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Sunday, October 2

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    The $1 million TED prize 2013
    Distinguished Alumni Award, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, 2013
    Honorary Doctorate, Open University, UK, 2014
    Honorary Doctorate, Siglio 21 University, Argentina, 2016

    Principal Achievements
    Conception, design, development and implementation of novel computer applications in India.
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    Devloped the concepts of SOLE where children in groups manage their own learning. They are assisted by a 'granny cloud', a groups of mostly retired teachers who interact with the children over Skype.
    2013: The School in the Cloud
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    own learning.
    Recent research awards
    Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi, 2000-2006, $ 150,000 for experiments in the Hole in the Wall technology in Delhi Slums.
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    Knowledge Transfer Partership, 2009-2010, about GBP 100,000 for a reseach project with ICS, Glasgow.
    MIT Media Lab, 2011, $100,000 approx. funded by OLPC, USA, towards spending a year at the Media Lab.
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    Cloud project.
    Publications
    Books
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Wednesday, December 30

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    {Eight powers of ten 2001.doc}
    References:
    Inamdar, P., & Kulkarni, A. (2007). ‘Hole-In-The-Wall’ Computer Kiosks Foster Mathematics Achievement - A comparative study. Educational Technology & Society, 10 (2), 170-179.
    Inamdar, P. (2004). Computer skills development by children using 'hole in the wall' facilities in rural India. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 20(3), 337-350. http://www.ascilite.org.au/ajet/ajet20/inamdar.html
    Dangwal, R. & Kapur, P. (2008). Children's learning processes using unsupervised "hole in the wall" computers in shared public spaces. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 24(3), 339-354. http://www.ascilite.org.au/ajet/ajet24/dangwal.html
    Learning through teaching: Peer-mediated instruction in minimally invasive education. Ritu Dangwal and Preeti Kapur. British Journal of Educational Technology (2009) Volume 40, Issue 1, Pages 5-22.
    Impact of Minimally Invasive Education on children: an Indian perspective Ritu Dangwal, Swati Jha and Preeti Kapur. [Colloquium. British Journal of Educational Technology
    A model of how children acquire computing skills from “hole in the wall” computers in public places. [Information Technologies and International Development]
    Acquisition of computing l iteracy on shared public computers:children and the “hole in the wall”
    The relationship between environmental factors and usage behaviors at 'Hole-in-the-Wall' computers Jennifer DeBoer
    International Journal of Educational Development Volume 29, Issue 1, January 2009, Pages 91-98.
    Public-Private Partnership in a Minimally Invasive Education Approach Dr. Swati Jha and Shiffon Chatterjee, International Education Journal, 2005, 6(5), 587-597.
    Acquisition of computing literacy on shared public computers: Children and the 'Hole in the Wall' . Dr. Sugata Mitra, Dr. Ritu Dangwal, Shiffon Chatterjee, Dr. Swati Jha, Ravinder S. Bisht and Preeti Kapur, Australasian Journal of Educational Technology 2005, 21(3), 407-426.
    (Recipient of AERA SIG Communication of Research Annual Award for the Best Education Research Article in an Open Access Journal for 2005)
    Self organising systems for mass computer literacy: Findings from the 'Hole in the Wall' experiments , Dr. Sugata Mitra
    International Journal of Development Issues, Vol. 4, No. 1 (2005) 71-81
    Children and the Internet: Experiments with minimally invasive education in India , Dr. Sugata Mitra and Vivek Rana. The British Journal of Educational Technology, volume 32, issue 2, pp 221-232. (2001)
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    References:
    Inamdar, P., & Kulkarni, A. (2007). ‘Hole-In-The-Wall’ Computer Kiosks Foster Mathematics Achievement - A comparative study. Educational Technology & Society, 10 (2), 170-179.
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Wednesday, November 11

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    2013 SOLEs in England, a qualitative study
    2014 The Gateshead experiments that led to SOLEs
    2014 The Future of Schooling
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    2006 eGovmonitor article
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Friday, May 15

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    Sugata Mitra
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    Professor of Educational Technology, School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences, Newcastle University, UK
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