Dissertation + Digital Divide

Dissertation + Digital Divide-86
In a more specific context, the model has ICT policy implementation, school digital maturity and teachers’ ICT competence implications that cuts across both local and global educational settings. Additional information: Kerli Onno On Monday, Davide Ticchi, doctoral student of the School of Governance, Law, and Society of the Tallinn University, defended his doctoral dissertation in which he focused on narrative therapy as a fac...

In a more specific context, the model has ICT policy implementation, school digital maturity and teachers’ ICT competence implications that cuts across both local and global educational settings. Additional information: Kerli Onno On Monday, Davide Ticchi, doctoral student of the School of Governance, Law, and Society of the Tallinn University, defended his doctoral dissertation in which he focused on narrative therapy as a fac...The public defence of the doctoral thesis “The Challenges of ICT Implementation into Teaching and Learning in Ghanaian Basic Schools” will take place on June 22 at 11 at room M-648 (Uus-Sadama St 5). Doctoral students who begin their studies at Tallinn University in the academic year 2019–2020 can apply for a Doctoral scholarship of 500 euros per month. On Monday, 17 June, Johanna-Iisebel Järvelill, doctoral student at the School of Natural Sciences and Health of Tallinn University, defended her doctoral thesis in which she studies the minerology and...

The notion of the digital divide is generally associated with inequalities related to equipping a personal computer with Internet access, which often varies, for example, according to income level, geographical location and ethnic group.

The expression “digital divide” has its origin in the American expression “Digital Divide” that emerged in the late 90’s, in the United States.

These five categories described digital literacy as: a basic need, a contextual need, a need to connect, a lifestyle, and as an awareness of 4 the Internet culture.

The categories describe digital literacy as understood by those women and what skills, from their perspective, a digital person should possess. "Digital Literacy to Bridge the Gender Digital Divide: A Phenomenographic Study of the Digital Diversity for Arab Graduate Women in the United States." Electronic Thesis or Dissertation. Abo Alasrar, Heyam "Digital Literacy to Bridge the Gender Digital Divide: A Phenomenographic Study of the Digital Diversity for Arab Graduate Women in the United States." Electronic Thesis or Dissertation.

Nowadays, information and communication technologies are an essential factor in the development of any country as they allow the exchange of knowledge, services, goods, among other advantages of great value.

Unfortunately, not in all regions of the world is it possible to access the technological gadgets that arise every day, in a constant and accelerated way. The term "digital divide" refers to the gap between those who use the potential of information and communication technologies (ICTs) for their personal or professional needs and those who do not have access to them or simply do not have the necessary skills to make use of them.To learn more or modify/prevent the use of cookies, see our Cookie Policy and Privacy Policy.On 22 June, James Sunney Quaicoe from the Tallinn University School of Digital Technologies defended his doctoral thesis that focussed on ICT implementation challenges in schools with emphasis on developing countries and used Ghana as an example.You can find much more information about your privacy choices in our privacy policy. Even if you choose not to have your activity tracked by third parties for advertising services, you will still see non-personalized ads on our site.In recent decades, the world has seen a series of technological advances that have implied profound social and cultural changes.The dissertation was supervised by Senior Researcher Kai Pata (Tallinn University). On Monday, Birgit Vallmüür, doctoral student of the School of Governance, Law, and Society of the Tallinn University, defended her doctoral dissertation that focused on green police integrity, more sp...Yesterday, György András Schöpflin, a doctoral candidate from the School of Governance, Law and Society of Tallinn University, defended his doctoral thesis “Politics, Illusions, Fallacies”, in which h...In this model, it was established that teachers’ personal attitudinal and cultural factors were having significant effects in the model.The study suggests that in the basic school system digital training is not sufficiently mediating the teachers’ personal, attitudinal and cultural factors within the system. The full thesis can be read at the TU Academic Library e-depository ETERA.You always have the choice to experience our sites without personalized advertising based on your web browsing activity by visiting the DAA’s Consumer Choice page, the NAI's website, and/or the EU online choices page, from each of your browsers or devices.To avoid personalized advertising based on your mobile app activity, you can install the DAA’s App Choices app here.

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