Learning digital fluency is similar to learning how to speak any other new language. A team that can communicate digitally is much more effective and allows for greater flexibility. In this course, Developing Digital Fluency, you’ll learn to effectively communicate with virtual teams in the current worldly landscape. First, you’ll explore digital fluency and a virtual work environment. Next, you’ll discover how to communicate and collaborate with technology. Finally, you’ll learn how to choose and use virtual communication tools. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of digital fluency needed to work effectively in a remote environment.
Jillian Kaplan has a 15+ year background in Engineering, Product Management and Product Marketing at a Verizon and at Dell Technologies. She currently is driving the go to market strategy to help Telco Service Providers build their 5G networks.
Course Overview Hi, everyone. My name is Jillian Kaplan, and welcome to my course, Developing Digital Fluency. I'm a product marketing manager at a large high‑tech company. I have been working remotely in some capacity for over 15 years, so I'm excited to teach you about digital fluency. Learning digital fluency is similar to learning how to speak any other new language. A team that can communicate digitally is much more effective and allows for greater flexibility. Some of the major topics that we will cover include learning why digital fluency is important in both personal and a work environment, what tools error available for communication and how to differentiate between them, how to use the tools provided to you and ensure you are digitally fluent. By the end of this course, you will know how to speak a digital language. And before beginning this course, you should be familiar with the concept of remote work. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn the power of speaking in a digital language with the Developing Digital Fluency course, at Pluralsight.