|28.02.2011 | 08:30 AM|
|Development Aid Delivered Via Cell Phone Animations|
A farmer in Niger learns how to protect his crops from insects. A resident of Port-au-Prince or a rural Haitian village learns how to avoid exposure to cholera. An entrepreneur in Mali gets step-by-step instructions on extracting the oil from shea seeds to make shea butter she can sell at a local market.These people are benefiting from a new approach to sustainable development education that reaches a much larger audience than traditional methods -- and at a fraction of the cost. The initiative, led by a team of extension educators and faculty at the University of Illinois, produces animated educational videos that people around the world can watch at home, over and over again, on their cell phones.
1 Agricultural, health education goes global via cellphone animations
2 CELP liaison, SAWBO honored by CU
3 Smart Phone Farming
4 Teaching Rural Farmers With Cell Phone Videos
5 Animation & cell phones: Development Aid on the way!
6 Team delivers development aid via cell phone animations
7 Cell phones spur 'Scientific Animations Without Borders'
8 What does the love child of Xtranormal and mhealth look like? Scientific Animations Without Borders, perhaps.
10 OMG Cell Phone Capacity Development Vid RULZ
11 Team delivers development aid via cell phone animations
12 Cellphones seen as world learning tool
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