Developing a strategic approach to ICT implementation in Saudi secondary schools

@inproceedings{Albugami2016DevelopingAS,
  title={Developing a strategic approach to ICT implementation in Saudi secondary schools},
  author={Sarah Albugami},
  year={2016}
}
The massive advances in information and communication technology (ICT), in the last few decades, encouraged many developed and developing countries to invest in the ICT sector in education. The internet, computers, interactive whiteboards and an assortment of other technological tools have now turned out to be valuable teaching and learning resources. Saudi Arabia is not in isolation from this, they have invested heavily in the ICT field. However, the progression has often been disappointing… CONTINUE READING

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