ICILSInternational Computer and Information Literacy Study (International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement)
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Beginning to address the gaps in knowledge about the use and impact of ICT in education and indicative of the evolving paradigms of learning with technology, the ICILS 2013 collected information from students, teachers, school technology coordinators and school principals.
A more recent ICILS study also confirms that teachers with greatest use are those who are more confident in their abilities, and those who develop higher levels of confidence in using ICT in teaching tend to work in school environments where staff learn together, collaborate in institutional planning, and where there are fewer resource limitations concerning the use of ICT in teaching and learning (Fraillon et al., 2013).
The ICILS study found that students from countries with greater access to computers in schools tend to have stronger computer and information literacy skills (Fraillon et al., 2013).