PISA 2009 Results: Students On Line: Digital Technologies and Performance (Volume VI)
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PISA 2009: Overview of performance in digital reading, navigation and computer use
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Tables, figures, annex material and online database
In 2009, students in 19 countries and economies took a PISA test using computers which tested their ability to navigate and evaluate information on line. Students also filled in a background questionnaire providing information on their use of computers both in school and at home.
This report presents the initial findings of the survey.
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Annex A1a: Construction of digital reading scales and indices from the student, school and ICT questionnaires
Annex A1b: Construction of navigation indices
Annex A2: The PISA target population, the PISA samples and the definition of schools
Annex A5: Development of the PISA assessment instruments for print and digital reading
Annex A6: Tables showing the relationships between ICT activities and performance in print reading, mathematics and science
Annex B1: Results for countries and economies
Annex B2: Results for regions within countries
PISA 2009 online database