UNDERGRADUATE BRAZILIAN FRESHMEN: COMPUTER LITERACY FACTORS, DIMENSIONS AND VISIONS
Brazilian society has experienced an increase of computing devices used by the population in general. Anyhow, individuals might be technologically unprepared to deal with them, particularly at in-developing countries. At the Information System education, this technological gap might affect undergraduate freshmen students’ performance. Thus, the goal of this study was to identify the most relevant computer literacy dimensions and factors required from freshmen. The research method was a combination of two techniques, Systematic Literature Review followed by a Delphi technique. We found 24 factors that are most relevant to the Brazilian context regarding freshmen students learning goals. They were classified according to: i) seven different dimensions and ii) four different visions: teachers, industry managers, researchers, and a blend of these three visions.