Electronic Resources in the Digital Age
Session coordinator: Petra Štogrová Jedličková, Charles University in Prague - Faculty of Philosophy and Arts, Czech Republic
Where: 27. 5. 2009, 14.15 - 17.30, Auditorium D
Studying in the Digital Age
Autor: Tomáš Rain, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Czech Republic
Co-authors:Ivana Švarcová, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Czech Republic
Massive growth of internet user count, commercial using of the internet as well as using the internet in academic community that all lead to changes in users behavior. Consumers have got accustomed to living in two dual worlds – in the real world and in the virtual world. Kevin Kelly called this these two worlds as a world of bits a world of atoms. The authors of this article advert to technological possibilities using of the internet. The authors give care to pedagogical, familiar and socially aspects of studying in the digital age. The value added of the article is comparative table which compares classical education concept with education in the digital age.
Ing. Tomáš Rain Ph.D. is member Department of Information Technology Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague. In 2006 he successfully finished postgraduate studying program “Information management” and published thesis on the theme “Realization of selected economic models in the net economy.” Ing. Tomáš Rain Ph.D. participates in teaching subjects “Information systems”, “Enterprise information systems”, “Strategy and IS” and “Informatics II”. Except teaching and publishing has author of this article experience in commercial practice. Author was employed in Bull limited, Unicorn Inc., AutoCont CZ Inc., and Stormware limited. In these companies worked author as manager, lector and consultant.
Other papers in this session:
The Culture of Open APIs in the Age of Cloud Computing: New Information Paradigms or Old Information Paradoxes?
Author: Denisa Kera, National University of Singapore, Communications and New Media programme, Singapore
Transfer of Knowledge in Cyberspace: Issue of Monitoring, Data Analysis and Evaluation with regard to the Transmissivity of Virtual Worlds and Reality
Author: Jakub Štogr, Charles University in Prague - Faculty of Philosophy and Arts, Czech Republic
Author: Dominik Fellner, St. John´s College - Teachers´ Training College, Czech Republic
Author: Klára Sušická, Municipal Library of Prague, Czech Republic
Author: Bohuš Získal, Charles University in Prague - Institute of Information Studies and Librarianship, Czech Republic
Author: František Zachoval, Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, Czech Republic
Co-authors:Jan Vidlička, Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, Czech Republic