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入学前の情報処理学習状況の調査結果と「情報処理入門」科目授業における理解度との関連


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Title: 入学前の情報処理学習状況の調査結果と「情報処理入門」科目授業における理解度との関連
Other Titles: Subsequent Learning for Information Processing Skills After Pre-University Level and its Implications
Authors: 藤井, 美知子 / 直野, 公美 / 井ノ上, 憲司 / 古賀, 掲維 / 丹羽, 量久
Authors (alternative): Fujii, Michiko / Naono, Kumi / Inoue, Kenji / Koga, Aoi / Niwa, Kazuhisa
Issue Date: 1-Mar-2010
Publisher: 長崎大学 大学教育機能開発センター / Research and Development Center for Higher Education Nagasaki University
Citation: 長崎大学 大学教育機能開発センター紀要, 1, pp.55-65; 2010
Abstract: Individual universities have been seeking for better ways of teaching information processing skills. In order to grasp what first year students at Nagasaki University have learned and acquired as to computer related skills, the following study has been conducted since 2006: a questionnaire study of information literacy and computer related skills. This paper aims to show how much the first year students are accustomed to exercises of computer skills and second, to consider effective ways to fill the gap between the knowledge and the skills previously acquired, and the skills required to gain in Nagasaki University. The computer related skills are those which all students are expected to authentically demonstrate before graduation.
Keywords: Information Education / Excel / Word / Questionnaire Survey
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/24949
ISSN: 21856281
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
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Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/24949

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