Dear Respective partners;
The SPIDER ICT4D Cambodia Network is a collaborative project among local and international NGOs working to promote and leverage information and communication technologies (ICTs) for CSOs/NGOs in Cambodia. Leading the implementation from Open Development Cambodia (ODC), the network and its partners are pleased to invite you to attend the meeting of ICT4D in education. This meeting is created to discuss, sharing, learning, and as well as seeking for future collaboration from each other involved in ICT for education in Cambodia.
The meetings will be informal, giving all participants the opportunity to briefly present themselves their works that they are doing in ICT in Education in Cambodia, and learning about what others are doing. Furthermore, 2 additional presentations are requested to share from our speakers below;
- E-Career Counseling application for Cambodian Youth presented by InSTEDD iLab South East Asia.
- A case study sharing from Development Innovation (DI), Deconstructing Design: Transforming Reading Assessments Through Technology in Cambodia.
It will be held on 23rd of August, 2018 from 2:00 to 5:00 pm at the EWMI office at house No. 43, Street 208, Sangkat Boeung Raing, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh (Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/7ifAt6nRson).
We would like to encourage you to confirm your attendance by 20th August, 2018 and your early reply will be greatly appreciated. Please send your confirmation at email@example.com, or phone at 012 429 597 for the better arrangement.
Thank you very much for your attention and I look forward to meeting very soon.
ICT4D Cambodia Network was invited to attend the DI’s User Training which will be take place between 21-23 August, 2018 at the Development Innovations (DI) office. 2 NGO partners on behalf of the ICT4D Cambodia Network were interested and assisgned to join include Women’s Media Center of Cambodia (WMC) and Family Health International (FHI360). The training will be facilitated by our expert from DAI Global Home Office who is a user research and digital design specialist at DAI’s Center for Digital Acceleration.
The broader goal of user research is to ensure that the problem is effectively and clearly identified, and that the solution designed based on that problem is effective for those users. In essence, it is a risk mitigation strategy; the risk being that an organization spends significant time and resources developing a solution that nobody uses because users were not engaged throughout the design process. The goal of this training is to provide participants with an introduction to user research as a methodology; how it fits into the design process; and why it is important in the context of design, whether one is designing a mobile app, web site, or social program.
By end of the training, trainees will:
– Obtain both theoretical and practical understanding on user research methodologies
– Be able to design a practical user research; starting from questionnaire design, field data collection and data analysis to finding presentation
– Have an initial plan for future user research
– Obtain skill on the use of digital data collection tool to administer the research process