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'Multimedia in Education' Curriculum

This is a new edition of the book prepared by the international experts – Mr Bent B. Andresen (Danish University of Education, Denmark) and Ms Katja van den Brink (University of Landau, Germany) – that was initially issued in 2001 by U...
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Introduction to MOOCs: Avalanche, Illusion or Augmentation?

The New York Times labeled 2012 ‘The Year of the MOOC’. Less than 24 months after the launch of the first massive open online course (MOOC) at Stanford University and with potentially over 5 million students around the world now regist...
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ICTs in Early Chidhood Care and Education

One of the important research findings of 20th century was the recognition that early childhood and primary education stages play the key role in the development of the personality of children. Similar attention in high quality early childhood edu...
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Quality management and assurance in ICT-integrated pedagogy

‘Quality management and assurance’ (QA) is the process of ensuring that systems, establishments, practices and resources are ‘fit for purpose’. Each educational sector and each subject could have its own purposes and fitnes...
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IITE-2012 International Conference “ICT in Education: Pedagogy, Educational Resources and Quality Assurance”(Abstracts)

The event was organized by UNESCO IITE and UNESCO Moscow Office in cooperation with the Moscow State University of Economics, Statistics and Informatics (MESI) and State Institute of Information Technologies and Telecommunications “Informika...
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ICTs for Curriculum Change

Three rationales are prominent in the reasoning about integration of ICTs in the curriculum: the social rationale, the vocational and the pedagogical rationale. All students need to master ICT literacy to become full-fledged members of society (th...
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Personalized Learning: A New ICT-Enabled Education Approach

Personalized learning becomes increasingly prominent in policy discussions on the future of education. This interest has emerged from understanding that the ‘one size fits all’ approach to acquiring knowledge in today’s education...
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ICTs in Global Learning/Teaching/Training

Despite their clear potential, the expectation that ICTs will advance learning, teaching and training is often frustrated. Computers are powerful tools for the manipulation of symbols (words, numbers, images), which is a core educational activity....
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Technology-Enhanced Assessment in Education

ICTs offer new opportunities for innovation in educational assessment. These opportunities could be positioned in a continuum where the lower extreme is the transference from paper-pencil tests to ICT-based tests and the higher extreme is the use ...
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ICTs in Museum Education

The key objective of this Policy Brief is to analyze current requirements to ICTs in museum education. It contains a general overview of ICT implementation strategies in museum education worldwide, as well as a description of challenges of integra...
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