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1 Introduction
2 ICTs: Myths and Realities
2.1 Myth 1: ICTs are one monolithic entity
2.2 Myth 2: The effects of ICTs are definite
2.3 Myth 3: ICTs mean computers and the Internet
2.4 Myth 4: ICTs are a substitute for schools and teachers
3 Challenges to Education Systems
3.1 Unfinished Business
3.2 Global Challenges
3.2.1 Globalization of the Economy
3.2.2 Globalization of Knowledge
3.2.3 “Marketization” of Educational Services
3.3 New Demands
3.4 Financial Resources
3.5 Implications for Education
4 The Role and Nature of ICTs
4.1 Necessity of ICTs
4.2 ICTs for Instructional Objectives
4.3 ICTs and Learning Location
4.4 ICTs and the School
5 The Potential of ICTs: Enhancement of Educational Objectives
5.1 Expanding Educational Opportunities
5.1.1 The Objective
5.1.2 The Potential
5.1.3.1.2 Interactive Radio Instruction (IRI)2
5.1.3.2 Television
5.1.3.3 Virtual High Schools
5.1.3.4 Virtual Universities
5.2 Increasing Efficiency
5.2.1 The Objective3
5.2.2 The Potential
5.2.3 Specific Solutions
5.3 Enhancing Quality of Learning
5.3.1 The Objective
5.3.2 The Potential
5.3.3 Specific Solutions
5.3.3.1 Radio and Television Programs
5.3.3.2 Electronic Multimedia Learning Modules
5.3.3.3 Virtual Labs
5.3.3.4 Connecting with the World5
5.3.3.5 Designing and Creating Things
5.4 Enhancing Quality of Teaching
5.4.1 The Objective
5.4.2 The Potential
5.4.3 Specific Solutions
5.4.3.1 Multimedia Training and Support
5.4.3.2 Videos for Training
5.4.3.3 Teacher Development Portal
5.4.3.4 Internet Resources for Teachers6
5.5 Facilitating Skill Formation
5.5.1 The Objective
5.5.2 The Potential
5.5.3 Specific Solutions
5.5.3.1 Simulations
5.5.3.2 Competency-Based Multimedia
5.5.3.3 Video and Interactive Media
5.5.3.4 Workplace Training
5.6 Sustaining Lifelong Learning
5.6.1 The Objective
5.6.2 The Potential
5.6.3 Specific Solutions
5.6.3.1 Expansion of Educational Opportunities and Skill Formation
5.6.3.2 Open Universities
5.6.3.3 Universities for the “Third Age”
5.7 Improving Policy Planning and Management
5.7.1 The Objective8
5.7.2 The Potential
5.7.3 Specific Solutions
5.7.3.1 Education Management Information System (EMIS)9
5.7.3.2 Simulations for Policy Analysis and Formulation10
5.8 Advancing Community Linkages
5.8.1 The Objective
5.8.1.1 The ICT Gap
5.8.1.2 The Need for ICT Access
5.8.1.3 The Gender Divide
5.8.2 The Potential
5.8.3.2.3 Participation in Telecenters: Obstacles and Strategies14
5.8.3.2.4 Women and Telecenters15
6 From Potential to Effectiveness
6.1 Educational Policy
6.2 Approach to ICTs
6.3 Infrastructure
6.4 ICT-Enhanced Content
6.5 Committed and Trained Personnel
6.6 Financial Resources
6.7 Integration
6.8 Piloting and Evaluation
7 Conclusion
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ICTs for Education. Wadi D. Haddad

ICTs for Education. Wadi D. Haddad

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