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D Workshop Participants and Questions Posted on the Internet
Pages 103-108

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... Gilbert, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Connie Hendrix, San Francisco Unified School District Charles F Kelemen, Swarthmore College Allen Klinger, University of California, Los Angeles Susan Landau, University of Massachusetts Larry Long, Long and Associates Note: Pointers to many of the position papers presented by these participants can be found online at .
From page 104...
... Westfall, University of Southern California Marsha Cook Woodbury, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign D.2 QUESTIONS ABOUT INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY LITERACY POSTED ON THE INTERNET D.2.1 Questions for Computer and Communications Scientists and Engineers 1. For purposes of this discussion, the committee provisionally distinguishes in a loose and informal way between fundamental concepts, applications of fundamental concepts, and engineering and design principles used in applying concepts.
From page 105...
... 2. How do you expect the essential concepts, applications, and engineering/design principles described in your answers to change over time (as information technology evolves)
From page 106...
... What would enable them to cope with future technological changes and information technology tools with which they have no previous experience? D.2.3 Literacy Project: Questions for K-12 and Post-Secondary Educators 1.
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... In an online information community, what should every citizen know about information technology in order to make effective use of the capabilities it enables? Please describe each element of this knowledge (e.g., how to perform an Internet search, how to understand its results)
From page 108...
... It might be useful to distinguish between information technology skills (i.e., "facility with a specific computational tool or artifact such as a spreadsheet") and knowledge (i.e., "knowledge of programming," though not necessarily knowledge of a specific programming language)

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