Engaged Learning

UN-APCICT participates in conference on the use of innovative internet for research and education in Almaty, Kazakhstan on 1-2 October 2014

UN-APCICT participates in the First CAREN Regional Networking Conference on “Innovative Internet for Researchers and Higher Education” at Turan University in Almaty, Kazakhstan to raise awareness on the role of capacity development and promote ICTD education in higher education.


UN-APCICT promotes engaged learning in universities across Asia-Pacific

Over 100 participants from more than 20 countries came together in Selangor, Malaysia for the three-day event held from 3 to 5 June as part of a series of UN-APCICT activities promoting students’ engagement in community development.


Whether it is an IT student volunteering in a rural Timor-Leste community learning center, or a health student on work experience at a Cambodian women's center, engaged learning methods can better prepare young people to be the future leaders of the Asia–Pacific region.

UN-APCICT promotes ICT for sustainable development (ICTD) to institutions of higher learning in Cambodia

The Asian and Pacific Training Centre for Information and Communication Technology for Development (APCICT), in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MoEYS), co-organized the High Level Briefing on the Primer Series on ICTD for Youth on 23 December 2016. The briefing took place in conjunction with the national launch of Women and ICT Frontier Initiative (WIFI) on 19-22 December in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Engaged Learning Toolkit/Guidebook "Using ICT for Community Development"

Engaged Learning is a pedagogical strategy that links classroom learning with community development practices within a credit-based university curriculum. For students who are learning about the field of information and communication technology for development (ICTD), engaged learning can be an effective approach to provide them with practical experiences in helping local communities through ICT-based innovation.