Ask students to choose and analyze one digital literacy framework, individually or as a group. Especially if the group consists of 6 persons, each individual can focus on one dimension of literacy: communication, critical thinking, tech skills, content creation, civics and citizenship, and copyright law. For each framework, evidence needs to be found for each dimension. Then each framework assembles their findings, and generates an overview of their framework. Next, individuals compare the dimensions. The groups can be re-arranged, with one dimension for all of the framework as the basis for the new grouping. The new groups compare their frameworks.