KNOWLEDGE NETWORKING AND EMPOWERMENT:
Empowerment of women in the context of knowledge societies entails building up the abilities and skills of women to gain insight into the issues affecting them and also building up their capacity to voice their concerns. It entails developing the capacities of women to overcome social and institutional barriers and strengthening their participation in the economic and political processes so as to produce an overall improvement in their quality of life.
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Protecting Kids while online-Cyber Security
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The Research ICT Network conducts research on ICT policy and regulation that facilitates evidence-based and informed policy making for improved access, use and application of ICT for social development and economic growth.
Information Communication Technology (ICT) is often perceived as a useful strategy to transform education systems and a means by which students can develop basic competencies and skills needed for a knowledge economy.
The main focus of this new course was on how a country’s education system and policy can be enriched through the applications of ICT. The course was organized to help policymakers to address the imperative that traditional, formal education systems are facing by raising awareness and understanding about essential elements of an effective application of ICT.
The course reviewed ICT in relation to education policy, relevant strategies, and best practice. The exchange of first-hand experience of ICT use in education policy and its implementation would help policymakers grasp a systematic view in strengthening the competitiveness of their education systems by applying ICT more effectively.
E-Content Developed in Regional Language: An e-Book
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Globalization and technological change—processes that have accelerated in tandem over the past fifteen years—have created a new global economy “powered by technology, fuelled by information and driven by knowledge.” The emergence of this new global economy has serious implications for the nature and purpose of educational institutions. Read More