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Mobiles for reading: A landscape research review (p. 154)Wagner, D. A. - 2014 - Working Papers (Literacy.org)
This landscape review takes the broad domain of new information and communications technologies (ICTs) for education, and focuses on the fast-evolving sub-domain of mobiles for reading, or M4R. The 'mobiles' in this review primarily refer to mobile technologies— ICTs that are portable, typically battery powered, and may be connected to cellular networks and/or the Internet. The term 'reading' refers to the joint abilities of understanding and producing written language, for children, youth...
Technology for Education in Low-Income Countries: Supporting the UN Sustainable Development GoalsWagner, D. A. - 2018 - In I. Lubin (Ed.), ICT-Supported Innovations in Small Countries and Developing Regions: Perspectives and Recommendations for International Education (pp. 51–74) - Springer International Publishing
Information and communications technologies (ICTs) are increasingly available, even in developing countries, leading to a number of pressing questions. Will ICTs for education (ICT4E) improve learning and educational quality? Might they increase the ‘digital divide’ with negative consequences for equity? What can ICT4E offer to help assist in the achievement of the new UN Sustainable Development Goals? The present review addresses these questions and uses of ICT4E in developing countries....
Technology for Education in Low-Income Countries: Supporting the UN Sustainable Development GoalsWagner, D. A., & Lubin, I. - 2018 - In ICT-Supported Innovations in Small Countries and Developing Regions: Perspectives and Recommendations for International Education (pp. 51–74) - Springer International Publishing
Technology and mother-tongue literacy in Southern India: Impact studies among young children and out-of-school youthWagner, D. A., Daswani, C. J., & Karnati, R. - 2010 - Information Technology and International Development, 6(4), 23–43
The present research began with one main question: How can new technologies be effective for poor and illiterate children and youth in developing countries? We addressed this question through a research-based implementation project in India that included the development of local language multimedia software for literacy; a built-in, user-friendly interface; and the use of existing computer infrastructure. Two studies were undertaken in Andhra Pradesh state. One included a sample of youth and...
Problem Analysis and Focus of EdTech Hub’s Work: Technology in Education in Low- and Middle-Income Countries (Working Paper No. 7)Hennessy, S., Jordan, K., Wagner, D. A., & EdTech Hub Team - 2021 - The EdTech Hub
MOOCs for development: trends, challenges, and opportunitiesCastillo, N. M., Lee, J., Zahra, F. T., & Wagner, D. A. - 2015 - Information Technologies & International Development, 11(2)
Monitoring and evaluation of ICT in education projects: A handbook for developing countriesWagner, D. A., Day, B., James, T., … Unwin, T. - 2005 - The International Conference on Educational Technology
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