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The Lithuanian Pilot for CEPIS European Digital Literacy Survey: A Gap between the Perceived and the Actual States Dr. Eugenijus Tele šius CEO, ECDL Lithuania Riga, Baltic IT&T 2007 Forum Contents Surveys of the General Digital Literacy in 2004-2006 in Lithuania

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The Lithuanian Pilotfor CEPIS European Digital Literacy Survey: A Gap between the Perceived and the Actual StatesDr. Eugenijus TelešiusCEO, ECDL LithuaniaRiga, Baltic IT&T 2007 Forum


Contents

  • Surveys of the General Digital Literacy in 2004-2006 in Lithuania

  • Two experiments with self-assessment and real testing

  • Opinion of holders of ECDL and ECDL Start Diploma


Problem

  • IT is changing the way of our living

  • Digital Literacy barrier

  • Insufficient attention to Digital Literacy problem

  • Digital Literacy researches in Lithuania

  • Need in European-level researches


Monitoring Digital Literacy in Lithuania

  • The General Computer Literacy Program (15 September 2004)

  • System for monitoring the Digital Literacy of the citizens

  • Ministry of Education and Science

  • Computer Literacy Centre at Kaunas University of Technology


Lithuanian Digital Literacy Surveys

  • Method of a questionnaire survey

  • Representative and adequate assessment: principle of quota groups

  • About 1 000 citizens aged from 16 to 70

  • Methodics of students with respect of their place of residence

  • Methodics of mobile research groups


Research results

  • About 50% of Lithuanians claim good skills


Research results

  • Stable number of respondents who can not work on the computer

  • One percent increase of literate citizens corresponds to about 25 000 new computer users

    2004 45,63 %

    2005 48,56 %

    2006 49,92 %


Research results

  • 77,19 % with good digital skills use the computer on a daily basis

  • 50,7 % have Internet access

  • 71,84 % have a computer at home

  • Serious warning: 50,98 % of those who work on the computer do not use the e-services


4-Research results

  • Full Reports on General Computer Literacy (2004 - 2006) Available online:

  • http://www.emokykla.lt/lt.php/tyrimai/visuotinis_kompiuterinis_rastingumas/1131 (In Lithuanian)


Self-assessment and real testing experiment, 117 accountants – postgraduate studies


Self-assessment and real testing experiment, 35 teachers - postgraduate studies


Survey: Holders of ECDL and ECDL START Certificates

  • 752 respondents

  • E-mail based questionnaire

  • Who encouraged you to ECDL? – Personal resolution (49,93%)

  • Will you seek further skills improvement? - Yes (91,83%)

  • Did ECDL increase your work efficiency? – Yes (80,24)


Survey: Holders of ECDL and ECDL START Certificates

  • Does ECDL make you feel stronger in EU labor market? – Yes (49,93%)

  • Would you recommend ECDL to your colleagues? – Yes (79,89%)

  • Did you find ECDL superior to other certificates? – Yes (46,6%)

  • Who should pay for the certification – User (22,64%), employer (41,28), state (21,17), I don’t know (14,91)


Importance on the European level

  • Establish a true understanding of the state of Digital Literacy

  • Country monitoring of Digital Skills

  • Comparison by country, gender, age and oth. factors

  • Compelling argument for Governments and corporations

  • Tool to enable increasing Digital Literacy


  • Thank you !

  • Dėkui !

  • Paldies !

  • Спасибо !

  • Dziękuje !


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