Entries tagged: Mobile phones

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Hello Africa – Documentary about mobile phone culture in Africa

Source | Hello Africa & UZI FILM Vimeo Channel Documentary about mobile phone culture in Africa. All material is published under a Creative Commons license (CC-BY-NC-SA). More info at uzi.se and ict4d.at/​helloafrica Hello Africa from[…]

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VII Intl. Seminar – Matthew Kam – Mobile Phones and Language Literacy in Rural Developing Regions

Keynote of the VII International Seminar of the UNESCO Chair in e-Learning Matthew Kam (Carnegie Mellon University, USA) Mobile Phones and Language Literacy in Rural Developing Regions Updated list of videos in the microsite of[…]

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VII Intl. Seminar – Steve Vosloo – mLearning in Africa: Lessons from the m4Lit project

Keynote of the VII International Seminar of the UNESCO Chair in e-Learning Steve Vosloo (Shuttleworth Foundation, Cape Town) mLearning in Africa: Lessons from the m4Lit project Updated list of videos in the microsite of the[…]

Gender & ICTsLearning Technologies

mWomen: Empowering women through Mobile Techology

Source | www.mwomen.org In February 2010, the GSMA, in partnership with the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, identified a gender gap in mobile phone access in the developing world – 300 million less women than[…]

ICT4DLearning Technologies

Why Have Mobile Phones Succeeded Where Other Technologies Have Not?

This is an excerpt from an article by Jenny Aker in Center for Global Development Blogs […] Mobile phones, by contrast, have been one of the most successful technologies ever introduced and adopted in the[…]

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La Cátedra y el VII Seminario Internacional en la Radio

A continuación presentamos dos cortes correspondientes a dos entrevistas realizadas en Cadenas de Radio (Catalunya Radio y Cadena SER) a Julià Minguillón, Director Académico de la Cátedra UNESCO en e-Learning, sobre tecnologías móviles y el[…]

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Mobile Voices: The Vozmob Project

François Bar is Associate Professor of Communication in the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California.  He presented Thursday 25 Mobile Voices: The Vozmob Project at the IN3. Mobile Voices is an[…]