Fwd: [ICT Research Network] design of educational technology to bridge the digital divide?

Miles Berry mberry at bcs.org
Mon Jul 30 14:49:15 BST 2007


I wondered he this might be of interest to any here
Miles.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: josh underwood <josh.underwood at gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2007 11:12:22 +0200
Subject: [ICT Research Network] design of educational technology to
bridge the digital divide?
To: Becta's ICT Research Network <research at lists.becta.org.uk>

Hi all,

I hope this is not to distant from people's interests but I have
noticed that several list members seem to have an interest in
educational technology for the developing world.

We are running a workshop at HCI 2007, Lancaster UK on the human
centred design of technology for bridging the global digital divide
and we are particularly interested in educational technologies.
Unfortunately the deadline for submissions is 5 August but we would
be very keen to receive submissions on the design of educational
technology to bridge the digital divide and we are only asking for 2
page position papers.

If you are interested see http://hct4d.blogspot.com for details.

Josh Underwood

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Miles Berry
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