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ICT learning and training: data, policies and practice in selected EU countries

By Anne West, Eleanor Stokes, Ann-Katrin Bäcklund, Malene Freudendal, Martine Meusy, Emmanuel Poux and Sigrid Schöpper-Grabe


This report provides key findings arising from a study that set out to explore Information and Communication Technology (ICT) learning and training data and policies in selected EU Member States. The project was designed to establish policies on ICT learning/education/training and the types of quantitative and qualitative data held within countries of the EU. Extensive documentary analysis and interviews with employers and other key stakeholders were the main methods of data collection. The target countries were Austria, Belgium (French Community), Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Sweden and the UK. For certain parts of the project, the focus was limited to Denmark, France, Germany and the UK

Topics: T Technology (General), HD Industries. Land use. Labor
Publisher: ICT Observatory, London School of Economics and Political Science
Year: 2004
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Provided by: LSE Research Online
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