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Where do projects lead - Informal learning
Friday, 04 November 2011 20:11
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Came across this interesting paper which talks about how using ICTs in development contexts can lead to many different types of informal learning, that is, learning where nobody set out to teach anything. This makes you wonder what some of the hidden benefits to some of our projects may have been.
 
New home page is here
Friday, 21 October 2011 18:16
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It's been a couple of years since we have refreshed the website, all of the previous content is available of course, but we hope that the new interface will make the site easier to use. The main aim of course is to keep bringing our readers the highlights of the research and activities that we are involved in. We really believe that some of the stuff we are looking into is both ground breaking and potentially life changing for people in lesser developed communities all over the world.

 
Open Hardware
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Tuesday, 13 September 2011 20:11
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At the GK3 recently, Steve Song pointed out that open hardware was becoming an option. 

 
Research Into Use
Tuesday, 13 September 2011 20:09
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Met with Research into Use, who are conducting a multi million pound programme for DFID on Natural Resources and Livelihoods. The short version seems to be, DFID spent 200+ Million over the last 30 years on research in Natural Resources, this resulted in 2800 projects.

 
C4D lunches
Tuesday, 13 September 2011 20:08
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Since Jackie is the only person I know who reads this, I should highlight her lunches. C4D is a networking lunch foranyone into C4d and lives near enough to London to make it worthwhile. Jackie is founder and keenie. And it is growing and useful. Kudos to Jackie.

 
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