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infoDev Knowledge Maps

 

March 2005 - November 2008

 

infoDev's Knowledge Maps on ICTs in education are intended to serve as quick snapshots of what the research literature reveals in a number of key areas. They are not meant to be an exhaustive catalog of everything that is known (or has been debated) about the use of ICTs in education in a particular topic; rather, taken together they are an attempt to summarize and give shape to a very large body of knowledge and to highlight certain issues in a format quickly accessible to busy policymakers. The infoDev knowledge mapping exercise is meant to identify key general assertions and gaps in the knowledge base of what is known about the use of ICTs in education, especially as such knowledge may relate to the education-related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

 

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Knowledge map : impact of ICTs on learning and achievement (English)

It is generally believed that information and communication technologies (ICTs) can empower teachers and learners, promote change and foster the development of '21st century skills, but data to support these beliefs are still limited. ... See More +

Brief 46624 NOV 01, 2008

Trucano, Michael Disclosed

Knowledge map : monitoring and evaluation (English)

Bias is a very real issue in most of the monitoring and evaluation work done of information and communication technologies (ICT) in education issues across the board. ... See More +

Brief 46632 JAN 01, 2008

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Knowledge map : school-level issues (English)

Best practice exists for most issues relating to uses of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in education at the school level. ... See More +

Brief 46637 JAN 01, 2008

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Knowledge map : current projects and practices (English)

Locating and identifying the uses of information and communication technologies (ICTs) to benefit education in developing countries is a tedious, difficult, time-consuming, and ad hoc task. ... See More +

Brief 46636 JAN 01, 2008

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Knowledge map : content and curriculum issues (English)

At first glance, content issues related to information and communication technologies (ICTs) use in education might seem to some to be of minor importance. ... See More +

Brief 46635 MAR 01, 2005

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Knowledge map : teachers, teaching and ICTs (English)

Teacher training and on-going, relevant professional development are essential if benefits from investments in information and communication technologies (ICTs) are to be maximized. ... See More +

Brief 46633 MAR 01, 2005

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Knowledge map : equity issues: gender, special needs and marginalized groups (English)

Equity issues are critical and acute. It is clear that there are critical equity issues related to the uses of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in education. ... See More +

Brief 46634 MAR 01, 2005

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Knowledge maps : ICTs in education - what do we know about the effective uses of information and communication technologies in education in developing countries? (English)

Recent work at infoDev created a "Knowledge Map" of what is known - and what isn't - about information and communication technology (ICT) use in education. ... See More +

Working Paper 31953 JAN 01, 2005

Trucano, Michael Disclosed