Data citizenship framework: exploring citizens’ data literacy through data thinking, data doing and data participation

Alicja Pawluczuk, Simeon Yates, Elinor Carmi, Eleanor Lockley and Bridgette Wessels, (2020). Data citizenship framework: exploring citizens’ data literacy through data thinking, data doing and data participation. Digital Skills Insights, 60-70

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  • Sub-type Journal article
    Author Alicja Pawluczuk
    Simeon Yates
    Elinor Carmi
    Eleanor Lockley
    Bridgette Wessels
    Title Data citizenship framework: exploring citizens’ data literacy through data thinking, data doing and data participation
    Appearing in Digital Skills Insights
    Publication Date 2020
    Place of Publication Geneva
    Publisher International Telecommunication Union
    Start page 60
    End page 70
    Language eng
    Abstract This article presents preliminary results of the first two research stages of the Me and My Big Data research project: (1) a systematic literature review, and (2) a nationally representative survey of UK citizens’ data literacy. The analysis reveals some contradictions between how citizens think about the truthfulness of online information (e.g., online news) and what they do to verify its accuracy (e.g., fact-checking), and suggests that these contradictions might be related to citizens' limited data literacy levels.
    Keyword Data citizenship
    Data literacy
    Education
    Policy
    Copyright Holder The Author(s)
    Copyright Year 2020
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISBN 9789261320812
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