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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real textbooks in real shopping carts ... so *that's* where the metaphor comes from! Yesterday the World Bank hosted a great discussion related to strategies for tackling the high cost and…

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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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I have a better sense of where things are today, but the more important question is: Where are things headed? I began my career exploring the uses of information and communication technologies (…

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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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one way to collect data of a certain sort while mobile Much has been made of the potential use of mobile phones to help collect, verify and disseminate information quickly, widely and cheaply in…

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no worries, everything here is orderly and under control, all money is being accounted for in a clear and timely manner I often find that a sure way to generate rather heated discussions in many…

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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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attempting to see just over the horizon Across Africa, a variety of devices are increasingly being used to disseminate and display teaching and learning materials in electronic and digital formats…

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it can be hard at times to see what's coming A few countries across Africa are considering rather ambitious initiatives to roll out and utilize digital textbooks, a general catch-all term or…

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