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PISA 2009 Results: Students On Line

Digital Technologies and Performance (Volume VI)

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This sixth volume of PISA 2009 results explores students’ use of information technologies to learn. For PISA 2009, the framework for reading literacy has been developed to encompass reading electronic texts. This has led to an expansion of the description of text types to take account of the electronic environment, as well as a redefinition of the aspects of reading, to embrace, for example, the requirement for integration of information from multiple unrelated texts, as well as other features. The PISA 2009 reading framework and the assessment instrument together provide an operational definition and description of the distinctive structures and types of both text and task that constitute electronic reading, allowing an exploration of factors that contribute to difficulty. PISA 2009 therefore provides an opportunity to investigate electronic reading on a large scale. This book presents some initial findings.

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Navigation in the PISA 2009 Digital Reading Assessment

Navigation is a key feature of digital reading. Tracking and analysing the sequences of pages students visit to complete a task can help to identify which navigation behaviours are associated with greater digital reading proficiency. In addition to examining this relationship, the chapter presents a series of case studies showing how students respond to certain digital reading tasks.

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