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New Research Project: Technology and Education for the most marginalised Post-COVID-19

In May, I joined #Emmpostcovid19 (Education for the Most Marginalised post-COVID-19) project as a junior researcher. The aim of the project to co-create a set of recommendations for governments on using digital technologies to enhance their education systems post-COVID19. This project is led by the UNESCO Chair in ICT4D, Professor Tim Unwin.

You can read more about the project on the #Emmpostcovid19 website:

"Members of the UNESCO Chair in ICT4D are involved in an exciting new initiative to develop a Report by September 2020 on practical guidance for governments on using digital technologies to enhance their education systems once the immediate crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has passed (see Summary). 

This Report will be short, succinct and practical, and will also include a series of brief Guidance Notes addressing the most important activities that governments need to address to ensure the inclusion of some of the world’s poorest and most marginalised people. The work is being funded by DFID and the World Bank through their EdTech Hub"

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Dr Alicja Pawluczuk

Alicja’s research, art and community education practice focuses on digital inclusion and education, gender digital divide and feminism. She is a founding director of the digital inclusion and digital storytelling collective Digital Beez. Through the use of participatory, critical and multidisciplinary approaches, she aims to examine the power dynamics associated with the digital and data divides.

Alicja’s digital inclusion practice is rooted in the areas of democratic education and community development. She has extensive experience in digital inclusion community projects design, facilitation, and evaluation. Both her community engagement practice and her research are characterised by the use of experimental and interactive methodologies. Over the last 10 years, her work has been responding and changing in accordance with the contexts of digitalization of society. Alicja has a track record of peer-reviewed publications and cross-disciplinary public engagement activities. Both her research and practice are characterised with the use of experimental and creative methods. She has managed and contributed to digital literacy and digital inclusion and learning projects with the United Nations, the Council of Europe, and Erasmus.

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