Selected publications (.pdf)

"Education Change, Leadership and the Knowledge Society" 
Global e-Schools Initiative (GeSCI)  

Survey of ICT in education in the Caribbean
Volume 1: Regional trends & analysis
Volume 2: Country reports

Using technology to train teachers:
Appropriate uses of ICT for
teacher professional developmen
infoDev (Mary Burns, co-author)

Project evaluation:
Uganda rural school-based telecenters

World Bank Institute
(Sara Nadel, co-author)

The Educational Object Economy:
Alternatives in authoring &
aggregation of educational software 

Interactive Learning Environments
(Purchase or subscription req'd) 

Development of multimedia resources 
UNESCO (Cesar Nunes, co-author)

Real Access/Real Impact
Teresa Peters &
(hosted for reference; RIP TMP) 


Learning, technology & development


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Young people (15-24) can give feedback to UN on education - 

The Secretary General's office is soliciting feedback on the UN's Education First initiative from young people with experience working in education.

Here's the information, deadline is 26 August: 

The United Nations wants to hear from young people regarding Education First, theUN Secretary-General’s Global Initiative on Education.

If you are aged 15-24 and have experience or expertise in working on issues of education, your organization or network can nominate you to be a part of the Youth Advocacy Group for Education First by sending your CV/résumé and a short written statement to by 26 August 2012.

If someone you know may be interested and eligible, please circulate this call to them. See the Terms of Reference for further details, and if you have any questions, ask them by email (, on Facebook ( or via Twitter (@UNFPAyouth #educationfirst). We are counting on your support!

Best wishes,
The Youth Sub-Working Group for Education First