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Mobile era reading

Posted on 01 May 2014 with 0 comments
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A recent report by UNESCO and partners about reading using mobile devices in Africa is enlightening. The report is engaging, interesting and informative. It also provides some real insights into some of the issues about the use of mobile digital devices in education; for example, levels of literacy, education reach, gender, accessibility to reading materials and improved literacy rates.


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