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Publications by year: 2002

Communication Training in Africa: Model Curricula. Non-Degree and Degree Programmes

It is with the objective of contributing to the improvement of communication training in Africa that UNESCO has developed the current model curricula which, as the name implies, can serve as benchmarks or standards for training and preparing communication practitioners on the continent.

Country Profiles of e-Governance

Following the COMNET IT/UNESCO Global Survey on On-line Governance published in 2000, the Commonwealth Network of Information Technology for Development (COMNET-IT), in association with and with the financial support of UNESCO, has developed national profiles detailing current status and developments in this area.

How to do community radio: a primer for community radio operators

Community Radio has a special place in UNESCO’s programs. The aim of UNESCO’s community radio program is to address crucial social issues at a community level, such as poverty and social exclusion, empower marginalized rural groups and catalyze democratic processes and development efforts.

Information and communication technologies in teacher education: a planning guide

Internet infrastructure and e-governance in Pacific Islands countries: a survey on the development and use of the Internet

This Report was commissioned by the UNESCO Office for the Pacific States in Apia, Samoa to provide an up-to-date picture of the development and use of Internet infrastructure in Pacific Member States of UNESCO.

Media in development: an evaluation of UNESCO's International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC)

The present study of the UNESCO International Programme for the Development Communication (IPDC) – undertaken at the initiative of The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs – is basically a desk study of the Programme's organizational structure, its history and impact supplemented by an evaluation of selected projects based on IPDC reports and evaluations.

Memories and marvels: using mind maps to design web sites and CD-ROMs about heritage and culture in the Asia-Pacific; a guide for young people and youth

Teacher education guidelines: using open and distance learning; technology, curriculum, cost, evaluation

Guiding principles for planners in education ministries and teacher-training colleges about when and how distance education can be used successfully to expand and upgrade the skills of the teaching force.

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Technologies for education: potentials, parameters, and prospects

This monograph is intended to help educational decision makers survey the technological landscape and its relevance to educational reform. It is firmly rooted in a vision of education that begins with the learner and attempts to understand how technological tools can better contribute to educational goals.

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Ten steps for establishing a sustainable multipurpose community telecentre

Ten Steps for establishing a sustainable Multipurpose Community Telecentre (MCT) is intended to assist comunities to walk through the basic requirements which need to be addressed when setting out to open and operate a successful MCT.

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UNISIST newsletter, vol. 30, no. 1

UNISIST newsletter, vol. 30, no. 2

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