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Examining the Use Self-perceived by University Teachers about ICT Resources: Measurement and Comparative Analysis in a One-way ANOVA Design

Francisco David Guillén-Gámez 1 * , Maria Jose Mayorga-Fernández 2, Marta Ramos 3

CONT ED TECHNOLOGY, Volume 13, Issue 1, Article No: ep282

Submitted: 03 August 2020, Published Online: 14 October 2020

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The growing rise of information and communication technologies (ICT) in all areas of society demands that university professors have an adequate level of digital literacy, so that they can contribute effectively to the training of their students and respond to the demands of the job. The objective of this research is to know and compare the use by university teachers of different ICT resources, in their teaching, evaluation, and research (UTIC-EEI model, its acronym in Spanish), depending on the area of knowledge to which they belong (science and engineering-architecture, health sciences, art-humanities, and social-legal Sciences), in order to be able to take measures to effectively address the digital shortcomings of teachers. An ex post facto study is carried out, with a quantitative methodology utilising a survey technique, with a sample of 867 Spanish university teachers, with a descriptive and inferential analysis via ANOVA for multiple comparisons. The results showed a medium-high use by teachers of ICT resources in four areas, with there being a superior use in the teaching and research dimensions compared to the evaluation dimension in each area of knowledge. These data underline the need to continue training teachers to make excellent instrumental use of specific ICT resources in each area of knowledge.



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