The impact of ICT in schools: a landscape review
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Professor Rae Condie, Bob Munro and Liz Seagraves

This review summarises the key messages from published literature on the impact of ICT education in schools. It focuses on the infrastructure needed to support the use of ICT; its impact on learning and teaching; and on the extent to which ICT supports communication and links across schools and into the wider community. It concludes by drawing out several issues for further exploration and research.

The review covers over 350 evidence sources, ranging from policy documents, professional journals, research reports, reviews and digests, to commercial publications. Much of the evidence of impact on attainment and intermediate outcomes, such as motivation and engagement, is derived from small-scale case studies. 

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Professor Rae Condie, Bob Munro and Liz Seagraves

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Strathclyde University - Quality in Education Centre

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With its focus on the impact ICT can have on pupils learning, this review will be useful for both ICT teaching staff, and those responsible for the administration and maintenance of schools’ facilities. 


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