Welcome to this webinar on Friday 13 March 13:00-14:00 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

Please watch David’s video on the concept of Visitors and Residents before the webinar.


David White

David White is currently the Head of Digital Learning at the University of the Arts London having stared at the University of the West of England followed by a short period at Oxford. He was recently awarded Principal Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy and is best-known for his idea of understanding individuals motivations to engage online: “Visitors and Residents”. This idea inspired the V&R mapping process which is used around the world by teachers, researchers and staff developers to reflect on, and explore, digital engagement.



Jörg Pareigis is Head of the Centre for Teaching and Learning at Karlstad University, where he is also Assistant Professor in Business Administration and researcher at CTF, Service Research Center. In addition to his role as program manager of the International Business program, 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.


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 13, 2019

13:00-14:00 CET

Please check your timezone.




Links to:

Part 2: Visitors and Residents – Credibility