ICT for Inclusion Project Outcomes

The essential purpose of using ICT in education for learners with disabilities and special needs is to promote equity in educational opportunities. The ICT for Inclusion (ICT4I)  summary report presents the main findings of the project, arguing that access to ICT that supports inclusion requires widely available, affordable and accessible technology.

The research literature review carried out in the framework of the ICT4I project emphasises that the effective use of ICT for the inclusion of learners with disabilities and SEN is widely recognised as good practice, not only for all learners.

The Agency ICT for Inclusion project ran between 2012 and 2013, and during this time three complementary information collection activities were conducted, based on country information, reviews and identification of examples of innovative practice. The project web area has been finalised and has been updated with the following new materials:

  • Full country reports providing an overview of key policy and practice issues related to ICT for inclusion in participating countries
  • A country resources page, where research literature abstracts and examples of innovative practice can be searched for based on 5 thematic areas, research type or country;
  • A list of international resources that supports the implementation of policy and practice and links to key publications.
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