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Digital Educational Practices of Students
Survey Period:
Feb 1, 2018 - Jun 30, 2018
Survey Data Type:
Qualitative Data
Data available in:
German
DOI:
10.21249/DZHW:dps2018:1.0.0
Published at:
Oct 20, 2020
Version:
1.0.0 (current)
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Data Package dps2018

Digital Educational Practices of Students 

Details

Institution(s):
University of Kassel
Sponsored by:
University of Kassel, Wikimedia, Stifterverband, Volkswagen Foundation 
Project Contributors:
Steinhardt, Isabel
Survey Design:
Cross-Section 
Survey Data Type:
Qualitative Data
Data available in:
German
Data Curation:
İkiz-Akıncı, Dilek; Steinhardt, Isabel
DOI:
Version:
1.0.0 (published at Oct 20, 2020)
Annotations:

The data was created within the framework of a research project "Use of digital media for the studies and habitus of students" and the teaching research project "On the track of the connection between digital media and habitus in a qualitative manner".

Data Package Description

The research project reconstructs students' practices in dealing with digital technologies and asks which digital practices exist for their studies. Digital practices are understood to be those in which the use of digital technologies is incorporated. This research focus is important because digital technologies have become part of students' everyday life. However, little is known about how digital technologies are actually used for studying - if they are used for studying at all - and whether digital practices have developed in the course of study. Although there are various studies on the ownership and use of digital media (Steffens, Schmitt & Aßmann 2018), they do not focus on actual digital practices. In Bourdieu's sense, digital practices are an expression of habitus, which is why it can be assumed that the appropriation of digital practices is linked to the capital and milieu of students. In this respect, the study examines the extent to which digital technologies could contribute to (new) social inequalities in the educational system.

Documents related to this Data Package

Data Package

Title Description Document Language File
DEPS 2018  Citation Guideline  English dps2018_Citation_Guideline.pdf
DEPS 2018  Data Package Overview  German dps2018_Overview_de.pdf
DEPS 2018  Data Package Overview  English dps2018_Overview_en.pdf
DEPS 2018  Data and Methods Report  German dps2018_Data-Methods_Report.pdf
DEPS 2018  Release Notes  English dps2018_ReleaseNotes.md

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