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IT in Education (Policy Documents and Reports)

 

 

 

Policy Documents

 

* The Fourth Strategy on IT in Education: Consultation Document (May 2014)

 

* The Third Strategy on IT in Education: Right Technology at the Right Time for the Right Task (December 2008)

 

- Consultation Document (October 2007)

 

* The Second Strategy on IT in Education: Empowering Learning and Teaching with IT (July 2004)

 

* The First Strategy on IT in Education: Information Technology for Learning in a New Era Five-Year Strategy 1998/99 to 2002/03 ZIP

 

   < Steering Committee on Strategic Development of Information Technology in Education (March 2014) >

 

Reports

 

* Report on the Review Surveys of the Third Strategy on Information Technology in Education (December 2012) PDF    Appendices PDF

 

* Working Group on Textbooks and E-Learning Resources Development - Final Report (October 2009) PDF (6.15MB)

 

* Report on the Survey and Review of Expenditure on IT in Education Related Activities in Public Sector Schools (30 June 2008) PDF

 

* Revamp of the teachers' IT Training Framework (November 2007) PDF

 

* Information Literacy Framework for Hong Kong: Building the Capacity of Learning to Learn in the Information Age (2005) PDF

 

* Review of "Empowering Learning and Teaching with IT (July 2004)"

 

- Phase (II) Study on Evaluating the Effectiveness of the 'Empowering Learning and Teaching with Information Technology' Strategy (2004/2007)

 

- Phase (I) Study on Evaluating the Effectiveness of the "Empowering Learning and Teaching with IT" Strategy (2004 / 2007) PDF

 

 

* Review of "Information Technology for Learning in a New Era Five-Year Strategy 1998/99 to 2002/03"

 

- Preliminary Study on Reviewing the Progress and Evaluating the Information Technology in Education (ITEd) Projects (December 2000 - August 2001)

 

- Overall Study on Reviewing the Progress and Evaluating the Information Technology in Education (ITEd) Projects 1998/2003

 

 

 

 

 

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