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The Alliance is committed to reducing barriers to access appropriate, scalable, and a broad range of low-cost technologies to help improve learning outcomes in formal and non-formal education across all levels, especially in low-resource and developing country contexts.

Evidence

Knowledge is power

The institutional members of the mEducation Alliance work are committed to advancing evidence-based, decision-making for informed ed tech investments. If you are policymaker, practitioner, investor, researcher, or just curious about what is going on in this space, we hope you find the resources on this site of value.

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Using Information Communication Technologies (ICT) to Implement Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

This working paper from the Global Reading Network features the use of ICTs to implement universal design for learning.

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ICT For Better Education in the Pacific

This Asian Development Bank landscape review takes a look at how ICTs have been incorporated into the education sector in the Pacific region, as well as providing recommendations on areas for future progress.

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ICT For Secondary Education in Sub-Saharan Africa

This Mastercard Foundation report discusses the use of ICTs to improve access to, and quality of, and delivery of secondary education within sub-Saharan Africa. In addition, the report discusses the policy environment for ICTs in sub-Saharan Africa.

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News

2020 mEducation Alliance Symposium – Play and Technology for Lifelong Learning (October 13-15, 2020) – Call for Presentation Proposals Coming Soon!

What do you get when you combine a playful event full of non-tech and tech global ed game developers with education specialists, play-focused experts, and policymakers from around the world all focused on supporting learners in low-resource, developing country context? Lots of ideas and innovations for accelerating the use of play and games to benefit learners of all ages!

This year’s Symposium will facilitate the free flow of ideas between policymakers, practitioners, researchers, and ed game developers about what works with play- and game-based approaches, and how technology, broadly defined, could be used to help replicate and scale promising initiatives. This is our 10th annual event so, yes, there will be cake.

2019 mEducation Alliance Symposium:

Please visit the 2019 Symposium page for more details on last year’s Symposium.

Brand New: USAID’s ICT4E How-To-Note (January 2020)

This How-To Note was created by USAID to assist USAID education staff, implementing partners, and others interested with (ICT4E) integration. An accompanying graphic shows How USAID Supports ICT4E in Educational Ecosystems.

mEducation Alliance E-Newsletter:

Looking for news and updates from the ICT4E community? Check out our E-Newsletters which feature selected ICT4E activities from our Alliance member institutions.

Vol. 1, 2019

Vol. 2, 2019