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ICT implementation: what makes the difference?

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This paper addresses the question of why some schools have managed to introduce widespread use of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) into teaching and learning across the curriculum, where other schools have had much less “success” in this matter. The issue is addressed through interpretive, case study research in a UK secondary school where almost all staff are now using ICT to enhance and extend learning in their subject areas. After setting the context, a summary of the methods used and an overview of the findings are presented. Whilst some of the findings are specific to the context, it is suggested that much can be learnt from the single case, both by practitioners seeking to develop ICT use and researchers interested in taking the subject forward in other contexts.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Telematics Centre, University of Exeter School of Education and Lifelong Learning, Exeter, UK., Email: [email protected]

Publication date: 2003-11-01

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