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The IFIP TC3 Dublin Declaration

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Every four years, the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) Technical Committee on Education (TC3) holds a World Conference on Computers in Education (WCCE). This significant event brings together researchers, policy makers and practitioners from across the world, to share the most recent research findings, policy concerns and focus, and examples of practitioners’ interventions and needs. This event provides an important platform, both for gaining a view of the current situation and its contexts with regard to how digital technologies are being used across education (in primary, secondary, vocational, further, higher and adult education), and as a springboard for viewing possible futures based on the most up-to-date perspectives from research, policy and practice disciplines. This year, to support researchers, policy makers and practitioners, a Dublin Declaration has been created; a distillation of evidence, identifying key aspects of innovation, development, successes, concerns and interests, but also showing where less success has been achieved. Consequently, it offers recommendations for researchers, policy makers, developers and practitioners.