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Here you will find links to most of the country specific information provided by this site regarding Indonesia. You may also want to do a search by clicking on "ICT search" in the sidebar, or a search in one of our databases. Note that most of the projects have a regional impact and therefore are not necessarily listed here.





  • ICT - Supported Distance Education in Indonesia
    To address the low level of student satisfaction with Universitas Terbuka’s (UT) existing distance learning system, this project developed web-based learning materials and 7 web-based courses. In addition, training programs for tutors and counselors on online tutoring and counseling, materials for web-based tutorials, and access to exam grades and academic records online were provided.

  • Indonesia: The Use of ICT in Education Reform
    In 2010, the World Bank and the Global Distance Learning Network (GDLN) helped to facilitate a "South-South" dialogue on the use of ICT as part of larger education reform initiatives.  The video for the event is now available online.

  • Utilizing Multipurpose Community Telecentres in Indonesia
    Community radio is low-cost, easy to operate, reaches all members of the community in their own languages and, as a local, grass-root media, it maximizes the potential for development to be drawn from sharing information, knowledge and skills within the community.

  • Indonesia – Developing Higher Education Information Network
    Three major issues pose challenges to Indonesia's education sector. These are: 1) Increasing equity and expanding access to education; 2) Enhancing quality improvement, relevance, and competitiveness, and 3) Strengthening governance, accountability, and public image.
  • ICT in Education: 'E-dukasi' of PUSTEKKOM 
    In co-operation with the Directorate of Vocational Education, this project was started in 2002. The objective is to improve the quality of education in high and vocational schools through the use of Internet-based learning materials. As a learning site, has several features and facilities that are valuable both for students and teachers.


Further resources

  • Education Innovative Based on ICT in Indonesia
    Computer and Internet are unavoidable these days. In fact, our lives have been stimulated by the present of such technology. In Indonesia, ICT for education is first introduced at the end of 1990. Even though, we still consider ourselves as being late to utilize the technology, especially if compared to other nations in South East Asia.

  • Development Plan for the Implementation of ICT in Indonesia
    The Action Plan addresses priority needs over the next 5 years for extending ICT benefits throughout Indonesia, including extending transparency and equal access to information, improving access to services and opportunities, and implementing measures to foster the realization of individual potential across society.

  • Article: ICT and Education in Indonesia
    Indonesia as a third world country has a great concern for the economic deficiency and it believes that the digital divide should be reduced so that there will be an economic recovery. The Indonesian government is determined to utilize the information technology effectively to support efforts to increase the national competitiveness.

  • Article: Wi-Fi- A New Bridge for the Digital Divide?
    Connecting to the Internet using a simple aluminum antenna and a wireless network card could be the best way to narrow Indonesia’s digital divide and bolster economic development, says Dr Onno Purbo.

  • ICT in Education in Indonesia: Is it Essential?
    This is an online discussion, ongoing, about ICT in Education in Indonesia.

  • SchoolNetworking Lessons Learned 
    This publication, "SchoolNetworking: Lessons Learned Volume 2" consists of eight component chapters. The package provides a distillation of the rapidly growing body of experiences and innovative strategies from countries in the Asia and Pacific region

  • Integrating ICTs into Education: Lessons Learned
    This publication consists of eight chapters, covering various aspects relating to the integration of ICT into education. These chapters provide information to lay the foundation for integrating ICT into teaching and learning.

  • ICT application for non-formal education programmes
    Recognizing the potential of ICT to transform the teaching-learning process in the Non-Formal Education context, as well as its potential in changing the way educators and learners gain access to knowledge and information, the ICT in Education programme has implemented a number of projects which focus on using ICT to enhance the reach and quality of teaching and learning in the NFE context.