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IITE Publications

To promote and disseminate new achievements, teaching methodologies and concepts, IITE’s research results in  ICT usage in education  are published. These are analytical surveys, training, methodological and information materials: Policy Briefs, Analytical Surveys, Best Practices, Theoretical Aspects, ICTs in TVET, ICTs in Special Needs Education, ICTs in Distance Education, Internet in Education, Multimedia in Education, ICTs in Secondary Education, Digital Libraries in Education, Indicators of ICT usage in Education, ICTs in Primary Education, ICTs in Subjects Teaching and Learning, Information Society, ICTs in HE, Teacher ICT Competency and Professional Development. More than one hundred titles were published by Institute during the 18 years of its existence. Most of IITE books were published in English, some of them were translated into Russian and French.

IITE publications are circulated among educational authorities responsible for the application of ICTs in education and higher educational establishments. At present IITE sends its publications to the National Commissions for UNESCO, national focal points for cooperation with IITE, IGOs and NGOs, institutes and professional communities all over the world. The books are also distributed among the participants of International forums and Exhibitions.

Some IITE publications are available in electronic form and some of the Institutes publications can be found in the UNESDOC collection. 

Last Publications

Open Educational Resources in Your Own Language, in Your Way

A policy brief “Open Educational Resources in Your Own Language, in Your Way” produced by the International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE)  in the framework of the project supported by the European Commission ...
Full-text version [eng] [rus]

UNESCO Policy Guidelines for Mobile Learning (in Russian)

Today, a growing body of evidence suggests that ubiquitous mobile devices are being used by learners and educators around the world to access information, streamline administration and facilitate learning in new and innovative ways. In 2013, UNESC...
Full-text version [rus]

Technologies in Higher Education: Mapping the Terrain

Over a period of four years from 2010 to 2014, the UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education has commissioned from international experts a series of policy briefs that — taken together — provide a comprehensive map of ...
Full-text version [eng]