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Outcomes. In: Soumitra, D. – Geiger, T. – Lanvin, B. (eds): The Global Information Technology Report 2015. Geneva, ICTs for Inclusive Growth World Economic Forum and INSEAD. 5

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) Towards a Conceptualization of Social Entrepreneurship in Higher Education. The International Journal of Management Science and Information Technology (IJMSIT), NAISIT Publishers, Toronto , Vol. II. No. 10

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Stolterman, E. – Fors, C. A. (2004) Information Technology and the Good Life. In: Information Systems Research: Relevant Theory and Informed Practice. p. 689. 31 Svecnik, E

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Authors: Balázs Hámori and Katalin Szabó†

Readiness Index 2012: Benchmarking ICT Progress and Impacts for the Next Decade. In: Dutta, S. & Bilbao-Osorio, B. (eds) The Global Information Technology Report, 2012. Living in a Hyperconnected World. Geneva

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Informatics. Subotica. 27 Mumtaz, S. (2000) Factors Affecting Teachers’ Use of Information and Communications Technology: a Review of the Literature. Journal of Information

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) OECD Information Technology Outlook 2010 . OECD Publishing. 47 OECD (2014) Report by the Public Governance Committee on the Implementation of the Recommendation of

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, K. , & O'Malley , K. ( 2015 ). Educational technology: A review of the integration, resources, and effectiveness of technology in K-12 classrooms . Journal of Information Technology Education: Research , 14 , 397 – 416 . 10.28945/2298 Doiz

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academic path. Table 1. Differences in training levels among the members of the study group ( N : 27) Faculty Persons Level Persons Faculty of Medicine 1 VET a 2 Faculty of Humanities 11 BA /BSc 9 Faculty of Information Technology 4 MA 1 Faculty of

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logistics it - Information Technology 60 5-6 263-271 2018 12 19 10.1515/itit-2017

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Hungarian Journal of Legal Studies
Authors: Miklós Könczöl, Viktor Olivér Lőrincz, and Gábor Kecskés

argue for a more open-minded approach when legislating on new information technologies. Here, their contention is that since the state cannot (and should not) impede technical development, it should adopt a less restrictive stance to be able to profit

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