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Curriculum Framework for Application of ICT in Education


  • Sarita Sorokhaibam
  • Thokchom Asha Sinha


Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are making dynamic changes in every aspects of life including education. Observation of various lacunas and limitations indicated the problems faced in the implementation of ICT in education. Though origin of many of the problems are complex and multifaceted, but core issues that need to be defined lies on the conceptualizing the implementing mechanism and paradigm. Observations at the application level show the lack of coherent curriculum framework with regard to ICT. In this background, framing a proper curriculum framework as per the needs of the existing system has been felt. Key words: ICT; Education; E-Content; E-Learning; curriculum framework

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  • Sarita Sorokhaibam & Thokchom Asha Sinha, 2013. "Curriculum Framework for Application of ICT in Education," Working papers 2013-6-5, Voice of Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:vor:issues:2013-6-5

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