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Welcome to SDG Pulse, the intersection between Elearning and Sustainability Development Goals, particularly SDG №4. Here we keep track of the ways in which the eLearning Industry is (or is not) promoting economic development and social justice. Welcome!
It's disheartening to know that for many learners today, online learning is still a luxury. It is a reality among the developing world and even in countries like the U.S. And let's not get started on the fact that...
More Open EdTech SDGs Another year, another controversy born out of the winners of the Nobel prize. When it comes to the bitterly political issue of poverty alleviation, more massive projects probably deserve more recognition than this year's laureates, Esther...
More Open EdTech for SDGs Is quality learning content a universal right? If UNESCO statements are any indications, yes. In 2012, The Paris OER Declaration coined the term for "Open Educational Resources." Based on principles an statements including the Universal Declaration...
Kentaro Yoshifuji envisions a future platform in which people —to be blunt, those earning the lowest wages possible around the world— deliver minimum wage-type jobs anywhere on earth with the help of robots. You are likely to hear more...
Our Open EdTech for SDGs Tracker initiative has been met with broad and positive reception, and we could not be happier. But more importantly, it has brought to attention the many contributing inititiatives in the intersection of EdTech and...
An ongoing LMSPulse guide for aspiring Open EdTech doers, entrepreneurs and advocates. Last updated: July 29th, 2019 Many of us in the Open Source EdTech world have at least some idea of its global importance. We can find most of these...
On the eve of the 8th anniversary of its creation, Nephila Web Technology's reasons to celebrate only continue to grow. With the exception of Australian-based eCreators, Nephila is the only Certified Moodle Partner in the ASEAN region. For Manila-born co-founder,...
When it comes to the world's biggest problems, it turns out they have problems of their own. That explains in part why they are so big. Education is one of those big problems, which contains a collection of multi-faceted problems...
The value of the world’s higher education network continues to be put to the test. While the increase in the rate of enrollment in technical, vocational, and tertiary education continues to grow, perhaps we could be expecting bigger effects...