come on in, hopefully you'll find something you like The World Bank's EduTech blog seeks to "explore issues related to the use of information and communications technologies (ICTs)…

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take your pick -- some are rather yummy! For the past seven years the World Bank's EduTech blog has sought to "explore issues related to the use of information and communications…

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The Chinese word for MOOC is ... MOOC If you want to see the future of online education, lots of people will tell you to head out to Silicon Valley or New York City or Cambridge (either of them)…

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by my calculations ... it's time for another annual round-up! Since 2009, the World Bank's EduTech blog has attempted to "explore issues related to the use of information and…

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I do not fear computers,   I fear the lack of them This year's Global Symposium on ICT use in education in Gyeongju, Korea focused on "Transforming Education with 1:1 Computing: Learning…

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no, we are talking about '1-to-1' (educational computing), not (five) 'won to Juan' (Mata) Not too long ago I did some advisory work in a country considering the purchases of…

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we're not all uniform in our use of ICTs If you've ever been involved in discussions about current uses of technology in education -- and, given that you are currently reading a post on…

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hey, my ears are ringing -- might that be the Ministry of Education calling with today's lesson? Last year I spent some time in Papua New Guinea (or PNG, as it is often called), where the…

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will it ever end? five years of the World Bank's EduTech blog 2013 marked the fifth year of the World Bank's EduTech blog, which has been dedicated to "exploring issues related to…

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it's part art, part craft ... and there's some science in there too For the past seven years, the Korean Education & Research Information Service (KERIS) has hosted an annual global…

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