TEDC 2010 - MOZAMBIQUE
6th International Workshop on
Technology for Innovation and Education in Developing Countries
Appropriate, relevant, and purposeful educational uses of technology in developing countries.
January 21 - 23, 2010, Maputo, Mozambique
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The goal of this sixth international workshop is to bring together researchers, businesses, educators, governmental and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to discuss appropriate and relevant applications of technology in educational programs in developing countries. Organizations such as the World Bank and UNESCO are encouraging developing countries to utilize technology in the creation of a knowledge economy. Unfortunately, this push results in an all-too-common problem of using technology for the sake of using technology without sufficient thought to the educational purposes and benefits. The aim of TEDC 2010 is to discuss the role educational technology can play in social and economic development in developing countries.
For questions about papers, and the submission process, contact: tedc2010 (at) gmail.com For general questions regarding the conference, please email: clint.rogers2008 (at) gmail.com
TEDC 2008 was held in Kampala, Uganda; and it was a great success with a variety of activities and attendants with diverse background.