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Educational Technology

Enhancing Teacher Education through OER

TESS-India have developed a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) to support teacher educators in becoming familiar with and using OER in their work with teachers.

Roadmap for Open ICT Ecosystems

The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, with the support of IBM Corporation and Oracle, has facilitated the creation of this resource. Our hope is to provide policymakers, managers and other stakholders from industry and civil society a user-friendly tool for understanding what open ICT ecosystems are, why they are embraced and how to evolve them. As a result, we hope to change how people see and manage ICT ecosystems and innovation.

Making Sense of MOOCs: Musings in a Maze of Myth, Paradox and Possibility

During his time as a Fellow at the Korea National Open University, Sir John Daniel developed a research paper exploring the phenomenon of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs).

African Libraries as Centers of e-Learning

The LATINA Lab is a training and development unit for e-learning at the Learning Centre and Library of Oslo and Akershus University College. This year we cooperate with Makerere University Library in Kampala, Uganda, to run an intensive two week workshop.

Turning on Mobile Learning in Africa and the Middle East: Illustrative Initiatives and Policy Implications

This report identifies three different types of mobile learning developments in Africa and the Middle East (AME). First, the region is host to a number of project-based interventions, many of which are small-scale, exploratory pilot projects. Second, recent social movements in AME have been enabled by the extensive use of mobile phones and social

Mobile Learning for Teachers in Africa and the Middle East: Exploring the Potential of Mobile Technologies to Support Teachers and Improve Practice

The purpose of this paper is to provide an illustrative overview of emerging mobile learning programmes that seek to improve or expand access to teacher development and support the changing roles of teachers in the AME region.

eLearning Africa 2012 Report

The intention of The eLearning Africa 2012 Report is to help fill this gap, provide thought leadership and shape policy and practice across the Continent in such a way that the transformative potential of technology in learning and training can be realised more fully.