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Type of publication: research article
Type of publication (PDB): Straipsnis kitose duomenų bazėse / Article in other databases (S4)
Field of Science: Edukologija / Education (S007)
Author(s): Butrimė, Edita;Zuzevičiūtė, Vaiva
Title: Studijų kaitos aspektai aukštosiose mokyklose įgyvendinant IKT grindžiamas studijas
Other Title: Aspects of changes in higher education studies while implementing ICT based studies
Is part of: Role of higher education institutions in society: challenges, tendencies and perspectives = Aukštųjų mokyklų vaidmuo visuomenėje: iššūkiai, tendencijos ir perspektyvos. Alytus : Alytaus kolegija, Nr. 1(1), 2012
Extent: p. 47-54
Date: 2012
Keywords: El. mokymas(is);Informacinės ir komunikacinės technologijos;Studijų kaita;Vaidmenų kaita;Virtualios socialinės bendruomenės;Saityno 2.0 technologijos;E-learning and teaching;Information and communication technologies;Changes in studies;Changing roles;Virtual communities;Web 2.0 technologies
Abstract: Saityno 2.0 technologijos šiandien yra svarbios milijonų žmonių kasdieniame gyvenime. Šių technologijų vartotojai yra ir studentai, ir dėstytojai. Kasdien kuriami ir publikuojami nauji el. kūriniai. Tačiau saityno 2.0 technologijos dar turi atrasti savo vietą universitete. Pirmoje straipsnio dalyje atskleista studijų aukštojoje mokykloje kaita grindžiama naujos kartos IKT saityno 2.0 technologijomis. Antroje dalyje išryškinami dėstytojų veiklos aspektai saityno 2.0 technologijomis grindžiamose studijose. Trečioje - pristatomas empirinis tyrimas, kuriuo buvo siekiama atskleisti dėstytojo IKT taikymo veiklos aspektus, išryškinant studijų kaitą
In the context of contemporary world, the phase of ICT (information and communication technologies) development is characterised by implementation of virtual communities. These communities are created due to the technologies of web 2.0 that enable communication and collaboration globally and openly. In this paper, aspects of activity of teacher in higher education, while implementing ICT based technologies in studies, are presented. It is argued, that contemporary higher education teacher has to acquire a complex of competencies. Among those competencies: competence in specific professional field, also didactic competence, and the ICT competence. Teacher is a participant of a socio-cultural system of e-learning and teaching at higher education, therefore, it might be argued, if teacher changes, the whole system changes to some degree. The object of this research is: higher education teachers’ perspective on using ICT for studies, and on aspects of their activity. The purpose of this research was to examine what is higher education teachers’ perspective on using ICT for studies, and on aspects of their activity. Methods of critical references analysis, and semi-structured interview for empirical study were employed. Conclusions are formulated that among main hindrances to employ ICT in studies respondents identified unclear copy rights issue for the materials they develop. Also, some of the respondents did not feel the support of their institution, rather, pressure. Therefore hindrances at organisational and legal spheres have to be addressed in the future in order to employ ICT to a greater degree for changing studies. Some personal issues were also mentioned: lack of support, lack of time, stress at face of new challenges. Also, all respondents claimed that e-learning at its extreme virtual form should not totally replace face-to face learning and teaching sessions
Affiliation(s): Edukologijos tyrimų institutas
Lietuvos sveikatos mokslų universitetas
Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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