Cross-national Information and Communication

Technology Policy and Practices in Education

Edited by:
Tjeerd Plomp, University of Twente
Ronald E. Anderson, University of Minnesota
Nancy Law, University of Hong Kong
Andreas Quale, University of Oslo, Norway

A volume in the series: Research in Education Policy: Local, National, and Global Perspectives. Editor(s): Kenneth K. Wong, Brown University.

Published 2003

CONTENTS
Foreword. Preface. Part I: Summary Chapters. Introduction, Ronald E. Anderson. Curriculum and Staff Development for ICT in Education, Nancy Law and Tjeerd Plomp. Trends in Instructional ICT Infrastructure, Andreas Quale. Part II: Country Chapters. Australia, John Ainley and Amanda Allan. Bulgaria, Pencho Mihnev. Catalonia (Spain), Carme Amoros Baste. Chile, J. Enrique Hinostroza, Pedro Hepp, Cristián Cox, and Andrea Guzmán. China Hong Kong, Nancy Law. Chinese Taipei, Janet Mei-Chuen Lin, Cheng-Chih Wu and Guey-Fa Chiou. Cyprus, Constantinos Papanastasiou and Elena Hadjikakou. Czech Republic, Iveta Kramplová. Denmark, Dan Pedersen. England, Alison Kington and Susan Harris. Finland, Marja Kankaanranta and Pirjo Linnakylä. France, Catherine Régnier. Germany, Renate Schulz-Zander. Hungary, Ilona Aux-Bánfi and Márta Korös-Mikis. Iceland, Fridrik H. Jónsson and Anna Rut Þráinsdóttir. India, Utpal Mallik. Israel, Rafi Nachmias, David Mioduser, Alona Forkosh-Baruch and Dorit Tubin. Italy, Roberto Melchiori and Renata Picco. Japan, Katsuhiko Shimizu, Ryo Watanabe, Yasutaka Shimizu, Masao Miyake, Kanehisa Yamade, Hidetsugu Horiguti, Michiko Saito, Ryoei Yoshioka, Masaru Sakayauti, Yuji Saruta, Yasusi Ogura and Taro Numano. Lithuania, Lina Markauskaite. Malaysia, Sulaiman Hashim. The Netherlands, Alfons ten Brummelhuis, Marjolein Drent and Tjeerd Plomp. New Zealand, Murray Brown and Megan Chamberlain, with Ingrid Shouler. Norway, Andreas Quale. Philippines, Ester B. Ogena and Filma G. Brawner. Portugal, Helena Henriques, Fernando Ribeiro, Gertrudes Amaro and Carla Ferreira. Russian Federation, Alexei L. Semenov. Singapore, Yeo Hong Mui, Esther Kan and Tham Yoke Chun. Slovak Republic, Viera Blahova. Slovenia, Barbara Neza Brecko. South Africa, Anton Muller. Thailand, Pornpun Waitayangkoon. United States of America, Ronald E. Anderson and Sara Dexter.