publication . Article . 2003

Studentų mokymosi strategijos ir statistiniai tipai kompiuterinio raštingumo kontekste

Šaparnienė, Diana; Šaparnis, Gintaras;
Open Access Lithuanian
  • Published: 01 Jan 2003 Journal: Ekonomika ir vadyba : aktualijos ir perspektyvos, volume 2,003, issue 2], pages 187-192 (issn: 1648-9098, Copyright policy)
The results of the diagnostic analysis on students' computer literacy are presented in the article. The study involves students from Lithuanian universities and colleges. Relying on the study results attempts are made to identify and define the existing statistical types of students learning styles as well as to disclose some link with factual computer the study data showed that he idea of using cluster analysis trying to identify statistical types of the student population has been fully justified. The actually existing student types have been identified and described based on their learning styles and their actual computer literacy level. It would be important...
ACM Computing Classification System: ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDEDUCATION
free text keywords: Lithuania ; Computer literacy ; Statistical types ; Students ; Students' learning strategies
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