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 Title & Authors
A Study on National ICT Competency Model
Kim, Jee-Hyun; Cho, Young-Im;
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 Abstract
Korea`s e-government is the world best system and the open government data field is also ranking number 1 by UN evaluation. Therefore Korea`s ICT level is ranking number 1 in the world especially in ICT (Information Communication Technology). However, in terms of national ICT capabilities, national ICT competency education is tend to perform by the simple list of courses rather than detail definition of the specific skills or training. In this paper, we define the national ICT capabilities through research and analysis of the national ICT competency model and define the relevant curriculum. This is very important to develop national ICT competency as well as ICT technologies because other countries will develop their information by learning from Korea`s ICT and e-government as a model. Therefore, we firstly study about the national ICT competency model and will be drawn from the courses required for national ICT competency model.
 Keywords
Information competency;national ICT competency model;global information competency education;
 Language
Korean
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