This was the session I proposed and moderated at ThatCamp Philadelphia 2014.
So much automation today...students do not learn to code, html, like a lot of us did back in the day.
What is the library's role?
Who is responsible for technology skills, students, or colleges?
Students are often scared to break something, so do not try to fix things because K-12 is so punishing of mistakes.
How can we make basic digital skills something worth learning?
Tell students to look for answers on Youtube.
What about a forum on Blackboard for students to help each other with technical problems?
What about a distance education scavenger hunt?
Is this an institutional issue or a student issue?
Many of these issues could be resolved at orientation, but it is not mandatory at many schools.
Make a list of resources for help on Blackboard for technology problems.
How do we support students after disasters?
Why aren't there tests to see if students are ready for technology requirements?