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2022 ◽  
Vol 6 ◽  
Author(s):  
Galuh Tresna Murti ◽  
Sri Mulyani

PDDIKTI Feeder as a business intelligence application is used as an information center in higher education, containing master data of each student and lecturer, learning process data, reporting graduate data and lecturer activities in teaching for decision making. Paradoxically, through the empirical data there are many problems in implementing business intelligence systems in private universities, related to the maturity of information technology, data quality and information culture. Addressing this gap, we present a descriptive verification analysis research on 40 private universities in Bandung city, Indonesia, using the Partial Least Square Model. We conclude there is a positive influence of information technology maturity, data quality and information culture on the quality of the business intelligence system.


2022 ◽  
Vol ahead-of-print (ahead-of-print) ◽  
Author(s):  
Viviane Frings-Hessami ◽  
Gillian Oliver

Purpose Records management has been heavily influenced by practice in English-speaking countries but is often seen as a foreign import in non-Anglophone countries. This study aims to investigate how using English terminology or translating records management terminology into French in a Francophone environment impacts on the success of recordkeeping strategies. Design/methodology/approach Semi-structured interviews were conducted with Francophone archivists and records managers in Switzerland to assess their communication strategies and the language used to communicate recordkeeping objectives. Findings The research findings indicate that in a Francophone environment, archivists and records managers who use French terminology are more successful in promoting recordkeeping objectives than those who use English terminology. Given that research was limited to one Swiss canton, more research is needed to test these findings in other Francophone cantons, provinces and countries. Originality/value This study is important for the success of recordkeeping initiatives in non-Anglophone countries. It highlights the need to take into account the local information culture and use terminology with which people are most familiar.


Author(s):  
Eugenia Tsarkova ◽  
Aleksandr Antonovskiy

Based on the analysis of Russian literature, the article considers e-learning as a modern format of educational activity, as a modern pedagogical technology. The role of digital transformation of education is emphasized, which involves constant updating of the content of education and planned learning outcomes, methods, means and control of educational activities in a dynamically developing digital information and educational environment. The use of new types of educational activities based on the interpenetration of already traditional teaching models and modern digital technologies contributes to the quality training of students. Taking into account the prevailing factors, the most effective in this regard is the creation and use of educational e-courses, the active introduction of e-learning into the professional training of specialists. The implementation of educational activities based on e-learning is accompanied by a specially created information and educational environment, which takes over the provision of training through the use of information and communication technologies, network services for the development of educational programs. Electronic educational resources are presented in electronic form and include a certain structure, the main subject content and output data. Thanks to electronic resources, information interaction between participants in educational relations is ensured, the quality of formed competencies and the knowledge of information culture among students increases. The active introduction of e-learning requires not only the psychological and professional preparedness of all participants in the educational distance learning process, but also its theoretical development and methodological support. The development of e-learning stimulates the need for the formation of professional competencies among teachers for successful activities in the electronic information and educational environment. Electronic educational technologies make it possible to complement and expand existing forms of educational communication, and in this sense, the use of e-learning in education today is not only the use of information technologies and digital solutions in the interaction of the teacher and students, but also defines a new format of teaching.


Author(s):  
Anna Bysyuk ◽  
Aleksandr Antonovskiy

The article provides a review of the scientific psychological and pedagogical literature on the issue of the study of the teacher's professionalism in the conditions of the implementation of distance learning. For a modern teacher, the formation and development of his own professional and pedagogical competence becomes important, which, in accordance with the existing professional standards of pedagogical work, can be represented by such components of competence as the presence of certain personal characteristics that are of priority importance for scientific and pedagogical activity; the ability to motivate students to achieve the goals of educational interaction; understanding of the goals and objectives of pedagogical activity, the subject and its content and assimilation; skills and abilities to develop programs of pedagogical activity and readiness to make pedagogical decisions; possession of information culture and information and communication technologies in various forms of education; competence in the organization of their pedagogical work. Among the key digital competencies of teachers currently distinguish such as the use of information technology in everyday teaching work, the possession of digital tools to evaluate the results of pedagogical activity, the use of information tools to expand the educational opportunities of students, the development of skills for creating and sharing digital resources, etc. One of the significant results today is the expansion of the professionalism of teachers (unexpectedly for them), the development of new technical knowledge, skills, skills in the implementation of distance learning, mutual assistance and psychological and pedagogical support for both students and teachers at various stages of the distance learning process. Possession of information technologies for the transmission and presentation of educational material, a certain level of information culture, methods of digital and e-learning is a mandatory requirement for a teacher, which allows him to holistically build a distance learning process, develop and update his professional competencies and, thus, realize the set learning goals.


2021 ◽  
Vol 54 (6) ◽  
pp. 505-520
Author(s):  
Elena V. Soboleva ◽  
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Tatyana N. Suvorova ◽  
Ekaterina O. Podnavoznova ◽  
Marina O. Fakova ◽  
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The problem and the aim of the study. The implementation of tutoring ideas that are extremely popular in the modern socio-economic situation in the digital educational space requires the teacher to move to a new level of professional skills, communication and information culture, network etiquette and experience in using software and hardware. To ensure the appropriate training of teachers, the development of the necessary personal qualities, improving the quality of education in higher education, new digital technologies are actively used: cloud services, interactive resources, etc. The purpose of the article is to investigate the features of the formation of digital literacy of future teachers by means of cloud technologies. Research methods. Theoretical analysis and generalization of scientific literature were used to identify the features of the training of future teachers, to determine the components of digital literacy. The method of pedagogization of information technologies, group interaction, mutual assessment and self-assessment are used to design and fill the "virtual classroom" with cloud service tools. The experiment involved 64 students of the Vyatka State University of the training program 44.03.01 Pedagogical education (bachelor level). The software tool is Google Classroom. As a method of statistical processing of the experimental data, the χ2 (chi-square) Pearson test was used. Results. In the experimental group, future teachers used Google Classroom tools to differentiate user access rights to content, organize and manage learning in a "virtual classroom" environment. The assessment of the levels of digital literacy formation was made and statistically significant differences in the qualitative changes that occurred in the pedagogical system were revealed, χ2obs. 2 > χ2crit0.05 (7,07 > 5,99). In conclusion, the features of the design and use of "virtual classrooms" implemented by Google Classroom tools for the formation of digital literacy of future teachers are summarized.


