iEARN-USA and OAS are partnering to offer this online course, October 4 – November 29, 2012, for teacher educator's worldwide to integrate web 2.0 tools in the training of their future teachers. Read More >
The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA), in collaboration with U.S. Embassy Dhaka and iEARN, will host a Youth TechCamp in Dhaka, Bangladesh, from September 16-18, 2012. Read More >
Participants will have a chance to plan iEARN project activities, with facilitators of several projects, including the Natural Disaster Youth Summit, Origami Project, and Taisho Koto and Kabuki music and dance projects, in attendance to present their experiences. Read More >
A celebration of youth media produced by young artists from around Uganda through the Adobe Youth Voices program. Since 2009 iEARN/SchoolNet-Uganda has successfully implemented the Adobe Youth Voices program in over 12 schools and organizations around the country. Read More >
To be hosted virtually for the first time ever using Adobe Connect. As in previous events in Canada and Taiwan, this year's festival will highlight youth-produced media created as part of iEARN's Adobe Youth Voices partnership. Read More >
iEARN-Pakistan, in collaboration with the US Embassy Islamabad, is hosting Access Summer Institute 2012. 100 Access students from 13 cities of Pakistan from 15 different Access Programs will in Islamabad for the program from 17th-29th June 2012.
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