• Information Literacy Level of the Islamic Private Schools’ Students in the Southernmost Provinces
  • Information Literacy Level of the Islamic Private Schools’ Students in the Southernmost Provinces of Thailand

    Chumchit Saechan*1 and  Vorasiri Siriwipat2
    1Department of Library and Information Science, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Prince of Songkla University, Pattani 94000, Thailand
    2 Pattani Primary Educational Service Area Office, Pattani 94000, Thailand * Corresponding author: schumchit@gmail.com

    This research aims to investigate information and ICT  literacy level and compare the information  and ICT  literacy level with variables: sex, stream of learning, GPA, and school’s location of the upper-secondary students in Islamic private schools in southernmost provinces of Thailand. Data was collected from 390 samples using the information and ICT  literacy test designed accordance to the standards and indicators of the Information Literacy for Thai Students and the ICT Literacy of Ministry of Education. The developed standards consisted of 7 standards that expect students’ abilities.  The test had a total of 56 items, each had  4 multiple choices. The statistics used for data analysis were percentage, mean, standard deviation, and Turkey test. The main results revealed that most of the students in the private Islamic schools were female, had grade average point at good level, studied in science-mathematic stream, studied at schools located in Pattani province. The students had overall  information and ICT literacy of the 7 standards at  Pass level. They had  Pass level in standard 1, and standard 6, Good  level in standard 2, Not pass level in standard 3  and  standard 7,  Moderate level in standard  4 and  standard 5. This research proposes implementing the research results that the students lacked the abilities in standard 3, able to analyze, evaluate and select information needed and in standard 7, have knowledge and necessary skills to use ICTs by redesigning teaching and learning activities that more encouraging students to analyze, evaluate and select information. Classrooms, libraries, and computer rooms should be equipped with modern ICTs for students’ uses.

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  • ผู้เขียน : Chumchit Saechan, Vorasiri Siriwipat
  • เผยแพร่ : 2016-02-16

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