Vpliv komponent informacijske pismenosti na učni uspeh študentov v visokem šolstvu

Zdenka Petermanec, Urban Šebjan

Povzetek

Izvleček

Namen: Obvladovanje informacijske pismenosti pri študentih je ena ključnih kompetenc za njihovo samostojnost, kritičnost pri izbiri virov, za implementacijo novih informacij v obstoječe znanje in za etično uporabo virov na poti do kariere. V članku bomo izpostavili, kako obvladovanje štirih komponent informacijske pismenosti vpliva na učni uspeh študentov in kako pomembna je le-ta za njihov profesionalni razvoj.
Metodologija/pristop: Študija temelji na vzorcu 197 dodiplomskih študentov. Rezultate raziskave smo analizirali z multiplo regresijsko analizo.
Rezultati/analiza: Raziskava je pokazala, da je komponenta »iskanje virov« najbolj izrazita, pri čemer pozitivno vpliva na uspešnost študentov.
Omejitve raziskave: V raziskavi smo se omejili na štiri komponente informacijske pismenosti (teoretično znanje, prepoznavanje potreb po informacijah, iskanje informacij in vrednotenje ter uporaba informacij).
Izvirnost/uporabnost raziskave: Zaradi pozitivnih učinkov informacijske pismenosti, mora le-ta postati integralni del učnega procesa, njene učinke pa je treba stalno preverjati in jih izboljševati.

Ključne besede

komponente informacijske pismenosti, učni izidi, študenti, izobraževalni sistem, učenje

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