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2013 | nr 2 (28) | 37--55
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Investigating Opinions on ICT Use in Higher Education

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Badanie opinii na temat wykorzystania ICT w szkolnictwie wyższym
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EN
Abstrakty
Artykuł prezentuje wyniki badań dotyczących postaw studentów wobec wykorzystania ICT w procesie edukacji. Punktem wyjścia do analiz była subiektywna ocena studentów, dotycząca ich ogólnych kompetencji w zakresie wykorzystania komputera, a także dostępności i wykorzystania ICT. Wyniki badań wykazały, że opinia studentów na temat szerszego wykorzystania ICT w procesie nauczania była uzależniona od subiektywnej oceny kompetencji komputerowych zdeterminowanych przez kierunek studiów i cechy demograficzne respondentów. Dostęp do komputera/Internetu miał wpływ na znajomość wybranych programów oraz zadań wykonywanych za pośrednictwem Internetu. Uzyskane rezultaty potwierdziły, że studenci oceniający wyżej swój poziom kompetencji komputerowych byli pozytywniej nastawieni do szerszego wykorzystania technologii informacyjno-komunikacyjnych aniżeli studenci o niższej samoocenie swoich umiejętności komputerowych.(abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
This article presents research results on attitudes of students' towards the use of ICT in the education process. The analyses were conducted against the backdrop of the students' subjective assessment of their general computer aptitude as well as their access to and use of ICT. The results prove that students' opinions on the wider use of ICT in the learning process was influenced by a subjective assessment of their general computer skills which was determined e.g. by their specialization as well as demographic characteristics. Access to a computer/Internet influenced their familiarity with some applications and online activities. The results confirm that students with a higher appraisal of their competence were more positively inclined towards a wider use of ICT than those with lower levels of competence.(original abstract)
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37--55
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Twórcy
  • University of Rzeszów, Poland
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  • University of Rzeszów, Poland
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