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A Study on ICT Literacy of Primary and Secondary Schools in Macao
Zhang Liming; Fan Chunwai
2005-06
Conference NameFormerly ED-MEDIA: World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, EdMedia: World Conference on Educational Media & Technology
Source Publicationproceedings of Formerly ED-MEDIA: World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, EdMedia: World Conference on Educational Media & Technology
Conference DateJun 27, 2005
Conference PlaceMontreal, Canada
Other Abstract

Since 2001 Macao government has been investing and promoting the implementation of ICT in schools. This research was commissioned by the Macao Education and Youth Affairs Bureau at the end of 2002. It aims to review the progress of the ICT implementation in Macao schools and to recommend necessary adjustment for the future. This paper is part of the research project and concentrates in the investigation of ICT literacy of the school students. Questionnaire was used in this study. Three areas were investigated, including: ICT Skills, Way to Acquire ICT Knowledge, and Attitude towards ICT Applications. Findings and suggestions are also given in the paper.

Language英語English
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CollectionFaculty of Education
DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE
AffiliationUniversity of Macao
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Zhang Liming,Fan Chunwai. A Study on ICT Literacy of Primary and Secondary Schools in Macao[C],2005.
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