Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Cox and Mary Webb and C. Abbott and B. Blakely and Tony Beauchamp and V. Rhodes Published Political Science, Sociology wiki.
Impact of ICT on Teaching and Learning: A Literature Review
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This review from the Center for Information and Society identifies and assesses empirical evidence on: 1 venue performance and sustainability; 2 users: 3 usage patterns; and 4 downstream impacts. Most of the literature evaluates process rather than impact. Solid evidence of impact remains elusive, and the evidence that does exist is mixed. ICTs are believed to be important in socioeconomic development, but resource constraints in developing nations limit ICT access. Public access ICT initiatives have therefore emerged.
Chronic poverty and education: a review of literature. CPRC Working Paper No. 131.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Duraiappah Published Economics There is much controversy surrounding the poverty-environmental degradation nexus. The predominant school of thought argues that poverty is a major cause of environmental degradation and if policy makers want to address the environmental issues, then they must first address the poverty problem. Another school of thought argues that this causal link is too simplistic and the nexus is governed by a complex web of factors.