Science Literacy in Developing Countries

Landscape Survey Summary Report

by Rob Davies and Carol Priestley
Network for Information and Digital Access (NIDA) , December 2016

48 pp. 937 kB
http://www.nida-net.org/documents/8/SL_Researcht_Report_Final.pdf

In late 2016, Network for Information and Digital Access (NIDA) undertook a landscape research survey in the field of Science Literacy (SL) in developing countries in order to assemble and assess available evidence on policies, on initiatives which have taken place or were in progress, on evaluation of what works and what does not and other data. In addition, initiatives and activities in the developed world which were felt to bear potential for replication or adaptation in developing or transitional countries were examined.

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