Practical Guide to Implement Surveys on ICT Use in Primary and Secondary Schools
This Practical Guide to Implement Surveys on ICT Use in Primary and Secondary Schools is a step-by-step methodological reference. It presents the critical steps to plan, design and implement a survey to collect data on information and communication technologies (ICT) use in education to ultimately produce relevant, robust and reliable indicators that inform policymaking. This Practical Guide does not elaborate on statistical or academic matters – although it provides additional references and sources for further review. Instead, it offers practical guidelines to plan and conduct large scale surveys on ICT in education that will serve to improve policy decision-making.
The purpose of this guide is to serve as a useful reference for government agencies interested in measuring ICT use in education as well as for researchers and key stakeholders in the education field.
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A related article on "The Importance of Monitoring and Improving ICT Use in Education Post-Confinement" can be found here: