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Reflections on the use of ICTs in education: perspectives from EU-supported social science research Dr. Angelos Agalianos European Commission DG-Research [email protected] Brussels, 11 December 2003. In FP4 and FP5. started in FP4 (TSER)

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Reflections on the use of ICTs

in education:

perspectives from EU-supported social science research

Dr. Angelos Agalianos

European Commission DG-Research

[email protected]

Brussels, 11 December 2003


In fp4 and fp5
In FP4 and FP5

  • started in FP4 (TSER)

  • no separate programme for ed. research -integral part of EU programme for research in the social sciences

  • more than 55 projects + 5 clusters

  • > 40 million €

  • > 420 research teams

  • Results available at:

    http://www.pjb.co.uk/npl/index.htm


Report
Report

European Union-supported

educational research 1995-2003

briefing papers for policy makers

http://www.pjb.co.uk/npl/index.htm


Task force educational multimedia
Task Force Educational Multimedia

http://www.ecotec.com/mes/projlist/html


A key message

A key message

ICTs in education

Besides access to technology, a number of other factors determine the success or failure of ICT-related educational innovation.

The use of technology in classrooms is socially contextualised, interacting with the institutional and organisational cultures of schools and reflecting elements of the prevailing social relations in and around the context of use.


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