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Paper Title :
Digital Information Literacy of Information Science Undergraduate Student, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University in Thailand 4.0 Age

Author :Thatsanan Chutosri, Piyachat Puthiprapa, Kanyasiri Srisingket, Witaya Siripanwattana

Article Citation :Thatsanan Chutosri ,Piyachat Puthiprapa ,Kanyasiri Srisingket ,Witaya Siripanwattana , (2017 ) " Digital Information Literacy of Information Science Undergraduate Student, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University in Thailand 4.0 Age " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 6-11, Volume-3,Issue-10

Abstract : This research aims to 1) to study digital information literacy of information science undergraduate students, SuanSunandhaRajabhat University in Thailand 4.0 age and 2) to study the factors affecting the digital Information literacy of information science undergraduate students, SuanSunandhaRajabhat University in Thailand 4.0 age. The tool used in data collection was digital Information literacy test in Thailand 4.0 age developed according to the information literacy standards in higher education level of the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL). Data analysis was conducted with percentage, mean and multiple regression analysis. According to the research results, it was found that 1. Regarding digital Information literacy of information science undergraduate students, SuanSunandhaRajabhat University in Thailand 4.0 age had a score between 13 to 24 points, which were the lowest level of digital Information literacy level. Secondarily, the scores ranged from 25 to 36 points, which were a moderate level of digital information literacy. And, lastly, score ranged from 37 to 48 points, which were a high level of digital literacy respectively. 2. According to hypothesis test, variables of all 7 factors of personal and information literacy experience could demonstrate dependent variables wasdigital information literacy in Thailand 4.0 age of information science undergraduate students, SuanSunandhaRajabhat University was 14% with R2 = .140 and F = 2.286. When considering several variables, it was found that the solely best variable to explain digital Information literacy was the variable regarding training attendance of database utilization in Academic Resource Center with significant value at .001, that is to say, the digital information literacy of SSRU undergraduate students depended on the training attendance of database utilization in Academic Resource Center; consequently, such literacy would gain more efficiency. Keywords: Information literacy, Digital media, Economic policy, Thailand 4.0 age

Type : Research paper

Published : Volume-3,Issue-10


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