BingBee, and information kiosk for social enablement in marginalized communities.
by H.Slay (2006) in Proceedings of the 2006 annual research conference of the South
African institute of computer scientists and information technologists on IT research in developing countries. ACM International Conference Proceeding Series; Vol. 204 [pdf ]
The Stellenbosch declaration
ICT in education: make it work
The Stellenbosch Declaration aims at improving the integration of ICT in Education as a resource for both better
teaching and learning and as a preparation of citizens for the Knowledge Society. It is addressed to to all
stakeholders in ICT in Education in order to increase the access to Education for everyone around the World.
A non-profit South African organisation aimed at personal, social and economic development of all people in Africa
Mindset is establishing a database of experts in the
areas of content development and production. It specifically calls on experts in the development of curriculum-aligned content, and health care, monitoring and evaluation of education and health programs, research on content. Topics covered include math and science literacy, health education, for primary and secondary education
The "Global Education & Learning Community" (Curriki) mission is to improve education around
the world by empowering teachers, students and parents with user-created, open source curricula, and it's
all free! We believe that access to knowledge and learning tools is a basic right of every child. Our goal
is to make curricula and learning resources available to everyone.
The ICT4D collective is committed to undertaking the highest possible quality of research
in the field of ICT4D, and making the results of this available freely to the global community. This is done in the interests of poor and marginalised communities. As well as
research, ICT4D undertakes teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
First view on the ways to promote TEL in the developing world
Share! share openly and freely! This is the key idea which emerges from the first contributions to
the Kaleidoscope to support the larger access to TEL.
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