Using Digital Tools and Digital Literacy Skills on Multicultural Campuses in the Shadow of COVID-19 Crisis
Ilan Daniels Rahimi (Ono Academic College, Israel)
Most of the academic campuses in the state of Israel are diversely multicultural. This study aimed to examine the extent of use of digital tools and digital literacy skills on multicultural campuses during the COVID-19 crisis. The respondents were 639 students; 92 were from the general sector, 122 from the Uutra-Orthodox Jewish sector (21.4%) and 356 from the Arab sector (62.5%). Significant differences were found by sector in the frequency of use of digital tools and skills, the source of the differences stemming from partial access to the Internet by ultra-Orthodox students, and Hebrew being a second language for Arab students.
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