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Obstacles at Integration of Schools into Information and Communication Technologies by taking into consideration the Opinions of the Teachers and Principles of Primary and Secondary Schools in Turkey

@inproceedings{Toprak2006ObstaclesAI,
  title={Obstacles at Integration of Schools into Information and Communication Technologies by taking into consideration the Opinions of the Teachers and Principles of Primary and Secondary Schools in Turkey},
  author={Erdal Toprakçı},
  year={2006}
}
Advances in information and communication technologies (ICT) have also affected educational institutions. Due to its importance in society, education should be adapted promptly to ICTs .As such; this would be an important step to implicate the possible obstacles in the integration of schools to ICT and to take the required preventive measures. The rationale underlying this study will hopefully help in gaining better perspective to overcome the obstacles for the integration of the schools in… 

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