A theoretical framework for the study of ICT in schools: a proposal

@article{Lim2002ATF,
  title={A theoretical framework for the study of ICT in schools: a proposal},
  author={Cher Ping Lim},
  journal={BJET},
  year={2002},
  volume={33},
  pages={411-421}
}
A sociocultural approach towards the study of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in education rejects the view that ICT can be studied in isolation; it must be studied within the broader context in which it is situated. The paper argues for a more holistic approach of studying ICT in schools by adopting a sociocultural perspective. It proposes a theoretical framework based on activity theory, with the activity system as a unit of analysis that is surrounded by different levels of… CONTINUE READING
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