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Advantages and disadvantages of information-communication technology usage for four-year-old children, and the concequences of its usage for the childrens' development
Jurka Lepičnik-Vodopivec, Pija Samec, 2012, original scientific article

Abstract: Information-communication technologies (ICT) are a part of our world and we use them every day. They represent an important source of information about us and others, as well as about local and world events. Besides that, ICT can also be very attractive for pre-school children, who acquaint with them very quickly. This article presents advantages and disadvantages of ICT usage for a four-year-old pre-school child and its potential consequences for the child's development. The data was collected with the help of 130 parents. They were asked to fill out a questionnaire and share their opinions about their four-year-old children's usage of ICT at home. We found out that in the case of four-year-old children the usage of ICT has its advantages and disadvantages, and that the consequences of its usage (positive and negative) would be approximately the same.
Keywords: preschool education, information and communication technologies, ICT, child development
Published: 07.06.2012; Views: 2715; Downloads: 77
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The influence of the field of study on the use of modern information and communication technologies among student and teachers
Mateja Pšunder, Mateja Ploj Virtič, 2010, original scientific article

Abstract: Being a teacher is becoming a growingly demanding job, as the swift development of modern technologies is undoubtedly expanding the required competence framework. Different information and communication technologies have become part of the necessary competencies, as teachers are educators of the Y generation, which is characterised by its members using the computer in each aspect of their lives. The use of the computer is specific for each individual field of instruction and as such cannot be directly compared. This article presents the results of a survey into how the field of study influences the use of ICT and the computer in student teachers. The sample covered fourth grade students of diff erent fields of study (teacher training programmes): students of natural, technical and computer sciences, students of social sciences and humanities and students of the department of elementary education. Our research has shown that students of all three training programmes often use the computer in their everyday life but slightly less often for study purposes. Students of natural, technical and computer science reported about the use of educational portals more often than students of the other two fields of study did, while there were also differences in the use of individual portals among students of individual fields of study. Our research has further shown that students of natural, technical and computer science provided the most positive feedback about the availability of computers at the faculty, their performance, software, internet access at the faculty and internet access in their town of study.
Keywords: vzgoja in izobraževanje, informacijska tehnologija, komunikacijska tehnologija, kompetence, IKT, education, information technologies, communication technologies, ICT, competences
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 384; Downloads: 21
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E-learning within the framework of the Czech university system
Milan Klement, Jiří Dostál, 2013, review article

Abstract: During the last few years, e-learning has become an integral part of tertiary education systems, not only within the framework of blended, but, to an increasingly larger extent, also of full-time study modes, accredited and implemented at Czech universities. However, along with its large-scale deployment, a number of problems have emerged, which resulted in the formulation of new research hypotheses. Among the most important ones are those regarding the influence of e-learning on the quality of education, the efficient ways of motivating and mobilizing students, and the creation and development of particular competences. There are many external, as well as internal influencing factors, acting more or less covertly, to a greater or lesser intensity. It is highly desirable to identify, describe, analyze, and minimize or maximize their influence in order to prevent them from having a massive negative impact, conditioned by fashion trends, on the quality of tertiary education.
Keywords: e-learning, e-learning development, learning theories, information and communication technologies, Bologna declaration
Published: 21.12.2015; Views: 407; Downloads: 49
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Perception of cyber crime in Slovenia
Maja Dimc, Bojan Dobovšek, 2010, original scientific article

Abstract: Purpose: The purpose of this article is to present the results of the pilot research regarding the perception of cybercrime in Slovenia. Design/Methods/Approach: The study focused on the research of the perception of cybercrime among the general public, as well as the members of the law enforcement agencies. Findings: The development of information and communication technologies critically influences all aspects of our lives, and consequently the characteristics of crime have adapted to the new form of operation in the virtual world. Cybercrime is the new way of breaking the law, and in order to implement successful preventive strategies it is of crucial importance to understand the perception of the general public, as well as the perception of the members of law enforcement agencies regarding cybercrime. The pilot study was performed on a smaller group of individuals (approximately half were the representatives of the general public, while the rest were the representatives of law enforcement agencies) in the form of in-depth interviews. The findings of the pilot research were alarming, since the majority of the interviewees greatly differentiate between certain forms of crime performed in the cyberspace as opposed to the same form of crime performed in real life i.e. the act of stealing, piracy in particular, is unacceptable in the real world and at the same time only natural in the virtual world. Furthermore, the pilot research displayed serious lack of awareness regarding different forms of cybercrime among the general public, as well as the members of law enforcement agencies, and consequently also poor understanding of legislation pertinent to cybercrime. Based on the results of the pilot research it is evident that it is of crucial importance to raise the awareness and understanding among the general public and increase the knowledge of the members of law enforcement agencies regarding cybercrime and its consequences in our everyday life. Research limitations/implications: The results are not generalizable due to the small group of interviewees. Consequently, future research will include a larger group of interviewees and will combine both in-depth interviews as well as questionnaires. Practical implications: The article represents a useful source of information for individuals working in this field as well as the general public. Furthermore, it represents the basis for further research of the field. Originality/Value: The article deals with the issue of the perception of cybercrime in Slovenia and exposes the critical issues related to the difference in the perception of a similar act of crime in the real life as opposed to the virtual world.
Keywords: computer-related crime, cybercrime, information and communication technologies, Slovenia
Published: 12.05.2020; Views: 65; Downloads: 4
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