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BBC News - Rahul Gandhi: Congress' favourite son heading for defeat?

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bbc.co.uk - The hopes of India's Congress party rest on the leadership of Rahul Gandhi, heir to the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty which has dominated Indian politics for decades. The BBC's Geeta Pandey went to Uttar Pr...

70+ MOOCs Coming Up in May 2014 - EdTechReview™ (ETR)

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edtechreview.in - EdTechReview (ETR) is a community of and for everyone involved in education technology to connect and collaborate both online and offline to discover, learn, utilize and share about the best ways t...

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theguardian.com - Can you suggest a silent laptop? I've just got a QuietPC, which is very nice, but someone I know needs a totally silent laptop. It needs to be Windows/Office capable (so no Chromebooks) but not par...

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theguardian.com - Online retailer Amazon has been hit by renewed industrial action in two of its distribution centres in Germany. Hundreds of workers in Leipzig and Bad Hersfeld staged an all-day strike on Thursday....

20 Kickstarter campaigns that showed what crowdfunding was capable of | Technology

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theguardian.com - Earlier this week, musician Neil Young finished raising the third biggest amount ever on crowdfunding website Kickstarter. His Pono music player and downloads store attracted $6.2m of pledges, with...

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This online newspaper is created by GESN. Which will offer significant number of high-quality news articles, information articles and reviews from Global education sector.

Editor's note

Welcome message from the Editor-in-Chief

I am delighted to welcome you to the launch of “Global Education Times” by Global Education Support Network (GESN) . I wish to extend my gratitude to the Senior Associate Editors and the members of the Editorial Board as they are the backbone of this educational endeavor. We could not envisage starting this e-paper without the support and professionalism of educators involved in making this e-paper a success.

I would like to emphasize the compelling reasons for launching a new open-access e-paper in this ever expanding area of education, as well as our aspirations and vision for the future. I believe that it is important to have an e-paper which gives free access to global education news and its contents and promotes high-quality research and intellectual output of educators. We aim to bridge the gap so that educators get a wider audience for their ideas, innovations & achievements. I believe we will be publishing a significant number of high-quality news articles, information articles and reviews from educators around the world. The e-paper invites articles in the areas of innovation in teaching and learning methodologies, e-education, education technology and its impact in teaching learning process – a broad-based theme that should appeal to the largest possible audience interested in this subject. I look forward to a successful first year as Editor-in-Chief and welcome any comments or suggestions you may have that would improve the e-paper and our services.

 
Tina Sobti  -  Editor-in-Chief
Global Education Times

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