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Title: 原住民鄉國小高年級學生資訊素養現況探析:以高雄縣三個原住民鄉為例
On the Information literacy of elementary students:The Case Study of Three Mountainous Town in Kaoshsiung county
Authors: 劉皇杉
HUANG Shan LIU
Contributors: 鄭勝分
Jason Sheng-Fen Cheng
資訊管理研究所
Keywords: 資訊素養;數位學習;數位落差
The information superintendence;Digital Divide;Information Literacy;information technology
Date: 2007
Issue Date: 2011-05-26 11:06:56 (UTC+8)
Publisher: 高雄市:[樹德科技大學資訊管理研究所]
Abstract: 在強調競爭力的時代,數位化被視為提升組織績效的重要機制,受此理念影響,教育領域開始引入數位學習及數位教學等工具,藉以提升教學品質及學習績效。然而,在數位化過程中,受限於城鄉差距、資源分配不均衡,以及對於資訊科技的瞭解與利用未能普及等因素,偏遠地區學校面臨相當嚴重的數位落差問題,其中尤以山地鄉學校更為嚴重,基於公平教育權實乃國民的基本權益,而數位化被視為足以縮減城鄉落差的利器,惟對此議題目前尚欠缺充足的實證研究,爰引發本研究之旨趣。本研究之目的在於分析山地鄉國小學生資訊素養,藉以瞭解城鄉國小數位落差的現況,進而探析縮減城鄉數位落差之策略。就研究方法而言,本研究擬採問卷調查法,以高雄縣三個山地鄉國小為研究個案,取樣對象為國小學生以普查方式進行;另,本研究採SPSS統計軟體進行資料分析,除描述性統計和交叉分析外,並進行差異性分析,析探山地鄉國小學生資訊素養普遍不足的問題所在,探詢造成學生間形成資訊差距的原因,並提出具體建議。是以,本研究希冀由高雄縣的情況,提供他縣市教育單位在推行資訊教育政策之參考,更重視學校資訊基礎教育,並加強對偏遠地區學生資訊教育各方面的協助,希望對提升偏遠地區弱勢的青少年的資訊素養能夠有所助益。
In knowledge economy times, one who can master knowledge and information will enable to create his or her own future. In spite of this, digital divide has happened with the development of information society, which has worsened the problems of social inequality, unfairness and injustice. Therefore, the issues on how to reduce digital divide and how to change it into a digital opportunity are essential to regional development.
The issue on digital divide can be discussed by two methods: quantitative data analysis and qualitative data analysis. With regard to the recent relevant research, digital divide has been gradually reduced in quantity while more discussion is about the analysis of information literacy in quality. The purpose of this study aims to understand the current level of information literacy acquired by elementary school students and the possible factors that affect their information literacy. The study was conducted by the self-edited questionnaire ""The exploration and analysis of the current digital divide among the elementary school students"".
The overall information literacy of elementary school students has reached a certain level; however,. In addition, influenced by the factors such as information environment, and personal background, big gaps exist in library literacy, media literacy, computer literacy, the Internet literacy, and the overall information literacy. The variables which have great effects on students' information literacy include living areas, urbanization of schools, computer equipment at home, the Internet and on-line equipment, the years of using computers, the hours of using the relevant equipment, the grades, the family social and economic status, ,and digital divide seems to be affected by unequal social construction. What's more, individual information literacy has greater influence than information equipment and information access, and has become the most important factor which has led to digital divide in today's society.
Due to the limited number of the subject groups, it is hoped that future research can enlarge the scale of the subjects and the investigation area so that a less biased and more complete picture can be drawn from the findings and the research results about information literacy.
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