Because of this relevance, its scope is much wider than its technical underpinnings would imply, and because the field is currently witnessing the emergence of a series of radical new subfields, it potentially stands at the forefront of sweeping changes in how we live our lives and relate to the world around us.
It’s consequently the mission of to catalyse these changes and provide the most comprehensive outlet for every burgeoning and established subfield within computer science.
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Information technology and the goals of education: making nails for the hammer.
Ethical, psychological and societal problems of the application of ICTs in education (pp. Moscow: UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 7(2), 1-15.
Adaptation for a changing environment: Developing learning and teaching with information and communication technologies.
Benchmarking access and use of ICT in European schools 2006: Results from Head teacher and a classroom surveys in 27 European countries.
It’s a well-worn fact that information and communication technology (ICT) is now an inextricable part of human life.
Whether we are socializing, working, communicating, engineering, researching or fighting wars, it finds its place as an indispensable component of our activities.