Gender and ICT: Meta-Analysis and Systematic Review
This publication addresses the intersection of gender and information and communication technologies (ICT) as reflected in the primary research literature and in educational practices and policies of the Commonwealth, the USA and Scandinavian countries. It summarises outcomes of two large-scale systematic reviews, namely: a meta-analysis of empirical research on gender-based differences in perception and actual use of ICT in education; and a systematic review of policy documents that address issues and solutions related to gender and ICT.
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