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The effects of ICT on school: teachers’ and students’ perspectives

  title={The effects of ICT on school: teachers’ and students’ perspectives},
  author={Liisa Ilom{\"a}ki},
The effects of ICT on school: teachers' and students' perspectives Liisa Ilomaki University of Turku Finland The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of information and communication technology (ICT) on school from teachers’ and students’ perspectives. The focus was on three main subject matters: on ICT use and competence, on teacher and school community, and on learning environment and teaching practices. The study is closely connected to the national educational policy which… 
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