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Publisher/s:  UNESCO Infodev AED
Published:  2007

ICT-in-Education Toolkit for policy makers, planners and practitioners

V 2.0

ICT-in-Education Toolkit provides education policy makers, planners and practitioners with a systematic process to formulate, plan and evaluate education development programs enhanced by Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs).

The Toolkit contains six toolboxes - a total of 19 tools - that provide interactive instruments and step-by-step guidelines which assist users:

  • Map the National, Technological, and Educational Situation
  • Formulate and Assess ICT-Enhanced programs
  • Plan for Physical and Human Requirements
  • Plan for ICT-Enhanced Content
  • Generate Program Costs
  • Create a Master Plan
  • Monitor Implementation, Effectiveness, and Impact
The Toolkit contains also a Reference Handbook that summarizes worldwide knowledge, research, and experience on the effective use of ICTs for Education.

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