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IC3 Digital Literacy GS6 Level 2 Framework


Standard Description
1.1.1 Configure device settings to meet individual needs and preferences Lessons
1.1.2 Configure browser settings to meet individual needs and preferences Lessons
1.2.1 Create appointments or tasks on a personal digital calendar Lessons
1.2.2 Share a personal digital calendar with others Lessons
1.2.3 Display specific information on your personal calendar Lessons
1.3.1 Describe automation methods Lessons
1.3.2 Describe cloud computing Lessons
1.3.3 Describe and understand the use of autocorrect functions Lessons
1.3.4 Describe and understand the use of autocomplete functions Lessons
1.4.1 Identify and explain common sound setting adjustments Lessons
1.4.2 Identify and explain monitor brightness and contrast controls Lessons
1.5.1 Distinguish between laser and inkjet printers Lessons
1.5.2 Confirm a successful connection to a printer Lessons
1.5.3 Select a default printer Lessons
1.6.1 Define processing devices Lessons
1.6.2 Distinguish between categories of data cables and connectors Lessons
2.1.1 Differentiate between personal and professional digital identities Lessons
2.1.2 Manage multiple site credentials Lessons
2.2.1 Implement situational digital etiquette standards Lessons
2.2.2 Determine the appropriate time to send a communication Lessons
2.2.3 Describe digital etiquette standards for content Lessons
2.2.4 Display sensitivity to cultural diversity Lessons
2.3.1 Be aware of technological advancements Lessons
2.3.2 Use help features and community resources Lessons
2.3.3 Seek feedback that informs and improves your learning Lessons
3.1.1 Understand key search terms Lessons
3.1.2 Demonstrate how to filter search results Lessons
3.2.1 Assess the accuracy of a search result or digital artifact Lessons
3.2.2 Assess the perspective of a search result or digital artifact Lessons
3.2.3 Assess the bias of a search result or digital artifact Lessons
3.2.4 Determine the credibility of a search result or digital artifact Lessons
3.2.5 Assess the relevance of a search result or digital artifact Lessons
3.3.1 Explain methods of collecting digital data and responses Lessons
3.3.2 Explain and interact with central data storage systems Lessons
3.3.3 Fill out online forms Lessons
4.1.1 Prepare structured documents Lessons
4.1.2 Prepare presentations Lessons
4.1.3 Prepare basic Workbooks Lessons
4.1.4 Perform basic image editing Lessons
4.1.5 Describe basic video-editing techniques Lessons
4.1.6 Display proficient keyboarding skills Lessons
4.1.7 Track changes in a document Lessons
4.1.8 Use common shortcuts Lessons
4.2.1 Organize, store, and retrieve data and content Lessons
4.2.2 Explain benefits and methods of compressing files Lessons
4.2.3 Explain and identify ownership of data in various storage locations Lessons
4.2.4 Distinguish between read-only and read-write files Lessons
4.2.5 Implement password protection Lessons
4.2.6 Explain file versioning concepts Lessons
4.3.1 Understand the rights and obligations of using or sharing intellectual property Lessons
4.3.2 Unify design elements by using design themes and artistic styles Lessons
4.4.1 Determine how to customize information for a given audience Lessons
4.4.2 Determine the file format that will work for a given user Lessons
5.1.1 Choose appropriate communication platforms and tools Lessons
5.1.2 Compose email messages Lessons
5.1.3 Interact with members of a digital community Lessons
5.1.4 Use online resources to determine availability of community services Lessons