Author: Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)
Year: 2018
Agency: INEE
Full Citation: INEE. (n.d). Technology and education in crises task team. New York: Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE). Retrieved from: http://www.ineesite.org/en/task-teams/technology
Overview: The idea that technology alone can solve problems is long past; the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in education is best as a tool to support good teaching and quality learning. In crisis contexts, where teaching and learning are jeopardized or interrupted, and where learners are on the move, the great possibility of ICT faces its toughest test. Across the education value chain, and especially in emergencies and conflicts, ICT presents unique opportunities for: learner access to quality materials in formal and non-formal settings; teacher professional development; community and family engagement; administrative support; infrastructure data collection; and creating social networks that foster pathways to higher education and employment.  

Key Resources

  1. Executive Overview of two Impact Evaluations John Comings, World Vision, 2018
  2. Impact and Technical Evaluation - Feed the Monster Nedjma Koval-Saifi and Jan Plass, World Vision, 2018
  3. Impact and Technical Evaluation - Antura and the Letters Nedjma Koval-Saifi and Jan Plass, World Vision, 2018
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