If you walked into a room of young people and asked them to help you with snapchat, change your notifications or set up an account for TikTok, there would be no questions about whether they’d be able to do this for you. Despite this form of digital literacy, there’s a growing trend in digital illiteracy amongst students; this is supported by
The third guest in our ‘An audience with…’ line-up is University of East London’s Krishna Roy Chowdhury. At present, Krishna is UEL’s Head of Content and Digital Environments. Her role includes overseeing archives, the digital and academic services team, as well as the scholarly communications team, which looks after research and Open Access data and publications.
Last month, we introduced ‘An Audience With…’, it’s a variety of videos and interviews based upon the future of teaching and learning. We began our series with educational pioneer and former Vice Chancellor of University of Edinburgh, Sir Tim O’Shea, and following on from him was Dr David Kellermann; digital teaching and learning advocate and senior lecturer at UNSW.