ICT in Education Toolkit Version 2.0a
September 2006
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Tool 1.3: Mapping of ICT in Education
  OVERVIEW
1 Collect Information
2 Map Country Readiness for ICTs
ICT Policies and Plans
Preparedness of ICT Sector
3 Map Education Sector Readiness for ICT
Policies, Plans and Projects
Preparedness of the Education Sector
Present Usage of ICTs in Education
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Toolbox 1:
Mapping Present Situation
1.1 Mapping of National Vision, Goals and Plans
1.2 Mapping of Educational Context
1.3 Mapping of ICT in Education
1.4 Analysis of Dynamics for Change
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  Collection of Information
 

The Facilitation Team needs to collect existing documentation and information regarding the readiness of country/region for ICT-related interventions in education. It is not expected to generate new data.

1. Collection of Information

To map readiness for ICT-related interventions in education, you will need information regarding the following subjects:

  • Policies, plans and projects related to the ICT sector
  • Preparedness and capacity of the ICT sector
  • Policies, plans and projects related to ICTs in education
  • Preparedness and capacity of the education sector for effective ICT interventions. This includes information on hardware availability, quality of infrastructure and hardware and support for ICT interventions.
  • The way schools presently use ICTs for educational purposes

More details on the information needed is provided in the next sections.

There are three complementary ways to collect the necessary information:

 Collect documentation that contains the relevant information.

  • Examples of primary documents are: legislation, national plans, ICT reports and studies
  • Examples of secondary documents are: development program documents prepared for international agencies, reports of the U.N. and its agencies, and statistics reports.
  • Examples of web sites:
    • UNDP Human Development Reports
      http://hdr.undp.org/reports/global/2004/
    • World Bank Data and Statistics:
      http://www.worldbank.org/data/databytopic/databytopic.html
    • ITU reports and data:
      http://www.itu.int/home/index.html

Seek input from specialists individuals or institutions - in respective subjects. You may download any of the forms provided in the next sections and send it to the specialist requesting that it be completed and sent back to you.

Provide Questionnaire to specialists individuals or institutions - in respective subjects/regions via the Toolkit.

It is advisable to maintain a "bookshelf" of relevant documents for later reference. If any of the documents are in digital form, they may be uploaded and saved in the Team Bookshelf. Non-digital documents may be scanned and uploaded.


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