GLP to Remain Open to All Educators

From 2002-2011, USAID and other funders supported the Global Learning Portal with the aim of harnessing the power of the Web for the benefit of teachers and learners all over the world. In the early days of the Internet, USAID's innovative approach to harness the power of educators worldwide was visionary, paving the way for the many education portals that exist today. In July 2011, FHI 360 took responsibility for maintaining the GLP for the benefit of educators around the world, at no cost to the United States Government. Read more about the change here.

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14 July 2011

The Afghanistan Higher Education Project Portal - Connecting Educators

The Afghanistan Higher Education Project Portal is a great example of teachers using technology for professional development. Read more about the project and check out the video testimonial here.

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31 May 2011

Reaching Educators and Learners Online

The Global Learning Portal has just completed a review of education portals from across the world. The paper discusses opportunities and obstacles in portal development, potential audiences, and cost-effectiveness, and then reviews 16 different educational portals. Read more about the review here.

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18 March 2011

The Rwanda Education Commons, an alliance to expand and improve education in Rwanda using ICTs, is one of GLP's largest projects.

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