From a static to dynamic concept: a model of ICT literacy and an instrument for self-assessment

@article{Markauskaite2005FromAS,
  title={From a static to dynamic concept: a model of ICT literacy and an instrument for self-assessment},
  author={Lina Markauskaite},
  journal={Fifth IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT'05)},
  year={2005},
  pages={464-466}
}
A dynamic model of information and communication technology (ICT) literacy is proposed. It is based on a "blended" approach to ICT literacy, which integrates general problem-solving and ICT-related technical capabilities. The model covers not only present level of ICT literacy, but also situational and longitudinal sustainability and transferability of ICT-related capabilities into the professional domain. A theoretical framework is presented, which was used in the construction of an instrument… CONTINUE READING

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