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Piret Luik, Andra Siibak, Peeter Normak

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Info- ja kommunikatsioonitehnoloogia omandab järjest suuremat rolli peaaegu kõikides inimtegevuse valdkondades, pakkudes võimalusi sotsiaalseks suhtluseks, info otsimiseks ja haldamiseks, meelelahutuseks, e-teenuste osutamiseks ja kasutamiseks, kuid arvesse tuleb võtta ka internetikasutuse pahupoolt. Nimelt kuulub Eesti nende riikide hulka, mis paistab silma kõrge internetiriskide taseme poolest. Seetõttu käsitletakse seekordse ajakirjanumbri artiklites nii võimalusi kui ka ohte, mis kaasnevad digivahendite kasutamisega haridusvaldkonnas. Artiklid tuginevad laiapõhjalistele uuringutele ning võiksid pakkuda huvi koolieelsete lasteasutuste ja üldhariduskoolide õpetajatele, aga ka kõrgkoolide õppejõududele. Metodoloogilise poole pealt annavad artiklid hea ülevaate eri võimalustest, kuidas digimaailma uurida.


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