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New publication on using ICT to develop literacy
A concise overview on the issue of literacy and on how ICT can be used to improve literacy education provides a new UNESCO publication entitled "Using ICT to Develop Literacy".

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New publication on using ICT to develop literacy

25-08-2006 (Bangkok)
New publication on using ICT to develop literacy
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A concise overview on the issue of literacy and on how ICT can be used to improve literacy education provides a new UNESCO publication entitled "Using ICT to Develop Literacy".
The publication, produced by UNESCO's office in Bangkok with the support of Japanese Funds-in-Trust, discusses five areas in which ICT can be utilized in literacy education (enhancing learning; raising access to literacy education; training of teachers; localizing content; and creating a literacy-conducive environment) and provides examples of projects in which ICT has been utilized effectively to improve literacy education.

The booklet concludes with recommendations for policy makers regarding the use of ICT in literacy campaigns.

The publication covers the following issues:

  • How You Can Use This Booklet?

  • What is Literacy?

  • Why Literacy Matters?

  • Literacy Facts and Figures

  • The United Nations Literacy Decade
  • ICT as a Tool for Achieving Literacy for All

  • What role can ICT Play in Promoting Literacy?

  • Case Studies: Common Issues and Lessons Learned

  • A Memorandum for Policy Makers


  • Bibliographic entry:
    Using ICT to Develop Literacy . - Editor-in-Chief: Cedric Wachholz, Editor: Ellie Meleisea . - Bangkok: UNESCO, 2006. 60p. ISBN 92-9223-088-3

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  • This item can be found in the following topics:
          · Capacity Building: News Archives 2006
          · ICT in Education: News Archives 2006
          · ICT in Education


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