Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Soft Computing in Information Communication Technology

Analysis on Status of Information Technology Cognition of Freshmen in Higher Vocational College- A Study of Tianjin

Authors
Shuzhen Du, Guangran Liu
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Shuzhen Du
Available Online May 2014.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/scict-14.2014.58How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Freshmen in higher vocational college; Status of information technology cognition; Survey questionnaire; Computer basic course
Abstract
The study carried out with research perspective from learners’ cognitive status quo of the computer, based on the hybrid research methods and used random cluster sampling. The author distributed an open and anonymous survey questionnaire to freshmen, who come from five higher vocational college of Tianjin, and then used statistical tools SPSS to quantify the questionnaire. This study shows that there are three cognitive types of freshmen before learning the basic computer course. They are Geographic Cognition, Sexual Cognition and Hybrid Cognition. The paper analyzed the extent of three cognitive types affecting on information technology cognition of freshmen. The study implemented from four aspects: learners’ basic situation of using the computer, subjective awareness on the importance of computer, the basic situation of computer skills and the expectation for the teaching of computer course. Finally, the paper tries to provide the reference about teaching starting point design for computer based public required course in higher vocational colleges.
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