Interim results of the Web Literacy Map 2.0 community survey
Thanks to my colleague Adam Lofting, I’ve been able to crunch some of the numbers from the Web Literacy Map v2.0 community survey. This will remain open until the end of the month, but I thought I’d share some of the results.
This is the high-level overview. Respondents are able to indicate the extent to which they agree or disagree with each proposal on a five-point scale. The image above shows the average score as well as the standard deviation. Basically, for the top row the higher the number the better. For the bottom row, low is good.
Breaking it down a bit further, there’s some interesting things you can pull out of this. Note that the top-most row represents people who completed the survey, but chose not to disclose their location. All of the questions are optional.
Things that stand out:
- There’s strong support for Proposal 4: I believe that...
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