Technological Innovation for developing Low Cost ICT products and its Usage

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Discussion Points

  • What are the different access/delivery device that may be used: TV, Radio, Computers
  • What are the different kinds of connectivity options that may be explored: offline, online, cacheing internet content
  • Feasibility of Low Cost Devices

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  1. “New Technologies; New Modes of Teaching; New Forms of access to Higher Education”. A report, by the Digital Education Enhancement Program (DEEP), of the collaborative project between Fort Hare University, South Africa and the Open University, UK. using ICTs effectively in teaching and learning.
  2. Dec 2008, “Landscape Analysis of Low-cost Computing Devices”, Vital Wave Consulting,
  3. Joyojeet Pal, Rabin Patra, Sergiu Nedevschi, Madelaine Plauche, Udai Pawar, Spring 2009, “The Case of the Occasionally Cheap Computer: Low-cost Devices and Classrooms in the Developing World”, 2009 USC Annenberg School for Communication

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