This resource was developed with funding from the ACFE Board (a Capacity & Innovation Project).
Digital literacy for mobile phones: Resource Kit is a free kit introducing students to digital literacy. Based on the most commonly owned mobile device – the mobile phone, this resource aims to develop initial and transferrable digital literacy skills, alongside critical literacy and language skills in culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) adult learners.
It can also be used with students in adult ESL/Access Education/VET and foundation skills to provide a bridge for accessing further digital and computer skills.
The Digital Literacy for Mobile Phones kit comprises
The resource is modular in design and the five modules each consist of separate teacher notes and student worksheets (except for module 1 which has no student worksheets). You can use any or all of the five modules how and when you wish. It is a good idea to commence with Module 1 to help build word and concept banks.
Suitable for adult ESL/Access Education/VET and foundation skills ISLPR 1 and above
Writers: Lilliana Hajncl and Dora Troupiotis
The resources can be downloaded from
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