digital literacy during the Fall and Spring semester, and then complete the certificate by enrolling in Tier 2, Leading with Digital Literacy, taught by Charlie Coiro. The total program cost for the Graduate Certificate in digital literacy is $6,710. These graduate-level courses can transfer into any graduate program and are fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.

 

This 12-credit blended learning program offers busy professionals the opportunity to develop expertise in digital literacy education to advance career and professional leadership competencies. 

 

GRADUATE COURSEWORK 

Along with the Summer Institute Tier 1 and Tier 2 programs, these two fully-online courses

enable you to complete the 12-credit Graduate Certificate Program in Digital Literacy

in just one year.

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DIGITAL LEARNING

Fall 2021

A fully online class with Julie Coiro

TUITION FEE:

$2205

DIGITAL AUTHORSHIP

SPRING 2022

A fully online class with Renee Hobbs

TUITION FEE:

$2205

 

TIER 2

LEADING

WITH DIGITAL LITERACY

JULY 11 - 16, 2021

For those of you who have completed the Summer Institute in Digital Literacy, you can enroll in this intensive, fully-online six-day course, taught by Charlie Coiro. It uses project-based inquiry where participants use a variety of digital tools while creating a project management plan for integrating digital literacy in the workplace. 

 

Participants explore topics related to Kouzes and Posner’s Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership. Learn how leadership competencies intersect with online reading, media literacy, critical thinking across the curriculum, and new forms of authorship, composition, collaboration, and sharing.