Category Archives: Student Technology Projects in Developing Countries

University of Waterloo Team Winners for Teachers Without Frontiers Project!

For the past two years, Masters students of the University of Waterloo‘s project management courses, MSci 651 and BE 605, have worked with the Pakistan NGO Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi (ITA) or centre for education and consciousness supporting their flagship pilot programs, Teachers Without Frontiers. The … Continue reading

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Teachers Without Frontiers

In Spring 2016, four groups of University of Waterloo Masters students who were undertaking the Graduate Diploma in Business Entrepreneurship, worked with the Teachers Without Frontiers organisation in Pakistan on the use of information technology in schools. The attached newsletter … Continue reading

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NetHope and the University of Waterloo Research Partnership

In the Spring of 2007 an agreement was made between NetHope and the University of Waterloo’s Department of Management Sciences. The agreement was to enable students from the online Masters in Management Sciences in the Management of Technology to undertake … Continue reading

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