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A Policy Review: Building Digital Citizenship in Asia-Pacific through Safe, Effective and Responsible Use of ICT

Publication Type:

Report

Source:

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, Bangkok (2016)

URL:

http://en.unesco.org/themes/140385/publications/all

Abstract:

This report presents the results of a policy review that examined the national policies, initiatives and efforts of Member States in the Asia-Pacific region relating to the promotion of safe, effective and responsible information and communication technology (ICT) environments and ICT use by children. In particular, the review focused on national education policies relating to fostering digital citizenship in schools and among students, teachers, parents and caregivers. This policy review was conducted as part of UNESCO’s “Fostering Digital Citizenship through Safe, Effective and Responsible Use of ICT” project

Notes:

  • It mentions about ICT that smart cities need
  • then describes who is using it, making laws for it/ how children should use it

 

Document Category: ICT, Education

This report presents the results of a policy review that examined the national policies, initiatives and efforts of Member States in the Asia-Pacific region relating to the promotion of safe, effective and responsible information and communication technology (ICT) environments and ICT use by children. In particular, the review focused on national education policies relating to fostering digital citizenship in schools and among students, teachers, parents and caregivers. This policy review was conducted as part of UNESCO’s “Fostering Digital Citizenship through Safe, Effective and Responsible Use of ICT” project