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ICT Facts and Figures

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Technological progress, infrastructure deployment, and falling prices have brought unexpected growth in ICT access and connectivity to billions of people around the world. In 2015 there are more than 7 billion mobile cellular subscriptions worldwide, up from less than 1 billion in 2000. Globally 3.2 billion people are using the Internet of which 2 billion are from developing countries


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, September 1, 3:38 AM

Great to see some real impact in developing countries.


Norton Gusky's curator insight, September 1, 7:36 AM

It's important to see educational technology from a global perspective. ICT (Information communication technology)  is the name that most of the world uses to describe the digital processes that impact learning. 

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Developing ebooks for ELT - 10 questions to ask before you begin

Developing ebooks for ELT - 10 questions to ask before you begin | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it
Here’s my starter for 10. Each of these is a whole topic in itself, and I’ve raised more questions than answers, so let’s consider this just a starting point! I was going to title this post “Why ebooks are a minefield”, but thought that sounded unnecessarily negative when discussing an area so rich with possibilities and opportunities. Read on to see if you think I was right to change the title.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, September 1, 6:54 AM

Some really useful tips here if you are thinking of launching an ewriting project.

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21 reasons that education technology projects fail - ICT and Computing in Education

21 reasons that education technology projects fail - ICT and Computing in Education | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it
Why do some school and local authority initiatives, not to mention government initiatives, fail, e...

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Anywhere Anytime Learning is Changing: Implications for Parents, HigherEd and K-12

Anywhere Anytime Learning is Changing: Implications for Parents, HigherEd and K-12 | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it
By Tom Vander Ark - Now that anywhere anytime learning is possible it’s time for parents, educators and employers to consider a new world of possibilities.

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Twelve days in Oman. (Video)

We drove over 4200 km across the unexplored and beautiful country of Oman. We made friends with young and old Omanis, discovered absolutely stunning landscapes and…

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These 10 trends are shaping the future of education

These 10 trends are shaping the future of education | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it
Innovation in the space likely won't create an all-new landscape, but it will be markedly different.

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Russell R. Roberts, Jr.'s curator insight, August 29, 2:08 AM

Fascinating and intriguing article by Christina Pratas on the developing trends in education.  Some of the trends to watch include:

Changing Demographics; For profit schools losing influence; Increased need for bandwidth to accommodate student digital devices; open education resources as opposed to expensive text books; test administration online rather than through written exams; and a push for more STEM courses (science, technology, engineering, and math) in grades K-12.  Radical changes are coming to the face of American education.  Aloha, Russ.

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Teaching how to think is just as important as teaching anything else

Teaching how to think is just as important as teaching anything else | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it
A new paper on teaching critical thinking skills in science has pointed out, yet again, the value of giving students experiences that go beyond simple recall or learned procedures.

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Report: Experienced Teachers Soar in Tech-Enabled Classrooms

Report: Experienced Teachers Soar in Tech-Enabled Classrooms | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it
One finding from the SIIA Vision K-12 Survey could turn the tables on the perception of digital natives’ technological expertise.
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Lessons from India on decolonising language and thought at universities

Lessons from India on decolonising language and thought at universities | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it
India has learned valuable lessons about language and bodies of knowledge that could be applied in South Africa's universities.
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Fiscal crisis has Brazilian scientists scrambling - Science Magazine (subscription)

Fiscal crisis has Brazilian scientists scrambling
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Herculano-Houzel is among the scientists waiting for payments. She holds a CNPq grant for 50,000 reais, but has gotten just 6500.
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Global Health Security Agenda: pilot assessment of the UK - Publications - GOV.UK

Global Health Security Agenda: pilot assessment of the UK - Publications - GOV.UK | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it
International expert team’s assessment of UK’s health protection services against the standards and targets set out under the GHSA.
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Ampersand: Research Ethics Roundup: Exploring Research Misconduct, Alternatives to Animal Models, and More

Ampersand: Research Ethics Roundup: Exploring Research Misconduct, Alternatives to Animal Models, and More | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it
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Taking it to the stacks: Libraries and the research data afterlife - YouTube

Sylvie M. Brouder, Ph.D. discussed the researcher’s perspective on data management as it applies to libraries and her research at Purdue University.
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