2021 ◽  
Vol 18 (1) ◽  
pp. 81-87
Author(s):  
Viktor S. Kornilov ◽  
Alexey S. Rusinov

Problem and goal. In modern conditions, specialists in various subject areas who have an information culture and are able to solve complex professional problems using modern information and communication technologies are in demand. Currently, specialists in the field of applied mathematics are required, which plays an important role in the development of human civilization. Therefore, in the process of teaching various academic disciplines of applied mathematics at the university, including the discipline Equations of mathematical physics, attention should be paid to the development of students information culture. Methodology. When teaching students the discipline Equations of mathematical physics, it is extremely important that the teacher knows not only the content of teaching this discipline of applied mathematics, but also has practical experience in solving equations of mathematical physics by computer means. Such qualities of the teacher will allow him to successfully conduct training sessions in the conditions of informatization of teaching mentioned discipline. At the same time, it ought to be clearly understood that the use of computer technologies in teaching the discipline Equations of mathematical physics must be correct. The necessity to develop and implement in practice a variety of methodological approaches that allow students to develop an information culture in training sessions on that discipline is obvious. Results. The use of advanced pedagogical technologies in training sessions on the discipline Equations of mathematical physics, where computer technologies are used, will allow students to develop an information culture. Conclusion. Computer technologies that students use in the process of solving educational problems require them to have certain skills and abilities to identify their broad capabilities. Students are aware of the role of computer technologies in conducting applied scientific research, understand the role of computer modeling methodology and computational experiment in studying the world around them.


Author(s):  
O. Tur ◽  
L. Derevianko ◽  
S. Doroshenko

Problem statement. Training problems for future professionals in information, library and archival activities (professionals in the field of information and information analysis, archival, library affairs, museum studies, program and program management, as well as database administrators, communication systems analysts and consolidated information analysts, etc.) are of great importance nowadays. Modern society needs such specialists, because the amount of information (which must be qualitatively processed) is constantly increasing, the level of information culture of mankind is constantly growing, the pace of development of information and communication technologies is accelerating. An important condition for the training of future competent professionals is the analysis of how satisfied they are today with the educational services provided by the university, because it significantly affects the motivation to learn, and its presence is a driving force in achieving goals. In this regard, the study becomes relevant because it will comprehensively help solve the problem of improving the quality of training of information, library and archival professionals, and in the future — their competitiveness in today’s labor market. The methodology of this study is represented by methods of analysis (study of documentary information — educational program, curricula; questionnaires), control questions (questionnaires of students), selection (compulsory subjects), systematization (bringing the results of the questionnaire into a certain system that allows them explanation from the standpoint of a systems approach), comparison, which made it possible to identify certain features in the results of the study. The result of this study is to determine the level of satisfaction of masters in information, library and archival affairs at the National University “Yuri Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic” the quality of the educational component as an important condition for their training. The novelty of the study is that for the first time, using the google-form, the level of satisfaction of future masters in information, library and archival affairs with the educational component of professional training at the National University “Yuri Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic” was investigated and analyzed. The percentage of satisfaction of undergraduates with each compulsory discipline is calculated, the obtained results are summarized and brought into a single system. The practical significance of the article is that its results can be used in further research on the selected topic. At the same time, the scientific results of this study can serve as material in the process of improving the educational and professional program of the specialty.


2021 ◽  
Vol ahead-of-print (ahead-of-print) ◽  
Author(s):  
Zhiying Lian ◽  
Ning Wang ◽  
Gillian Oliver

PurposeThe purpose of this paper is to report findings from an investigation on the information culture and recordkeeping in two Chinese companies, exploring the interaction between information culture and recordkeeping.Design/methodology/approachOn the basis of systematic literature review, this research investigates the information culture and recordkeeping in two Chinese companies by conducting in-depth interviews with the staff of the two companies.FindingsThe attitude of the leadership and the staff towards records and information is different in the result-oriented information culture and rule-following culture. If a company aims to stay innovative and competitive, an information culture that can facilitate the good governance of records and information should be developed, and information professionals can play a key role in working towards this.Originality/valueAs a qualitative study of information culture and recordkeeping in Chinese companies, this paper provides the insight into the interaction between information culture and recordkeeping, demonstrates the impact of information culture on information governance and identifies the factors influencing information culture in an organization.


2021 ◽  
Vol 12 ◽  
Author(s):  
Mark V. Flinn

Creativity generates novel solutions to tasks by processing information. Imagination and mental representations are part of the creative process; we can mull over ideas of our own making, and construct algorithms or scenarios from them. Social scenario-building can be viewed as a human cognitive “super-power” that involves abstraction, meta-representation, time-travel, and directed imaginative thought. We humans have a “theater in our minds” to play out a near-infinite array of social strategies and contingencies. Here we propose an integrative model for why and how humans evolved extraordinary creative abilities. We posit that a key aspect of hominin evolution involved relatively open and fluid social relationships among communities, enabled by a unique extended family structure similar to that of contemporary hunter-gatherer band societies. Intercommunity relationships facilitated the rapid flow of information—“Culture”—that underpinned arms-races in information processing, language, imagination, and creativity that distinguishes humans from other species.


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