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The use of information and communication technology (ICT) in schools, training colleges and universities has slowly increased in Australia since 1995, although the take up remains patchy.

ICT research comes of age

That is not to suggest that teachers and students do not use ICT. In fact, they are two of the highest ICT user categories reported by ACMA and ABS. However, the combination of ICT and education programs in classrooms and courses is a situation where issues about pedagogy and the benefits to learning with ICT continue to be debated.

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