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Course Overview

Digital Technologies - Level 3This course focuses on the basic tools needed to live in a digitised, computerised and programmable world.  Fluency in Digital Technologies enables students to make informed decisions as they live in a digital world. This course includes learning in:
  • Digital Information
  • Digital Media
  • Digital Design
Software and/or topics covered may include:
  • Digital publishing/XML
  • Web development using HTML and CSS
  • Digital image manipulation using Photoshop
  • Conceptual designs/Functional modelling.
HomeworkIt is important that students undertaking this course of study are prepared to complete work in their own time using the Ultranet learning management system and Google Drive.Stationery Requirements 4GB USB stickStudents are expected to file all printed material or hand-outs in a well organised folder. All work is to be securely backed up.Course EndorsementsStudents can gain an endorsement from this Digital Technologies course where they achieve both of the following criteria in a single college year:
  • 14 or more credits at Merit or Excellence
  • and at least 3 credits at Merit or Excellence from externally assessed standards and 3 credits at Merit or Excellence from internally assessed standards.