Primary School Teachers in the Information Society
Robert Sinka (Szent István University College of Jászberény, Hungary)
Abstract: This study represents a survey approach in order to analyse the information society in a regional setting. The first part deals with a current problematic issue: the human resources of the information society, which is a neglected research area of the information society. The second part of the paper will point out the main characteristics of the human adaptation of the information society. My aim is to accentuate the importance of the 'human-interface gap. These days the accessibility is strongly connected to the education and to the fact that several jobs do not require competence in digital or information literacy. Focusing on the human aspect has become a central issue of the higher education, and one of its prominent tasks, besides others, is to prepare the next generation for the challenges of the information society.
Keywords: competence of digital literacy, information society, school, teachers
Categories: J.4, K.3.2, K.4, K.4.1, K.4.3