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Harnessing technology survey 2009-10 - adult and community learning: analytical report

NIACE, corp creator. (2010) Harnessing technology survey 2009-10 - adult and community learning: analytical report.

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Abstract

The report provides an analysis of the use made of technology by providers and staff in the adult and community learning sub-sector. The report is available with data tables and a technical appendix which describes the research methodology. Becta’s work within the further education and skills system began with FE Colleges in 2001, extending to other providers in the Further Education and Skills sector in 2007. This extension covered FE Colleges, Adult and Community Learning (ACL), Work-Based Learning and Offender Learning. The 2008/09 survey illustrated a sector variously engaged with technology but limited by time, with low levels of online learning, and led predominately by enthusiasts. The 2009/10 survey sought to assess the state of ILT implementation within ACL and identify any key changes, one year on.

Item Type: Document from Web
Variant Title: The most recent survey of technology use and implementation in adult and community learning, both local authority and voluntary sector.
Publisher: NIACE
Uncontrolled Keywords: definitions, managers, practitioners, local government, voluntary sector, use of ict, security, local government, barriers to technology use, e-maturity, adequacy of resources, learning materials, specific technologies used.
Depositing User: Batch Import
Date Deposited: 24 Jan 2011 02:52
Last Modified: 03 Jul 2012 18:05
URI: http://dera.ioe.ac.uk/id/eprint/1686
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