Showing posts from March, 2018

ICT Inventory for Education in Emergencies!.... finally launched

The INEE Technology Task Team is pleased to announce the launch of the ICT Inventory for Education in Emergencies ! About The  ICT Inventory  is an interactive, online database of technology resources for delivering quality education in emergencies. The ICT Inventory curates technology  tools  that are, or can be, used to deliver education, as well as  projects where education technology is used in crisis contexts. While other education and edtech portals exist, the ICT Inventory fills a gap with its focus on education in emergencies; and it is unique in its crowdsourced nature, responsive and interactive design, and comprehensive categorization structure. The goal of the ICT Inventory is to make it easy to find and share useful tools and real world examples of technology use in crisis contexts. Users This website is designed primarily for educators and education in emergencies providers, as well as education technology developers; and we expect it w

Invitation to be an Advisor for the Education in Emergencies Allianc

Dear Mona, First, thank you for being a committed part of our OpenIDEO community and for being involved in the Education in Emergencies Challenge. Based on your expertise and commitment to this topic, we are thrilled to invite you to be an Advisor in the Education in Emergencies Alliance. As an advisor and mentor you can be catalytic in empowering innovators. Our hope is to elevate and celebrate not only the innovators, but also the experts, thought leaders and people helping to create an ecosystem of change. You can learn more HERE and there's additional details below. Next steps : If you would like to join us as an Advisor in this initiative, complete this brief survey (clocked at under 5 min)–so we can find your perfect innovator matches by March 16, and we will follow up with next steps. If you know of any other exceptional individuals passionate about the space. Please let me know. About the program: After the Education in Emergencies Ch