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Published: Tuesday, 28 May 2013
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Based on over 190,000 responses from students, teachers and head teachers collected and analysed during the school year 2011-12, the Survey of Schools: ICT in Education provides detailed, up-to-date and reliable benchmarking of Information and Communication Technologies in school level education across Europe, painting a picture of educational technology in schools: from infrastructure provision to use, confidence and attitudes. Read more.

Published: Sunday, 4 March 2012
Guide to communicating research for evidence-based policymaking available from European Commission

This practical guide is aimed at researchers in socio-economic sciences and humanities and identifies the most important stages in the development of a dynamic communication strategy and which will ensure that projects funded by the European Commission make a real difference in enabling policymakers to respond to the significant challenges we face. Divided into three parts – Concept, Policy Briefs and Practical Means – this guide is intended to help exploit research concepts into genuine policy action.

Published: Thursday, 20 October 2011
EACEA publishes supplement on Education and Training Projects

This supplement takes a closer look at several EU projects in the education and training fields. It includes an insight into how senior EACEA staff view their role in relation to project support and how they plan to further streamline this in the future.

Published: Monday, 1 August 2011
New report on Learning and Innovation through ICT at school in Europe

Eurydice has recently published a report entitled "Key Data on Learning and Innovation through ICT at School in Europe 2011 in European schools" which focuses on the evolution of ICT use in education and the changes it has brought about in national policies and practices concerning teaching methods, contents and evaluation processes.

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