Can ICT usage make a difference on student teachers' information literacy self-efficacy [An article from: Library and Information Science Research]

Can ICT usage make a difference on student teachers' information literacy self-efficacy [An article from: Library and Information Science Research] [Digital Download]

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This digital document is a journal article from Library and Information Science Research, published by Elsevier in 2007. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Media Library immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

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This study looks at whether the information literacy self-efficacy of student teachers in departments of primary education in Turkish universities varies according to their Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) usage level, duration of ICT experience, gender, and grade. The survey was conducted with 1702 student teachers using the Information Literacy Self-Efficacy Scale. Results showed that student teachers' level and duration of ICT usage were determining factors for information literacy self-efficacy. Significant differences among grades show that training during university education has an important role in increasing information literacy self-efficacy.
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Language English
Publication Date March 1, 2007
Publisher Elsevier
Contributor(s) Y.K. Usluel
Binding Digital Download
Page Count 10