Special Issue of Italics from 2006 on the iLit Conference at Loughborough. Useful writeup of the DigEULit project, specifically the "levels" of digital literacy development. Level I: Digital Competence; Level II: Digital Usage; Level III: Digital Transformation (see p. 255 of Martin & Grudziecki pdf:
This infoKit contains advice on evaluating the services you offer to your users. The focus is primarily on digital/online services but set within the broader context of more traditional services, exploring the relationship between the two.
Tim Leonard's insight:
JISC Infokit using the Visitors/Residents continuum to evaluate user services.
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