• Mobile Learning

    Mobile learning involves the use of mobile technology, either alone or in combination with other information and communication technology (ICT), to enable learning anytime and anywhere. Learning can unfold in a variety of ways: people can use mobile devices to access...

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  • Gender Equality

    Gender inequality in education and technology accessibility affects everyone, but girls and women are still more often disadvantaged. Poverty, geographical isolation, minority status, disabilities, early marriage and pregnancy, gender-based violence, and...

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  • Youth Innovation

    Rapid technological changes are creating a “Fourth Industrial Revolution” that is fundamentally altering the way people live, work, and relate to one another as well as potentially disrupting entire industries. To prepare youth for this ever-changing...

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  • Open Educational Resources

    Open Educational Resources (OER) are teaching, learning or research materials that are in the public domain or that can be used under an intellectual property license that allows re-use or adaptation (e.g Creative Commons). The potential of opening up educational...

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  • Technical and Vocational Education and Training

    Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) integrates “employability skills” in national education systems so that governments can lay the basis for a stronger society and a more resilient economy. This can be done in formal and non-formal settings....

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  • Education Policy

    UNESCO focuses on providing capacity building required to support an active and transformative ICT in Education policy. An education policy with a focus on ICT can help strengthen the democratization and transparency of education planning and management....

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  • Teacher Education

    The quality of teachers and their continuing professional education and training remain central to the achievement of quality education. Yet today, the number and quality of teachers, teaching practice and teacher education are facing serious systemic challenges...

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  • E-Learning

    One of the basic requirements for education in the 21st century is to prepare populations for participation in a knowledge-based economy, including the social and cultural perspectives. E-learning is a cornerstone for building inclusive knowledge societies.

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The joint UNESCO-Intel platform “ICT in Education Policy” supports countries to create and discuss forward-thinking plans and policies. People interested in the field of ICT in Education, such as ministry officials, academia, practitioners and other stakeholders, are welcome to freely access resources, news, events, and engage in policy discussions worldwide.

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