THE PLACE AND THE ROLE OF THE INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN THE SYSTEM OF EDUCATION IN EUROPEAN UNION COUNTRIES
AbstractThe article deals with the analysis of the problems of ICT application in education sphere in European Union. Particularly the article is about the pupils and teachers access to electronic means and Internet, as well as about ICT place in the school curricula.
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