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Current Situation and Improvement of Secondary Vocational Students' Digital Literacy in China

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DOI: 10.23977/aetp.2023.071609 | Downloads: 10 | Views: 231


Huang Yahui 1,2, Norita E. Manly 2


1 Suzhou Industrial Park Institution of Vocational Technology, Suzhou, Jiangsu, 215000, China
2 Adamson University, Manila, 1000, Philippine

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The purpose of this study is to analyze the digital literacy of target students, explore the current situation of digital literacy of target students, and propose targeted improvement strategies. The subjects of this study were students from the secondary vocational college in China. The students were chosen at random. The research framework should be established on the basis of the research of scholars from different countries. Based on competency model theory and complexity theory, a questionnaire on digital literacy of secondary vocational students was compiled by using analytic hierarchy process and questionnaire survey. Combined with the digital performance evaluation of secondary vocational students, descriptive analysis, difference analysis and correlation analysis are carried out on the data collected by the questionnaire. Finally, according to the conclusions of the research, this paper puts forward recommendations on improving the digital literacy of secondary vocational students.


Digital Literacy; Secondary Vocational Students; Current Situation in China; Improvement


Huang Yahui, Norita E. Manly, Current Situation and Improvement of Secondary Vocational Students' Digital Literacy in China. Advances in Educational Technology and Psychology (2023) Vol. 7: 75-79. DOI:


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