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Information quality & learners

Posted on 08 Mar 2012 with 0 comments
21st century skills Equity Internet use Research agenda

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The use of the internet among young people is almost ubiquitous in modern society for personal, social, career and academic purposes. An increasing number of studies have indicated that online spaces help learners to develop language, writing, social and collaborative skills. However, the processes used by learners for searching for information, for evaluating resources and for creating new works are not well understood. The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University has recently published an engaging and thorough report examining the research literature in order to develop a framework for exploring information quality in the youth and digital media context. The lengthy (150 page) and detailed report Youth and Digital Media: From Credibility to Information Quality makes an important contribution to education by providing a framework for information quality that may assist our understanding of how learners use the internet and how educators may be able to harness that knowledge to improve learning.

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