Ed.D. thesis restructure

As I mentioned last week in How not to write a thesis, mine isn’t the usual method by which you’d go about writing a doctoral thesis. Normally you’d read books like How to get a PhD and keep your findings to yourself until submission. I, on the other hand, have shared my findings at dougbelshaw.com/thesis since pretty much the beginning and have kept the structure fluid throughout.

Now that I’ve written more than half of it, and given that I’ve got my first Skype meeting with my thesis supervisor in months soon, now’s the time to pin down a title and structure. So here an attempt:

What is ‘digital literacy’? A Pragmatic investigation.

  1. Introduction
  2. Problematising traditional (print) literacy
  3. The history of ‘digital literacy’
  4. The ambiguities of ‘digital literacy’
  5. Methodology
  6. New Literacies: a solution?
  7. But is it ‘literacy’?
  8. Digitality as policy
  9. Conclusion
  10. Bibliography

In a sense, of course, I’ll never be finished with this thesis. There’ll just be a time at which it’s advisable to submit (or they pry it from my RSI-riddled hands…) :-p

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