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Benchmarking ICT Literacy in Tertiary Learning Settings

@inproceedings{Cowan2000BenchmarkingIL,
  title={Benchmarking ICT Literacy in Tertiary Learning Settings},
  author={E. Cowan},
  year={2000}
}
  • E. Cowan
  • Published 2000
  • For many years now, there have been many who have agonised over the concept of a minimum computing skills level as an important outcome of schooling and education in general. Numerous terms have been used to describe this set of skills. The more familiar descriptions have included such terms as, computer awareness, computer literacy, information literacy, and information and communications technologies (ICT) literacy. In contemporary tertiary education, the need for a basic set of computing… CONTINUE READING

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