This article reproduce the chapter about the use of ICT for children with special needs from the document Early Learning in the Knowledge Society.
e-Accessibility has been described as ramps to Internet indicating that it refers to disabled people’s access to knowledge services using the Information and Communication Technologies.
Across Europe, national governments have been spending billions of Euros on providing ICT tools and infrastructure for education. Nevertheless the extent to which ICT has become embedded into teaching and learning so that the pedagogic approach is...
Interviews with students and their parents about the use of ICT in learning and work put in evidence that the digital divide is in fact age-related.
It is generally recognised that the roles assumed by teachers are related to the transmission of information, to leading students actions, to be the subject-matter expert possessing knowledge of fixed and precise contents which are capable of being...
TeleCities, the major network of cities in the field of Information Society, officialy launched the Charter of eRights of Citizensduring the Joint EUROCITIES/TeleCities/ACCESS Conference held in Porto, Portugal, on November 27.
By exploring the features and needs of learning in SMEs, this article proposes paradigm changes to promote the use of e-learning in SMEs as a tool to support the creation of knowledge.