Nová ekonomika mění požadavky na vzdělávání na vysokých školách
[New Economy Change Requirements to Education at Universities]
AbstractThere are many social changes in the era of new economy. The most important change is exploitation of the up to date information and communication technologies. At present we do not only automate existing processes, but form completely new structures of processes and activities. We can consider new economy as era of the inputting new information technologies, creative cogitation of people and advancement of human potential to society. It brings new requests for education process at universities above all. Universities should educate people, how to realize and use new actions and technologies in practice.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 17622.
Date of creation: Sep 2001
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Information and communication technologies; new economy; globalization; on-line education; distant learning;
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