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Assessing the Digital Literacy of pre-degree students

UAL’s Digital Integration into Arts Learning (DIAL) project aims to carry out a small number of staff and student led projects and case studies, which will explore the pace of technological change and its impact on the day-to-day practices. Read more.


Assessing Digital Literacy level of pre-degree students

College & Subject London College of Communication (Graphic Communication)
Project overview

This project focuses on assessing the level of digital literacy of pre degree students applying to the BA (Hons) Graphic and Media Design course at LCC.


All home, EU students applying to Graphic and Media Design (GMD) will have the opportunity to complete the online survey.

Project Team

David Sims (Programme Director - Graphic Communication, LCC)

DIAL | Chris Follows; Rossella Emanuele‎; Kaye Pryce

Project updates

The project will:

- run at the end of the undergraduate interview process on GMD March - July

- develop digital literacy skill workshops for GMD students that will meet the needs of a diverse range of learners

The project hopes to create an online data resource (support will be needed) that allows for staff to develop new curriculum or learning and teaching strategies to address the diverse range of digital literacy on GMD.

Assessing Digital Literacy Levels of Pre-Degree Students: Information Graphic

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The Programme Director will report via updates using one of the UAL in house tools - myblog.arts


Given that GMD is one of the largest graphic design degree programmes at UAL (up to 500 home, EU and overseas students apply to GMD in any given year), it is hoped that the student’s eagerness to attend LCC should encourage them to complete the online survey.


Tags DIAL, DIAL activity, DIAL projects, Digital Literacies, Digital literacies in the arts, Digital literacy, Professional Online Identities, University of the arts London


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