Tag Archives: Education

Typographic State of Africa

Skyler Vander Molen compiles a number of facts about Africa to produce this fantastic image. Via World Famous Design Junkies
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Evidence of Language Discovered in Monkeys

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The 10,000 Hour Initiative

People often ask me how I ended up working in technology and software development despite having gone to Art School. I learned at a very ...
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LG Announces Solar e-Reader

As sub-Saharan Africans schools increasingly turn to ICTs in order to reduce the cost of education and improve learning, e-books can be a powerful ...
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Fostering Innovation in Schools

I’m no expert in Education but I do think about it a great deal. For instance: Why do some schools turn out successful students while ...
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10,000 African Hours

The reason Appfrica Labs is structured in the way it is, is not only to empower East African software developers to create the solutions to ...
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WhereCamp Africa in Nairobi | April 4th

WhereCamp is the free unconference for geogeographers, mobile location experts and social cartographers and all kinds of folks interested in place. It will run shortly ...
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E-learning. The way forward for Africa?

“Online master’s degree from UK. Min 2 yrs work experience required.” Such adverts are very common on the internet. Advancement in technology seems to have ...
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OLPC Hits Hard Times, Cuts Staff in Half

Nicholas Negroponte, a founder of One Laptop Per Child (OLPC), has announced that financial hard times have hit the OLPC effort, and the group will ...
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Intel Chairman Touts Tech/Education for Developing Countries

Tiernan Ray recently covered Intel Craig Barret’s ideas on using tech to benefit developing countries. “There are more Internet users in China than there are people ...
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