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Chapter 2: Being Digital Chapter 3a: A Competitive Digital Communications Infrastructure Chapter 3b: Radio: Going Digital Chapter 4: Creative Industries in the Digital World 16 June 2009
Chapter 2: Being Digital Chapter 3a: A Competitive Digital Communications Infrastructure Chapter 3b: Radio: Going Digital Chapter 4: Creative Industries in the Digital World Chapter 5: Public Service Content in Digital Britain Chapter 6: Research, Education and Skills for Digital Britain Chapter 7: Digital Security and Safety Chapter 8: The Journey to Digital Government Chapter 9: Delivering Digital Britain 225 16 June 2009
Digital Britain: Attitudes towards internet content among adults Digital Britain Summit Children’s Panel output Intellectual Property Office - Copyright in a digital world: What role for a Digital Rights Agency? Fostering creative ambition in the UK Digital Economy Unconference Reports Twitter Feed Review of ICT User Skills Report of the Digital Britain Media Literacy Working Group .......................................... 16 June 2009
Learning in a Digital Britain Digital technologies are fundamentally changing the behaviours that we associate with teaching and learning, systemically affecting the infrastructures that support both formal and informal lifelong learning .
Are Adult Community Learning providers harnessing technology? A majority reported access to a learning platform although many made the distinction between access and use ! 36% of trained e-Guides surveyed use e-learning materials at least once a week. Non e-Guides used e-learning less.
How well is technology harnessed for offender learning? Prison issues such as security, escorts to class, churn, overcrowding etc were barriers for OLASS staff HoLS reported access to a wide range of technologies for their own, staff and learner use Majority of HoLS reported lack of access to intranet for learners as an ongoing issue