Check out this infographic describing the differences between ICT Capability and Digital Technology. Download the PDF here or view below.
Here’s a blog article that discusses the differences between ICT Capabilities and the Digital Technologies.
This video Digital Technologies skills vs ICT skills covers: What is the place of ICT skills in the curriculum? How does the Digital Technologies curriculum embody a shift in thinking about digital skills?
This video was narrated by Dr James Curran, Academic Director of the Australian Computing Academy and an Associate Professor in the School of Information Technologies, University of Sydney.
This resource aims to demonstrate differences between ICT capabilities and Digital Technologies for assessment purposes. It provides guidance for assessment using three examples across years F-8.
This ACARA webpage provides information about Information and Communication Technology (ICT) capability whereby students learn to use ICT effectively and appropriately to access, create and communicate information and ideas, solve problems and work collaboratively in all learning areas at school and in their lives beyond school.
Click to download the Information and Communication Technology Capability learning continuum.
Download the 2020 Typology of Free Web-based Learning Technologies. The Typology of Free Web-based Learning Technologies (2020) provides educators with a list of 226 technologies arranged into 40 types and 15 clusters that can be used via a browser to promote more productive and interactive learning.