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Media Literacy Research Index

Links to Ofcom's media literacy research

Children and Parents Media Use and Attitudes Report 2014 Oct-14
Children’s online behaviour: issues of risk and trust
Qualitative research findings
Sep-14
Children and parents: Media use and attitudes in the nations Feb-14
Children and Parents: Media Use and Attitudes Report, 2013 Oct-13
Media Literacy Data: Consultation on the National Curriculum for Computing Apr-13
Children and parents: Media use and attitudes in the nations Feb-13
Research into the views of parents about their children’s television viewing pre 9pm Nov-12
Children and Parents: Media Use and Attitudes Report Oct-12
Parents Views on Parental Controls: findings of qualitative research Oct-12
Childrens TV viewing: BARB analysis Oct-12
Websites visited by children: Nielsen analysis Oct-12
Media Tracker Survey: Key Findings Among Parents Oct-12
Ofcom children and parents media literacy audit 2011 - additional analysis on parental mediation Feb-12
Children and parents: media use and attitudes report Oct-11
Childrens media literacy in the Nations Jul-11
UK children's media literacy Jul-11
The Digital Day Jan-11
Children's Media Literacy in the Nations: Summary report May-10
UK children's media literacy Mar-10
UK children's media literacy 2009 interim report Oct-09
Children's and young people's access to online content on mobile devices, games consoles and portable media players   Sep-09
Digital Lifestyles: parents of children under 16 Jun-09
Media Literacy Audit - Report on UK children's media literacy May-08
Social Networking Apr-08
Media Literacy Audit: Report on media literacy amongst children May-06
Media Literacy of Children and Young People  Literature Review May-05

Adults’ Media Use and Attitudes Report 2014Apr-14
Media Lives: Wave 9 (2013) Summary reportMar-14
Being online: an investigation of peoples habits and attitudesJun-13
Adults’ media use and attitudes report 2013Apr-13
Media Lives: Wave 8 2012 summary reportFeb-13
Internet use and attitudes bulletinJul-12
Adults media use and attitudesMar-12
Media Lives Summary Report 2011Feb-12
Media LivesOct-11
Internet use and attitudes metrics bulletinJul-11
Adults media literacy in the Nations Jul-11
UK Adults' Media Literacy ReportApr-11
The Digital DayJan-11
Online trust and privacy: Peoples attitudes and behaviourDec-10
Digital Participation - 2010 Metrics BulletinJul-10
Adult's Media Literacy in the Nations: Summary reportMay-10
UK Adults' Media Literacy ReportMay-10
How people assess online content and servicesNov-09
UK adult's media literacy 2009 interim reportOct-09
Children's and young people's access to online content on mobile devices, games consoles and portable media players  Sep-09
Digital Lifestyles: parents of children under 16Jun-09
Audit of learning-related media literacy policy developmentJun-09
Digital Lifestyles: Adults aged 60 and overMay-09
Digital Lifestyles: Young adults aged 16-24May-09
Media Literacy Audit - Digital Lifestyles: Hesitants, Resistors and EconomisersApr-09
Citizens' Digital ParticipationMar-09
Media Literacy Audit: Media literacy of UK adults' from ethnic minority groupsSep-08
Media Literacy Audit - Report on UK adults media literacyMay-08
Social NetworkingApr-08
Programme Information Research: An investigation of current attitudes and behaviours towards programme informationSep-06
Media Literacy Audit: Report on media literacy in the nations and regionsApr-06
Media Literacy Audit: Report on media literacy amongst adults from minority ethnic groupsApr-06
Media Literacy Audit: Report on media literacy amongst older peopleApr-06
Media Literacy Audit: Report on media literacy of disabled peopleApr-06
Media Literacy Audit - Report on adult media literacyMar-06
Adult Media Literacy  Literature ReviewMay-05
Media Literacy of Children and Young People  Literature ReviewMay-05

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