Report on a Survey of Current Uses of ICTs in Canadian International Education Activities Macfadyen, Leah P.; Hawkes, B.
Canadian post-secondary institutions have been facing the challenges of integrating ICTs into the design, organization and delivery of educational programs and services, since the rapid proliferation of information and communication technologies (ICT) began in the mid-1990s. The Canadian Bureau of International Education, in collaboration with UBC Distance Education and Technology and FuturEd, have undertaken a four-phase project to contribute to the knowledge base regarding the use and effectiveness of ICTs in international education (IE) activities in Canadian higher education. This report describes the findings of Phase One of the project – a survey of current use of information and communication technologies in international education activities across Canada.
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