SHS Web of Conferences
Volume 26, 2016ERPA International Congresses on Education 2015 (ERPA 2015)
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Comparison of the ICT literacy level of the Slovakian and Hungarian students in the higher education
1 Obuda University, Becsi ut 96/b, Budapest H-1034, HungarySciences, Production Department
2 J. Selye University, Bratislavská cesta 3322, 945 01, Komárno, Slovakia
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Communication and technology have an important role in life and especially in education. Nowadays, students generally use technology for communication. When using technology in education, there may be some communication barriers. In this research, it is studied about communication barriers that prevent teachers’ candidates to use technology. The aim of this research is to find the communication barriers which teachers’ candidates face when they utilize technology. First of all we have to see the ICT knowledge level of the students to make decision about the application and retraining methods. It is important to know can we find any difference in ICT literacy between the Hungarian and the Slovakian students. We measured the ICT literacy level with a tool consisting of 15 items (Likert scaled. We worked with 663 students. The data analysis was performed with SPSS software using descriptive statistics and Mann-Whitney test. ICT literacy comparison has showed significant differences by countries, the Hungarian students ICT literacy was on higher level (self-report) except by using learning platforms.
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