• These are the slides for the course Tim Unwin used to teach on statistics for social scientists in the Geography Department at Royal Holloway, University of London
  • This series of meetings is designed to explore ideas and practices associated with critical theory and revolution.It is intended for both undergraduate students and research students in the ICT4D collective.


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    Overview: This third year undergraduate course taught last in 2010-11 provides an interpretation of the policies and practices associated with the use of information and communication technologies for development (ICT4D). Guests are welcome to access the course, and to do so should obtain an enrolment key from Tim Unwin (tim.unwin@rhul.ac.uk)

  • This course allows guest users to enter  
    This environment is being developed by the ICT4D Collective on behalf of the ICT4D Partnership for African Higher Education Institutions involving the University of Education Winneba (Ghana), Universidade Eduardo Mondlane (Mozambique), Maseno University (Kenya), the Université Cheikh Anta Diop (Sénégal), Tumaini Univeristy (Tanzania), the University of Southern Denmark (Denmark), the University of Joensuu (Finland), and the UNESCO Chair in ICT4D at Royal Holloway, University of London (UK). It provides an environment for discussion forums, wikis, blogs and sharing resources.
  • This environment was designed to provide a forum for discussion and knowledge sharing among postgraduate students within the ICT4D Collective. It was experimental, and intended to explore how Moodle could best be used to support postgraduate research activities. Since 2009 it has been superseded by our Elgg environment at http://ict4dconsortium.rhul.ac.uk/elgg/. More recently, though, it has also been used to make available some teaching items, such as files relating to Tim Unwin's Master's course on statistics for geographers.