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DER mid-program review - assessing progress of the DER and potential future directions: final report

Posted on 11 Apr 2014 with 0 comments
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This review sought to ascertain whether the DER has been a catalyst for positive change that establishes the foundations for improved use of ICT in education. The review involved analysis of reports provided by education authorities; interviews, workshops and focus groups with more than 200 stakeholders; and a literature review. The absence of comparable quantitative research was a significant limitation of the review, requiring a heavy reliance on qualitative views from stakeholders.


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