Posts tagged: Internet

Call it innovation in education only if you can scale it up

Recently I was invited to participate in the Education World Forum (EWF) that takes place every year in London. This is an initiative lead by the British government in partnership with a number of agencies and companies which are working in development and education initiatives. Although, I have participated earlier in this kind of Summit’s  (WISE, IB,… Read More »

The 2nd digital divide & the 2015 EU Digital Agenda:

e-skills reshaping the future of learning View more presentations from Cristobal Cobo Romaní. After ten years of continuous effort to bring digital technologies to the classroom (particularly in the secondary and tertiary education levels) the European Commission has acknowledged in several policy assessments that the impact of these regional investments in technology have not been… Read More »

Chile First To Approve Net Neutrality Law

Meanwhile there is a sensible discussion about the internet regulation in the US and in the European Union (see “debate on the open internet and net neutrality in Europe” pdf), the South American nation of Chile has become the first country in the world to approve a law guaranteeing net neutrality. The law is already published… Read More »