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Qualcomm and Sesame Workshop India Launch Project

Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM), through its Wireless Reach™ initiative, and Sesame Workshop India, which spearheads the Galli Galli Sim Sim initiative in India, today announced the launch of the Radiophone project. The initiative combines community radio with mobile phones to expand access to quality educational experiences for children,.... Read More »

Blackboard Announces Expanded Presence in Brazil and the Middle East

Blackboard Inc. announced new partnerships in the Middle East and Brazil that will help support growing demand for online learning in each region. The partnerships will enable Blackboard to better support the greater use of education technology at schools and universities as well as corporations, government, military and professional organizations Read More »

Video Series: World's Top-Performing Educational Systems

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the Pearson Foundation today announced details of a second collection of investigative films documenting successful education initiatives currently improving student learning in classrooms around the world. Read More »

Promethean Agreement with Mexican Government

Promethean signed a Memorandum of Collaboration with the Mexican Secretaria of Public Education (SEP) Under the MoC, Promethean and the SEP will collaborate on activities and programs to deepen, strengthen and improve primary and secondary education in Mexico. Read More »

UNESCO Evaluation Shows Student Achievement Increases

Technology, when integrated with interactive digital content, teacher training and community involvement, has a positive impact on student learning and performance, according to the results of the “Interactive Class” project evaluated and released today by UNESCO. Dell announced that it will extend research on technology’s impact on teaching and learning in emerging and developed countries. Read More »

Desktop Virtualization Software License Giveaway at Computex 2011

At Computex in Taipei Taiwan, Userful Corporation, the global leader in Linux desktop virtualization, will be showcasing and giving away free software licenses for it's Userful MultiSeat™ software which turns one Linux computer into 10 high performance independent computer stations using standard USB devices such as the HP t100 and t150, Wyse E01, and DisplayLink devices. Read More »

Sublime Learning™ and Edsoft Interactive Announce Global Partnership

Sublime Learning announces a strategic global partnership with Edsoft Interactive, giving the Australian educational leader exclusive distribution rights for Sublime Learning products and services throughout the Australia and New Zealand education market. Read More »

Kaplan Australia and Franklyn Scholar Join Forces To Become Australia’s Largest Private National Education Provider

Kaplan Australia and Franklyn Scholar are joining forces to bring together Kaplan’s leadership in financial services education and Franklyn Scholar’s broader market capabilities. Together they now form the largest national provider of vocational work-based education in Australia and offer diverse education programs that range from short courses all the way through to higher education. Read More »

European Learning Industry Group's New Executive Committee

The drive to continually raise the profile of learning on the European political and commercial agendas has been given greater impetus with a newly expanded Executive Committee for the European Learning Industry Group (ELIG). The ELIG is an open industry group with members representing the full value chain of 21st century services, products and solutions in support of knowledge and learning advancement. Read More »

VizZle® Partners with Department of Education of the Philippines To Pilot Visual Learning Software

Together with the Autism Society Philippines (ASP) and Globe Telecom, VizZle has partnered with the Department of Education of the Philippines (DepEd) to meet the needs of children with autism in metro Manila schools. The ASP reports at least 500,000 Filipino families have a member affected with autism Read More »