"...the GLACC committee’s criteria for approval are based on clear evidence including a syllabus, readings (if the course has a digital theme), sample assignments/activities, and assessment criteria that demonstrate:
Technical Competencies: List the digital tools students will learn to use. Why have you chosen these tools for your course? In addition, show how this course is marked by a significant engagement with digital tools, as reflected in the syllabus, activities/assignments and, if the course’s theme is digital, in the readings.
Critical Approach: How will students be encouraged to adopt a reflexive, critical, and/or ethical attitude towards the digital space? For example, will they be led to reflect on the constructed nature of digital information, ethical considerations vis-a-vis digital citizenship, etc.. "
Although last updated in 2017, this is a wonderful list.
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All tools are free, or have a free version, unless specifically mentioned.