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Use of ICT to Assist Students with Learning Difficulties: An Actor-Network Analysis.- Use of Graph2Go in M-Learning: A View from the Pedagogical Model.- ICT in Teacher Education: Developing Key Competencies in Face-to-Face and Distance Learning.- Recommendation of Learning Objects Applying Collaborative Filtering and Competencies.- Teaching Practice from the Perspective of ICT Student Teachers at the Faculty of Education, Charles University in Prague.- Intentions to Pursue a Career in Information Systems and Technology: An Empirical Study of South African Students.- From Context to Competencies.- Competencies and Skills: Filling Old Skins with New Wine.- Coping with Complex Real-World Problems: Strategies for Developing the Competency of Transdisciplinary Collaboration.- Getting Granular on Twitter: Tweets from a Conference and Their Limited Usefulness for Non-participants.- Beyond Pedagogical Content Knowledge: The Importance of TPACK for Informing Preservice Teacher Education in Australia.- eExaminations Development and Acceptance.- Grundtvig Partnership Case Study 2009-2011 LifeLong Learning for Active Citizenship and Capacity Building LLLab.- A Theoretical Framework to Foster Digital Literacy: The Case of Digital Learning Resources.- Conditions for Successful Learning of Programming Skills.- Assessment of Knowledge and Competencies in 3D Virtual Worlds: A Proposal.- IP3 - Progress towards a Global ICT Profession.- A Teacher's Perspective of Interacting with Long-Term Absent Students through Digital Communications Technologies.- University as an Environment for Shaping Key Teachers' Competence for Knowledge Society.- Are Wikis and Weblogs an Appropriate Approach to Foster Collaboration, Reflection and Students' Motivation?.- Digital Literacy: A Vital Competence for 2010?.- Informatics Systems and Modelling - Case Studies of Expert Interviews.- In Search of the Affective Subject Interacting in the ROODA Virtual Learning Environment.- Learning under Uncertainty: A Grounded Theory Study.- Integration of a Video Annotation Tool into a Coactive Learning and Working Environment.- Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course.- Mobile Learning: Using SMS in Educational Contexts.- Making Computer Learning Easier for Older Adults: A Community Study of Tuition Practices.- The Paradox of More Flexibility in Education: Better Control of Educational Activities as a Prerequisite for More Flexibility.- Design and Implementation of Business Process Management Curriculum: A Case in Dutch Higher Education.- All I Need to Know about Twitter in Education I Learned in Kindergarten.- Technology and Computers in Music and Music Education.- Collaborative Research Training Based on Virtual Spaces.- The Human Development Process and Informatics Education in the 21st Century.- More for Less - Live Systems Learning.- ALEF: A Framework for Adaptive Web-Based Learning 2.0.- Design and Development of Virtual Learning Environment Using Open Source Virtual World Technology.- Educational Management Challenges for the 21 st Century.- Supporting Productive Integration of Web 2.0-Mediated Collaboration.- Evaluating the Cisco Networking Academy Program's Instructional Model against Bloom's Taxonomy for the Purpose of Information Security Education for Organizational End-Users.- T'aint What You Do (It's the Way That You Do It): ICT and Creativity in the Primary School Classroom.- Need for the Intercultural Awareness in Erasmus Mobility - Administrative Point of View.- Home Access: Providing Computers to Families via a National Strategy.- Working with Wikis: Collaborative Writing in the 21 st Century.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the IFIP TC 3 International Conference, KCKS 2010, held as a part of the 21th World Computer Congress, WCC 2010, in Brisbane, Australia, in September 2010.
The 43 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The range of issues cover many aspects of ICT in relation to competencies in the knowledge society; they present theory, research, applications and practical experiences on topics including but not limited to developing creativity, digital solidarity, e-management in education, informatics and programming knowledge technologies, lifelong learning, policy development, teacher(s) in a knowledge society, e-inclusion, AGORA: the IFIP initiative on lifelong learning, collective intelligence, digital literacy, educating ict professionals, formal and informal learning, innovations of assessment, networking and collaboration, problem solving teacher learning & creativity as well as teaching & learning 2.0.