Welcome to this webinar on Tuesday 5 March 11:00-12:00 CET (check your timezone) which will be an introduction to Digital literacy.

  • What does it mean to be digitally literate?
  • What skills do we need to develop?
  • Managing your digital identity
  • Freedom with responsibility


Sinéad Whitty is Director of Learning at Faculty of Capacity Development, Ireland. Previously, she was Pedagogy Coordinator at the Department of Medicine in Karolinska Institutet, where she was responsible for the design, development and delivery of online, post-graduate courses. Sinéad has twenty years’ experience teaching face to face, online and blended. She is an advocate for technology that supports good teaching and learning practices. Sinéad may be addicted to ONL, having participated in five previous iterations. She is delighted to faciliate on ONL191.


Jörg Pareigis is Assistant Professor in Business Administration and researcher at CTF, Service Research Center at Karlstad University, Sweden. Besides his research, Jörg is very involved in teaching at the Karlstad Business School, where he is program manager of the International Business program. In addition, he leads the externally funded WISR16 and WISR17 course development projects. The purpose of the projects is to develop open online graduate courses for professionals in the private and public sector based on strategically important research centres at Karlstad University, where he is also working as educational developer.

The webinar will be in Zoom. Make sure you have a webcam and a headset set up before you enter the room. If you have not used Zoom before you can watch this film explaining how to join a meeting. To go to the meeting, click the “Go to event” button to the right. You will however not have to use camera or microphone if you do not specifically want to ask questions outside the chat.


March 5, 2019

11:00-12:00 CET

Please check your timezone.




Links to:

the recorded webinar

the presentation slides

– suggested additional video from David White:
Part 2: Visitors and Residents – Credibility