Digital fluency

Next, explain why you selected this specific scenario.Applying Technical ProficiencyIn a minimum of two well-developed paragraphs, describe the technical proficiency required for this task. In these paragraphs, identify the best digital tool that will accomplish the task in the scenario.  Next, explain your reasons for choosing this tool. Finally, discuss two (2) benefits and two (2) challenges to using this technology tool for this scenario.                                                      Applying Digital LiteracyIn a minimum of two well-developed paragraphs, explain the digital literacy required to address the task in the scenario. In these paragraphs, explain what steps you would take to verify the trustworthiness of any material (content, images, videos, etc.) you would need to complete the task in this scenario. Then, identify the social media site you would select to invite reflection from your audience (anyone who may have viewed, participated in, or were aware of your task). Next, explain why you selected this social media site. Lastly, describe a minimum of two safety, privacy, or security issues that should be considered when using social media.  Applying Social CompetenceIn a minimum of two well-developed paragraphs, explain the social competence required to address the task in the scenario. In these paragraphs, explain what you should consider to ensure that your audience feels included, represented, and respected. After that, identify possible biases to be aware of when selecting resources such as images or content. Finally, discuss potential accessibility issues that may arise when using the digital tool you selected for this scenario.  ConclusionIn your conclusion paragraph, describe what you have learned from applying the process of digital fluency in this scenario. Identify two key takeaways from thinking through this process. Finally, explain how this will inform your application of digital fluency to tasks in the future. References Author’s Last Name, Initials. (Publication Date). Title of webpage. Title of website. http:// **Only include a reference citation if you cited a source. If nothing was cited, delete this References page. For help formatting your reference page, please see the UAGC Writing Center’s Formatting Your References List page. Be sure that each source you’ve used has both an in-text citation and a references list citation.