What does 'digital literacies' mean to you?

In order to provide and target essential support it would be helpful to increase understanding of what digital literacies means to staff and students and the specific areas where additional resources to develop them would be useful.

Taking part in this short survey is optional and your responses will be anonymous. If you wish to continue the discussion, please leave your contact details in the relevant box below.

Thank you for your participation.

Sue Watling
Centre for Educational Research and Development.
University of Lincoln.

swatling@lincoln.ac.uk

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* 1. What is your gender?

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* 2. What is your age range?

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* 3. What is your current role at the university?

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* 4. What is your subject area? This can be general as in Art and Design or as specific as the course you are studying or teaching/supporting.

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* 5. What does 'digital literacies' mean to you? Your answer can be as short or as detailed as you wish. Please include how support for developing digital literacies could be included in the curriculum or teacher education and staff development programmes.

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* 6. If you would be interested in having further conversations about digital literacies and how best these can be resourced and supported, please leave your contact details and preferred method of contact e.g. online discussion group, face to face group, interview, telephone call, email etc.

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