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2015, br. 1-2, str. 40-53
Innovative ICT tools and team work in the elder people wealth
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aUniverzitet Union, Računarski fakultet - RAF, Beograd
bUniverzitet Singidunum, Beograd
cWelfare Department in Municipality Stari grad, Belgrade

e-adresaboris.jevtic@gmail.com, rraco@starigrad.org.rs
Ključne reči: demographics; older population; Innovative Team Mental Training; ICT tools
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The qualitative research presented in this paper would like to support social care activities of old generation with ICT-enabled solutions. The objective of this research is to study the satisfaction of team learning of older people using ICT technologies as innovative method and tools in an individual development for cognitive capabilities efficacy. The target group of this research was 90 aged people older than 65, having been chosen for individual development of capabilities efficacy training at Stari Grad Municipality's Social Protection Department, Belgrade, Serbia in 2014. The data was collected by using the questionnaire asking about the personal information, learning satisfaction on the group activities, and group team leader, and the learning outcomes of the training concerning their cognitive skills improvement, and used innovative communication and information technology. The main tool for improving their communication and cognitive skills was touching screen and ICT technologies hardware and software instruments. The data analysis was done by using a statistical program consisted of percentage, mean, standard deviation, Pearson's Product Moment Correlation Coefficient and Multiple Regression Analysis. The finding showed that the older populations' satisfaction towards the innovative team method and ICT technology tools was in the highest level. There were the positive relationships between the learning method and tools satisfaction and the learning outcomes. The main contribution of the research realized and presented in the paper is very high satisfaction of the older population with innovative tools of ICT technologies and communication introduces and used in the training, as well as wishes to continue the communication with computer, usage of various software and means in their future life.
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