Attitudes towards digital culture and technology in the Modern Languages

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Abstract

This report presents the results of a survey carried out in 2018, the first in a series of landscaping exercises on the AHRC-funded ‘Language Acts & Worldmaking’ project (https://languageacts.org/) cataloguing interactions between digital culture and modern languages. The report analyses the impact of digital on modern languages across a wide range of factors, including general digital engagement, digital methods/platforms, digital literacies and pedagogies and experiences with digital publishing/digital research materials. It captures views from people involved in Modern Foreign Languages in various ways (including roles as researcher, learner, teacher, funder, policy-maker, digital practitioner, cultural practitioner or other).
Original languageEnglish
PublisherKing's College London
Number of pages60
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2019

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NameDigital Mediations

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