WIT Press


Skills In Computer Use, Self-efficacy And Self-concept

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/CI040161

Volume

31

Pages

8

Published

2004

Size

318 kb

Author(s)

E. Makri-Botsari, F. Paraskeva, E. Koumbias, A. Dendaki & P. Panaikas

Abstract

In today’s information society knowing information technology is a critical factor for academic and professional education. The judgments of the individual about his/her competence in computer use can influence their goals and future plans concerning professional career and success. The continuously increasing rates of change in all aspects of contemporary life (technological, economic and social), as well as the production, distribution, exchange and diffusion of an enormous volume of information, facilitate collaborations while, at the same time, they increase competition and the standards set by the individual for him/herself making it hard to maintain a positive perception for hi

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