Read five key takeaways from last week’s panel on “MOOCs and Online Learning” at the American Association for the Advancement of Science event on “Broadening Access and Participation in STEM Education Through Technology: Promises & Challenges” in Washington, DC.

Yesterday, Facebook and six phone companies announced the launch of to bring affordable Internet access to the five billion people without it. Reactions from our network have ranged from outright enthusiasm to skepticism about Zuckerberg’s selfish gift.

Rather than exploring the impact of this project on the future of public-private partnerships, how this effort will compete …

A serial TechChange participant of over five courses to date, Carolyn Florey started taking TechChange courses in 2011 to supplement her Master’s program at Johns Hopkins SAIS, and has since been coming back for more continuing education in her ICT4D career at organizations including the World Bank and USAID.

Pursuing his interest in mobile technology in humanitarian response and journalism, Trevor Knoblich combined his past background with his new connections and knowledge from the TC105: Mobiles in International Development course to successfully land a job at FrontlineSMS. Here is Trevor’s story, in his own words.