Computer en Informatie Literacy

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Algemeen

  • Vaardigheden voor het effectief en efficiënt gebruik van technologie.
  • Computer and information literacy is defined as the knowledge and ability to utilize computers and related technology efficiently, with a range of skills covering levels from elementary use to programming and advanced problem solving (wikipedia engelstalig, nov. 2014).
  • Afkorting: CIL
  • Ook wel digitale geletterdheid of ICT-geletterdheid
  • Wordt gezien als een belangrijke vaardigheid in het kader van 21ste eeuwse vaardigheden

Achtergrond

In het 2013 ICILS (Fraillon, 2014) rapport worden twee lijnen onderscheiden:

  • Verzamelen en beheersen van informatie
  • Produceren en uitwisselen van informatie


Collecting and managing information

Strand 1 of the framework, titled collecting and managing information, focuses on the receptive and organizational elements of information processing and management. It incorporates three aspects:

  • Knowing about and understanding computer use: This refers to a person’s declarative and procedural knowledge of the generic characteristics and functions of computers. It focuses on the basic technical knowledge and skills that underpin our use of computers in order to work with information.
  • Accessing and evaluating information: This refers to the investigative processes that enable a person to find, retrieve, and make judgments about the relevance, integrity, and usefulness of computer-based information.
  • Managing information: This aspect refers to the capacity of individuals to work with computer-based information. The process includes ability to adopt and adapt information-classification and information-organization schemes in order to arrange and store information so that it can be used or reused efficiently.

Producing and exchanging information

Strand 2 of the construct, titled producing and exchanging information, focuses on using computers as productive tools for thinking, creating, and communicating. The strand has four aspects:

  • Transforming information: This refers to a person’s ability to use computers to change how information is presented so that it is clearer for specific audiences and purposes.
  • Creating information: This aspect refers to a person’s ability to use computers to design and generate information products for specified purposes and audiences. These original products may be entirely new or they may build on a given set of information in order to generate new understandings.
  • Sharing information: This aspect refers to a person’s understanding of how computers are and can be used as well as his or her ability to use computers to communicate and exchange information with others.
  • Using information safely and securely: This refers to a person’s understanding of the legal and ethical issues of computer-based communication from the perspectives of both the publisher and the consumer of that information.


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