Norwegian Centre for ICT in Education

Bringing organisations and resources together to facilitate cooperation on ICT in the education sector

The Norwegian Centre for ICT in Education (Senter for IKT i utdanningen) is a newly established executive agency of the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research, established on January 1, 2010.

The Norwegian Centre for ICT in Education aims to bring organisations and resources together to facilitate cooperation on ICT in the education sector. It shall contribute to the development and realisation of the Government’s education policies, and focuses on increased quality, improved learning outcomes and better strategies for learning throught the use of ICT.

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