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Fostering Students’ Resilience. Analyses Towards Factors of Individual Resilience in the Computer and Information Literacy Domain

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In this contribution the resilience of students in the computer and information literacy (CIL) domain is focused. In this context, research towards individual student resilience is of relevance in order to examine characteristics from the student level that can be used as setscrews by educators and other educational stakeholders to minimize or overcome social issues in the CIL domain. Taking advantage of the representative cross-sections of students from the International Computer and Information Literacy Study 2018 (ICILS 2018), the question of the prevalence of resilient students (research question 1), differences between educational systems in international comparison (research question 2), and students’ related antecedents and process factors from the ICILS 2018 contextual model (research question 3) have been focused via using a logistic regression approach. The sample consisted of 46,561 students aged 14 from 14 countries. Cross country analyses revealed that student’s sex and their cultural capital are the strongest predictors for resilience in the CIL domain. However, including family’s process characteristics shows that students’ self-efficacy toward the use of information and communication technology (ICT), their use of ICT for information-related activities itself and the use of ICT for basic and advanced purposes have been identified as significantly related to student resilience.

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Drossel, K., Eickelmann, B., Vennemann, M., Fröhlich, N. (2023). Fostering Students’ Resilience. Analyses Towards Factors of Individual Resilience in the Computer and Information Literacy Domain. In: Keane, T., Lewin, C., Brinda, T., Bottino, R. (eds) Towards a Collaborative Society Through Creative Learning. WCCE 2022. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, vol 685. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-43393-1_5

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