ICT learning experience and research orientation as predictors of ICT skills and the ICT use of university students

@article{Verhoeven2014ICTLE,
  title={ICT learning experience and research orientation as predictors of ICT skills and the ICT use of university students},
  author={Jef C. Verhoeven and Dirk Heerwegh and Kurt De Wit},
  journal={Education and Information Technologies},
  year={2014},
  volume={21},
  pages={71-103}
}
Since our first studies of information and communications technology (ICT) skills and ICT use at universities in 2004, ICT and its use by students has changed greatly. In order to obtain a more detailed picture of ICT skills, we first construct a new instrument to measure the self-perception of ICT skills (49 items) and of ICT use (53 items) by students. This allows us to find some patterns for ICT skills and ICT use. In order to explain these patterns, two basic hypotheses are formulated. The… CONTINUE READING
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