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This study aims to assess the psychometric properties of the 17-item 3-factors perceived ICT literacy scale in a sample of Turkish undergraduate students. Previous research on measuring ICT literacy mostly focused on the technical competence dimension of the ICT use. The current scale not only considers the technical literacy but it also evaluates the information literacy. The scale consists of three factors, each of which refers to one dimension of the Information and Communication Technology (ICT). Data were collected from 284 undergraduate students educated at different departments. Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) using maximum likelihood estimation procedure was applied to test the psychometric properties of the scale. Results of the CFA indicated that the scale showed acceptable levels of validity. Considering the reliability values, all the subscales and the scale as a whole showed adequate reliability values. The limitations of the scale were discussed and some implications were suggested.
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