ICT Training as a Way to Maintain Professional Activity of Persons over 50
AbstractPersons over 50yo are experiencing more often than younger people some forms of social exclusion. Lack of acceptance of ICT and/or lack of ICT access, commonly known as digital divide is probably the most important form of social exclusion experienced by mentioned group in Poland. ICT connected skills are perceived as one of most important predictors of maintaining professional activity by older people. Current situation when such skills are often lacking or not enough high or up to date in perception of employers leads to propose some training activities developing and deepening such skills, not only strictly professionally required but also making everyday life easier. Paper presents as case study ICT training activities undertaken in testing project which main goal was to develop and pilot test an innovative methodology for extending working activity of people aged 50+. Positive effects of proposed learning method allowed to confirm and validate selected approach.
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This chapter was published in: Dorota Macik & Radoslaw Macik , , pages 845-854, 2013.
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ICT training; 50+ age group; digital divide; maintaining work; case study;
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