December 11 at the conference hall of the Technological University of Tajikistan was held the first conference “OpenCon 2014 Dushanbe” organized by Information and Education e-zine “ICT4D” with the assistance and support of the Center for Information and Communication Technologies in Dushanbe, AISP and IT companies of Tajikistan, as well as by other event partners.
Informational and educational e-zine “ICT4D” in partnership with the foundation conference OpenCon 2014 Washington and the Center for Information Technology and Communications in Dushanbe organizes satellite conference #OpenCon2014Dushanbe to kick start or continue to build the momentum for Open Access, Open Education, and Open Data in Tajikistan, and in tandem with others across the world.
International association for the exchange of student for technical experience in Tajikistan is announcing competition
IAESTE Tajikistan (International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience) is announcing competition among fluently speaking English or German Languages students, post-graduate students and young/junior specialists from the Republic of Tajikistan and elsewhere for having international technical internship for summer 2015.
Literacy is the ability to read and write in a specific language. Power of a language depends on the opportunities it offers. That’s why the Arab-Latin fusion was central to the dawn of modern civilization. Carly Fiorina, then CEO of HP, elaborated it at the end of her speech: Although we are often unaware of our indebtedness to […]
Start-up project “That’s Tajik“ is looking for Interns to start their new project. That’s Tajik is the service for the purchase of products made by Tajik artisans online. It aims to make the process of buying and selling handicrafts easy, comfortable and pleasurable. Products are divided into 4 categories : apparel, shoes, house interior items and souvenirs. […]
Whether you are looking for a master’s degree program, computer science classes, a K-12 curriculum, or GED study program, this list gives you a look at 50 websites that promise education for free. From databases that organize over 1,000,000 students throughout 16 universities, to a small library of documents for those interested in history, the […]
Less than a year ago, brothers Hadi Partovi and Ali Partovi launched Code.org to help advocate for computer science in the U.S. and increase participation in STEM education by making these subjects more available in schools and classrooms around the country. Today, it seems that what started as a whisper has grown into a roar.