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Special Edition: Survey UNESCO Office in Bangkok

The ICT in Education Newsletter, November 2015, is now available. Please feel free to forward it to members of your networks.  To view online click here.


Special Edition: Survey

November 2015 | UNESCO Bangkok Office



Dear readers,

Greetings from ICT in Education, UNESCO Bangkok!

This is a special edition that hopes to collect your feedback and ideas on the Newsletter through an online survey. This edition also provides an overview of our two latest important events: the RDTC Regional Seminar 2015, and the Regional Policy Forum on the Promotion of ASEAN Integration through Open and Distance Higher Education.

The survey:

Since 2005, we have published more than a hundred issues of the ICT in Education Newsletter, sent to almost 6000 subscribers worldwide. It is now time for us to receive your feedback and see what you have to say about the Newsletter, which will greatly help us in further improving the quality and content according to your needs, preferences, and interests.

It should take about 10 minutes to complete the survey.

To access the survey, please follow this link: 

Please note that the survey will be closed at 23:59 on 20 December 2015, Bangkok time

Your feedback will be reflected in the first edition of the new year, which is expected to be released in January 2016.
Thank you very much for being devoted readers of our Newsletter, and for helping us improve this experience for everyone!

Highlights: Regional Policy Forum on the Promotion of ASEAN Integration through Open and Distance Higher Education (23-24 November 2015, Radisson Blu Plaza, Bangkok)
The Forum brought together higher education and government officials as well as experts to discuss and engage in an exchange of knowledge on quality assurance and accreditation in regard to working with open and distance education. Resource Distribution and Training Centres (RDTC) Regional Seminar 2015 (11-13 November 2015, Guangzhou, PRC)
The Seminar, convened since 2010, explored the theme of teacher training and safe, effective and responsible use of ICT, with the sub-themes of media and information literacy, OERs, and teacher professional learning communities.


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