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The materials presented in the survey will be of interest to a wide range of specialists It focuses on the use of ICTs for administrative purposes, communication, teaching and learning, curriculum development and assessment, career education and guidance, labour market information, job placement, and systems control, displaying specific features of various types of ICTs commonly applied in different spheres of vocational education.
The materials presented in the survey will be of interest to a wide range of specialists from high-level policy- and decision-makers to teachers, researchers, programme product developers and evaluators, and in general, to all educators involved in this subject. For further information please contact: Singapore Polytechnic Virtual College Distance Education for the Information Society Reach the Unreached and Include the Excluded Career Education and Guidance Worldwide Instructional Design System Australian Flexible Learning Toolboxes Bridging the Digital Divide: Using Telecentres to Bridge the Digital Divide Differences between the Old and the New Economies Appropriate Technology for Different Teaching Levels Affordances and Limitations of Modalities Workers aged 25 to 54 years taking employment-related training, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.
Administrative Uses of ICTs User of Training by time spent on e-learning, blended learning and classroom tuition in selected EU Member States.
The following experts participated in the meeting: Objectives This analytical survey had two main objectives: Target audience This analytical survey will be of interest to all key stakeholders involved in TVET, and to the following groups in particular: A thorough literature search was performed to access current publications from library systems and the World Wide Web.
Limitations This analytical survey had the following limitations: In reviewing the literature and research for this section every attempt was made to locate publications related to TVET. However, publications focused on general education were reviewed when no suitable TVET publications could be found.
This allows the reader to make inferences regarding the relevance of the discussion to TVET. Acknowledgements The author wishes to thank the following individuals who have contributed to this analytical survey: All the international experts who participated in the working group meeting for their initial insight about key issues to be addressed by this survey.
All colleagues from many countries who responded to our request for information and submitted materials for review.
Dr France Boutin for collaborating in the research and writing of this analytical survey. Mr Ian Ponce for conducting numerous hours of library and Internet research, reviewing and summarizing the literature and research. New information and communication technologies have dramatically changed the way we live, learn, and work, and even think about work.
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