OFCOM website features a media literacy section with its own research on: Adults' Media Lives, Children's Media Lives, Adults' media use and attitudes, Children's media literacy.
OFCOM website features a media literacy section with its own research on:
This study provides a small-scale, detailed qualitative complement to Ofcom's quantitative surveys of media literacy, interviewing the same 19 individuals each year about their media habits and attitudes.
A research project that follows 18 children, aged 8-15 at the beginning of the study, over three years, interviewing them on camera each year about their media habits and attitudes.
Research that looks at media use, attitudes and understanding, and how these change over time, with a particular focus on those groups that tend not to participate digitally.
Evidence on media use, attitudes and understanding among children and young people aged 5-15, and information about the media access and use of young children aged 3-4.
Information about Ofcom’s media literacy activities