Key Competencies in the Knowledge Society

IFIP TC 3 International Conference, KCKS 2010, Held as Part of WCC 2010, Brisbane, Australia, September 20-23, 2010. Proceedings

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ISBN: 978-3-642-15377-8 (Print) 978-3-642-15378-5 (Online)

Table of contents (44 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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    Use of ICT to Assist Students with Learning Difficulties: An Actor-Network Analysis

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    Pages 12-22

    Use of Graph2Go in M-Learning: A View from the Pedagogical Model

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    ICT in Teacher Education: Developing Key Competencies in Face-to-Face and Distance Learning

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    Recommendation of Learning Objects Applying Collaborative Filtering and Competencies

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    Teaching Practice from the Perspective of ICT Student Teachers at the Faculty of Education, Charles University in Prague

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    Intentions to Pursue a Career in Information Systems and Technology: An Empirical Study of South African Students

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    From Context to Competencies

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    Pages 78-89

    Competencies and Skills: Filling Old Skins with New Wine

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    Coping with Complex Real-World Problems: Strategies for Developing the Competency of Transdisciplinary Collaboration

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    Pages 102-113

    Getting Granular on Twitter: Tweets from a Conference and Their Limited Usefulness for Non-participants

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    Pages 114-125

    Beyond Pedagogical Content Knowledge: The Importance of TPACK for Informing Preservice Teacher Education in Australia

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    Pages 126-135

    eExaminations Development and Acceptance

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    Pages 136-143

    Grundtvig Partnership Case Study 2009-2011 LifeLong Learning for Active Citizenship and Capacity Building LLLab

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    Pages 144-154

    A Theoretical Framework to Foster Digital Literacy: The Case of Digital Learning Resources

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    Pages 155-164

    Conditions for Successful Learning of Programming Skills

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    Pages 165-176

    Assessment of Knowledge and Competencies in 3D Virtual Worlds: A Proposal

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    Pages 177-186

    IP3 – Progress towards a Global ICT Profession

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    Pages 187-192

    A Teacher’s Perspective of Interacting with Long-Term Absent Students through Digital Communications Technologies

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    Pages 193-199

    University as an Environment for Shaping Key Teachers’ Competence for Knowledge Society

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    Pages 200-209

    Are Wikis and Weblogs an Appropriate Approach to Foster Collaboration, Reflection and Students’ Motivation?

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