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Key Competencies in ICT and Informatics. Implications and Issues for Educational Professionals and Management
Don Passey, Arthur Tatnall (Eds.)
Front Matter

Key Competencies for Educating ICT Professionals


Building Basic Competences for Culturally Diverse ICT Professionals
Jaana Holvikivi
3-11
Project Management for IT Professionals: Education and Training Issues
Angela Lecomber, Arthur Tatnall
12-24
A Working Model for Teacher Training in Computing through the Literacy from Scratch Project
Lawrence Williams, Miroslava Černochová, G. Demo, Sarah Younie
25-33
Questioning Two Myths in Computer Science Education
Paolo Rocchi
34-41
Competencies and Work Practices for Dynamic Distributed Software Development in Global Value Networks
Mikko Ruohonen, Marko Mäkipää, Pekka Kamaja
42-51
Developing Enterprise Architecture Skills: A Developing Country Perspective
Irja Shaanika, Tiko Iyamu
52-61
Analysis of Real-Life Working Processes, Competencies and Operational Fields for the Usage in Vocational IT Education - Results of an Empirical Study Based on Job Offers
Simone Opel, Axel Wellesen
62-67
Learning Styles of Students at the Department of Computer Science – University of Potsdam
Loay Al-Saffar
68-75
E-Learning Maturity Model – Process-Oriented Assessment and Improvement of e-Learning in a Finnish University of Applied Sciences
Ilkka Haukijärvi
76-93
Accounting Professor Competencies: Identification of Educational Elements in the Education Process of Accounting Professors in Distance Education
Maria Vendruscolo, Patricia Behar
94-105
iPads in Education? A Participatory Design for Professional Learning with Mobile Technologies
Keith Turvey
106-123
Breeding ICT Skills for the Industries: The South African Experience
Tiko Iyamu
124-135

Key Competencies, Learning and Life Transitions


Life Transitions, Learning and Digital Technologies –Common Threads and Conceptions
Don Passey
139-149
Digital Skills and Motivation in Young People in Transition
Colin Rogers
150-164
Digital Skills and Competencies in Schools
Sue Cranmer
165-177
Digital Skills for Employment
Denise Leahy, Diana Wilson
178-189
Using “Yams” for Enterprise Knowledge Sharing among Knowledge Workers from the Perspective of a Task Categorisation-Knowledge Sharing Systems Fit
Tong-Ming Lim, Angela Lee
190-204
An Exploratory Study on the Use of Knowledge Management System and the Employees’ Perception on Organisational Knowledge Sharing and Reuse
Angela Lee, Tong-Ming Lim
205-218
Digital Skills for Those in Transition – Where Next
Don Passey
219-230

Key Competencies and School Management


Digital Storytelling and Key Skills: Problems and Opportunities
Monica Banzato
233-246
Effect of Principals’ Technological Leadership on Teachers’ Attitude towards the Use of Educational Technologies
Cevat Celep, Tijen Tülübaş
247-258
Creating Knowledge Sharing Culture via Social Network Sites at School: A Research Intended for Teachers
Cevat Celep, Tuğba Konaklı, Nur Kuyumcu
259-264
The Effect on School Operations of the Use of School Management Software in Victoria
Christopher Tatnall, Arthur Tatnall
265-277
An Information Service to Act in Binomial ‘Monitoring–Improvement’ of Educational Performance in Portugal: Three Focus Group Studies to Explore the Concept
Antonio Castro, Delfina Soares
278-288

Educational Stakeholders and Key Competencies


Key ICT Competencies within the European Higher Education Area
Javier Osorio, Julia Nieves
291-305
Learner Differences in the Online Context: Introducing a New Method
Arne Schulz, Debora Jeske
306-317
Online Free School Meals as a Cloud-Based Solution: Three Case Studies of Its Use in England
Alan Strickley
318-330
A National Single Indicator for Schools in England: Helping Parents Make Informed Decisions
Alan Strickley, John Bertram, Dave Chapman, Michael Hart, Roy Hicks, Derek Kennedy, Mark Phillips
331-345

 

 


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