Bridging the Technology Gap: Mobile Phones for Education and Learning
Slides from the Ministerial Roundtable, 18th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers (18CCEM), Mauritius, 30 August 2012. Presented by Dr. K. Balasubramanian, Commonwealth of Learning.
- 2011-2015 
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