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Volume 104, 2021Second International Conference on History, Theory and Methodology of Learning (ICHTML 2021)
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Digital intelligence of a modern economist: an exploratory case study
National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine, 15 Heroiv Oborony Str., Kyiv, 03041, Ukraine
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In the current context of digitalization of various spheres of life, an important characteristic of participants in a digital society is the level of their digital intelligence. The level at which future economists develop their digital intelligence skills during university depends on their successful employment and career development. The presented article analyses the concept of digital intelligence of an economist on the basis of the Digital Quotient framework developed by the Digital Intelligence Institute, characterizing the levels of “Digital Citizen”, “Digital Creator”, “Digital Entrepreneur” for such components of digital intelligence as: Digital Changemaker Identity, Digital Use, Safety Digital, Digital Security, Digital Emotional Intelligence, Digital Communication, Digital Literacy, Digital Rights. For the first time, the contents of an academic discipline of a university training programme for future economists have been proposed, in the course of which digital intelligence skills can be developed. The authors demonstrate the stages of formation, indicators for different levels of formation, content and examples of educational representation of material. They offer the stages of Digital intelligence development in the framework of studying the course modules, the implementation of project work and the solution of the real case studies during academic training. The results of the pilot study for achieving all three levels of digital intelligence. A statistical analysis of the results of the experiment was carried out and their relevance proved.
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