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E-México - building on success, for success

Karran, Terence (2005) E-México - building on success, for success. In: ICT For Capacity Building: Critical Success Factors (Proceedings of the UNESCO/Club of Rome World Conference, Paris May 11-13, 2005). Nematrix Research, Bolzano, pp. 93-96. ISBN 88-89813-00-8

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E-México - Building on Success, for Success
Paper presented at the UNESCO/Club of Rome World Conference on 'ICT for Capacity Building: Criticval Success Factors', held in Paris May 11-13, 2005
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Abstract

The paper details the ITC context for México, which is characterised by a low, but rapidly growing use of ICTS, and then examines at the recent E-México policy initiative launched by President Vincent Fox, in the light of México's considerable experience in using ICT for distance education. Finally the paper suggests that, by benchmarking against Finland (a country with a high use of ICTs in both business and education), México would derive considerable social, economic and educational benefits from the use of ICTs

Additional Information:The paper details the ITC context for México, which is characterised by a low, but rapidly growing use of ICTS, and then examines at the recent E-México policy initiative launched by President Vincent Fox, in the light of México's considerable experience in using ICT for distance education. Finally the paper suggests that, by benchmarking against Finland (a country with a high use of ICTs in both business and education), México would derive considerable social, economic and educational benefits from the use of ICTs
Keywords:ICT, Capacity Building, Education, Mexico
Subjects:L Social studies > L433 Education Policy
Divisions:College of Social Science > School of Education
ID Code:1627
Deposited On:06 Aug 2008 10:47

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