UNICEF Statistics On Education In Nigeria Infographic

UNICEF Statistics On Education In Nigeria Infographic According to UNICEF statistics on Education in Nigeria: “Nigeria’s population growth has put pressure on the country’s resources, […]

Digital divides and accumulated advantage: Huawei Global Connectivity Index and the Business of Education in Africa

I have been spending some time with two reports recently that have me thinking a bit about the outcomes we in the ICT4D and digital […]

Steer clear of the bridge: Bridge International Academies in Kenya, neoliberalism, and lazy shortcuts to meaningful education

Reblogging here from Panoply Digital. Returning to a favorite subject of mine, discussed here and here in past posts, is the ongoing Bridge Academy debacle […]

Bridge International vs. Kenyan Teachers; Ericsson Mobility Report, and Opera State of the Mobile Web in Africa

Reposting this here from Panoply Digital.  As we approach the end of the year, we at Panoply Digital are working our projects and spending some […]

pi-top, Ekobits, and Digital Citizens Fund: Running the Gamut in Coding & ICT Education

Reposting this here from Panoply Digital. Picking up where I left off in a previous blog post on learn to code initiatives, today we have […]

France: Nomad Education raises 800.000 Euro

French mobile learning startup Nomad Education raised €800.000 from BPI France, COFACE and a group of private investors. The new funds will be invested in […]

Hacking for Change

In a recent trip to Sub-Saharan Africa, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spent time seeing up close the country’s burgeoning technology and social innovation-driven ecosystem. During his visit […]

Edtech & Neoliberalism in ICT4D: Blowback from Bridge Academies in Uganda and Liberia

Reposting here from Panoply Digital. It seems like we had just written about Bridge International the other day and the dangers of locking whole educational […]

Baking in the Digital Divide into Mobile Learning: Korea, Tanzania, and Home-Grown Technology

  Reposting here from Panoply Digital. A rather belated post for the week but I just returned from the UK where I defended my thesis at […]

Developing country MOOC users not like those in the U.S.

A new study from researchers at the University of Washington has revealed that half of developing country MOOC users are receiving certification. And while many […]

Rhetoric, Neoliberalism, and Edtech in Liberia, Ethiopia, and South Africa

Reposting this here from Panoply Digital. The allure of educational technology in serving those who have remain underserved for so long is tough to resist. […]

High MOOC completion rates in developing countries

Developing world learners use massive open online courses, or MOOCs, very differently than their developed world counterparts, according to a new study by University of […]

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