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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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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Look, right there, there it is: Impact! (I think ...) Last week saw a flurry of news reports in response to a single blog post about the well known One Laptop Per Child project. It's dead,…

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a road map -- er, river map -- for the expansion of educational opportunities in rural Brazil? According to figures from the UNESCO Institute for Statistics, "Countries will need an extra 1.6…

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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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Almost a decade ago, delegates from over 175 countries gathered in Geneva for the first 'World Summit on the Information Society',   a two-part conference (the second stage followed two…

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looking ahead Few projects to introduce ICTs at scale across an entire education system have received as much global attention as that of Plan Ceibal in Uruguay, which has (among other things)…

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About four years ago, the World Bank's infoDev program secured funding to do a 'global survey of the use of mobile phones in education in developing countries', based on the belief…

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