ASPnet projects on the use of ICT in education

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Over 9,000 schools in 180 countries are members of the UNESCO Associated Schools network (ASPnet) (as of November 2010). Many of these schools pilot ICT in exchange programmes that link schools of different countries and continents. In addition, some flagship projects at the international level aim at the effective use of ICT to improve quality education.

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Learn more about ASPnet experimental projects at the regional, interregional or international levels.

  • Great Volga River Route Project (2004-2007)
    Uniting 16 countries situated along the Great Volga River Route, the Baltic, Black and Caspian Seas, rich in natural and cultural heritage, this cross-cutting and inter-sectoral UNESCO project aims to link young people.
  • GigaPan dialogue
    The GigaPan Dialogues seek to promote empathy and understanding between cultures and create a greater sense of community through an exchange of explorable, high-resolution digital imagery. Using a robotic camera provided by the programme, children in participating UNESCO Associated schools take explorable, high-resolution panoramic images of the world around them, and share them with their contemporaries around the globe.
  • The Transatlantic Slave Trade Education Project (TST)
    This project links schools in the three regions which were involved in the triangular Transatlantic Slave Trade (Africa, the Americas and Europe).
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