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Influence of ICT on Working Style Used Within Frames of Lifelong Education


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Pogarčić, Ivan and Šepić, Tatjana and Raspor, Sanja. (2009). Influence of ICT on Working Style Used Within Frames of Lifelong Education. In: 2nd International Conference “The Future of Information Sciences: INFuture2009 – Digital Resources and Knowledge Sharing”, 4-6 November 2009, Zagreb, Croatia.

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The development of technique and technology significantly influences the shaping of business activities in all fields of human work. Therefore new professions are being developed that consequently require new combinations of knowledge, skills and competencies. Final and by all means the most important consequence is a strong need for constant learning and supplementary knowledge. Perhaps it is too bold to say that comprehensive professional education no longer exists. Although the need for continuous education cannot be observed as a novelty, its importance however is more pronounced. The influence of ICT on profession and working activities can be expressed in different modes. It is indisputable that at present ICT plays an important role in education as well as in performing daily business activities. This paper indicates a tendency of blurring the distinction between ICT application in education and work, during working life and a possible need for education supported by ICT in postwork period. The hypothesis of this research lies in analysing the style of performing working assignments and the need for constant supplementary knowledge – a Lifelong Education.

Item Type: Published conference work (Lecture)
Uncontrolled Keywords: education, ICT, student, individualisation, style, paradigm, teaching
Subjects: Information sciences > Social-humanistic informatics
Departments: Department of Information Science
Date Deposited: 19 May 2017 09:27
Last Modified: 19 May 2017 09:27

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