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ICT literacy

Posted on 29 Apr 2010 with 0 comments
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An ACER report states that student levels of ICT literacy proficiency have improved from 2005 to 2008 although significant differences do occur between the Australian states with the ACT, Victoria and South Australia outperforming the others. Factors such as socioeconomic background, location, school computer use and home computer use also indicated differences in student ICT literacy proficiency levels and females make more use of social networking applications than males. However, most disturbing is the significant gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous students.

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