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The learning circle experience: Findings from the P2PU participant survey
P2PU learning circles are free study groups organized for people to take online classes together and in-person. Participants gather in public spaces, like public libraries and community centers to work through a massive open online course (MOOC) with guidance from a facilitator. This report summarizes a selection of data ...
Learning and Leading: An evaluation of the Digital Skills for Digital Librarians project
“Web literacy” describes a critical set of skills needed to participate online, including how to navigate the internet, understand basic web mechanics, and safely share information. Using materials developed by the Mozilla Foundation, the Digital Skills for Digital Librarians project piloted web literacy skills training in ...
Namibia’s Regional Libraries: Final Report of the Regional Study and Resource Center (RSRC) Activity Evaluation
(Technology & Social Change Group, 2020-03)
The Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA) at the University of Washington’s Information School was commissioned by the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) to conduct a performance evaluation of Namibia’s regional libraries, officially called the Regional Study and Resource Centers (RSRC) Activity. The Activity included ...