Digital Literacy in Slovakia 2011

Institute for Public Affairs (IPA), with the support of Accenture - Pontis Foundation, Cisco Slovakia, Hewlett-Packard Slovakia, Microsoft Slovakia and the Slovak Telekom Foundation Fund, has carried out the fourth year of the Digital Literacy in Slovakia survey. Findings from the representative sociologic survey offer answers to questions regarding the ratio of digital literacy and illiteracy within the Slovak population; population's experience with the info-communication technologies (ICT); level of their digital skills, and adaptation to the ICT.

This survey was presented and published in: Emerging eLearning Technologies and Applications (ICETA), 2011 9th International Conference.

The paper Digital Literacy in Slovakia 2011 from international conference is available at IEEE Xplore Digital Library.

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