Innovation in education

Information and communications technology


  • Technology-enabled active learning environments: an appraisal, July 2010.
  • ICT and Educational Property Management, no. 54, February 2004.
  • Clicks, Bricks and Spondulicks - Feature, no. 50, October 2003.
  • Designing Tomorrow's School, no. 49, June 2003.
  • Towards a Learning Society: LETA 2000, no. 42, February 2001.
    The Multifunctional Digital Centre: A Concept for Developing Countries in the Electronic Age, no. 42, February 2001.
  • New Technology and Education in Finland, no. 41, October 2000.
  • Debate: Wired versus Wireless, no. 40, June 2000.

Case studies:

Tweedale, Robyn (2002), "Integration of Information Technology and Physical Asset Planning an Management: A Case Study of Queensland University of Technology", Commonwealth of Australia.


International meetings:

"Clicks, Bricks and Spondulicks - summary report , PEB seminar on the relationship beween the built learning environment and ICT, held in Australia, 2003.

""Promoting Equity Through ICT in Education: Projects, Problems, Prospects"", OECD/Hungary workshop in Budapest, Hungary, 12-13 June 2003.

In December 2000, the Milan Centre for Educational Innovation and Experimentation (CISEM) held an international seminar entitled "Intelligent School - Towards the Scolastic Architecture of the Future". François Louis, of the Inspection générale de l'administration de l'Éducation nationale et de la Recherche in France, spoke on behalf of PEB in his capacity as chairman of the PEB Steering Committee; his presentation is available here.

"School Technology through the Eyes of Its Users " (2001), by Donald Hirsch.

Report of a roundtable discussion on learning with information and communications technology, in schools and at home - between 29 students age 17-20, representatives of OECD governments, and local public and private partners, organised by the OECD Centre for Educational Research and Innovation (CERI) in Aix en Provence, France, in December 2000.

See also:

Are Students Ready for a Technology-Rich World?: What PISA Studies Tell Us
Information and communications technology (ICT) has profound implications for education, both because ICT can facilitate new forms of learning and because it has become important for young people to master ICT in preparation for adult life. This book examines how extensive access to ICT is in schools, how it is used by students, how it impacts student performance and the implications for educational policy. The work is based data collected by the OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA).
OECD code 982006011P1, ISBN 9264036083, January 2006, 138 pages

"Clicks on Bricks", reports consolidated by Kenn Fisher, Director, Learning Environments, on the impact that new learning technologies have on physical facilities of vocational education and training in Australia.

Computer and Internet Use by Students in 2003, by M. DeBell and C. Chapman, NCES (National Center for Education Statistics), September 2006.


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