Governments around the world already invest significant portions of their GDP in education, but very little of this is invested in innovation. This is something the ICT industry has the power to change.
One venue. One question. Three round table themes. This was the setting that guided the conversations at NEST 2011 in Hong Kong. Read on to explore the facts and topics that formed the basis of the round table agenda.
Professor Mitra's groundbreaking research on new technology-enabled learning methods has earned him a reputation as a leading scholar in the field of Minimally Invasive Education - a theme he explored at NEST 2011.