ICT And Learning: Supporting Out-Of-School Youth And Adults by Organization for Economic Cooperation & Development
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Countries are ranked by the percentage of adults taking classroom instruction. Data refers to 2000 because it was the last year when distance learning was coded as a different category. In 2001, it was regrouped with conferences and self-learning under a new category, “other types of instruction”. 2. Percentages sum across rows. Source: European Union Labour Force Survey, 2000. The type of learning that adults engage in can help to shed light upon possible current and future uses of ICT for the delivery of adult learning.