In epsiode 9, Ceslause talks to the Wikimedia fundis behind offline access. With over 4 billon people disconnected digitally, these amazing projects are working to bridge the divide. Listen to the ideas behind these projects.
Now in Spanish, English, and French. For most people reading this, being online has become an integral part of our lives. It is how we function, work, communicate, collaborate, and connect to our families, friends, communities, and colleagues. Yet nearly 37% of the global population is not connected at all. For most people, being offline … Read More
In a world where over 4 billion individuals are disconnected either by electricity or the internet, it’s a situation that could put a big hole in the quest for free and open knowledge. This whole could make it longer and harder to achieve equality when it comes to free and open knowledge. Some very interesting … Read More
On the 15th October 2021, Open Education Global announced the international winners of the Open Asset category in the annual Open Education Awards for Excellence. For 10 years, the Open Education Awards for Excellence has celebrated the initiatives, projects, practices, materials, resources, and individuals that grow, expand and drive Open Education globally. This year the … Read More
Cape Town, South Africa. 10 December 2018 – Wiki In Africa is proud to announce the launch of version 2 of WikiFundi. WikiFundi (www.wikifundi.org) is an open-source editing platform that provides an offline editable environment with a similar experience to editing Wikipedia online. This version has been tailored to further assist and support educators and community … Read More