A Learning Process Model to Enhance Digital Literacy using Critical Inquiry through Digital Storytelling (CIDST)

Siriwatchana Kaeophanuek, Jaitip Na-Songkhla, Prachyanun Nilsook


Digital literacy is important because it is the underpinning influence that sustains an individual’s competent and purposeful use of digital technology in education. Having digital literacy requires more than just the technical ability to operate digital devices properly; it also comprises a variety of skills that are utilized in executing tasks in digital environments, such as information skills, socio-emotional skills, cognitive skills and reproduction skills that the learner needs to master in order to use digital environments effectively. This research aim is to propose a learning process model to enhance digital literacy using critical inquiry through digital storytelling (CIDST). The research methodology was divided into two phases: the first phase involves document analysis and synthesis to develop the learning process model and the second phase involves evaluating the suitable learning model by experts. From the results, we anticipate that our learning process model could be used for reference on the part of teachers planning and implementing instructional activities to enhance the digital literacy of undergraduate students.


Digital literacy; digital storytelling; critical inquiry; learning process

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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