Tech@State: Mobile Diplomacy is coming on October 3, 2014 to GWU’s Jack Morton Auditorium. Following on the heels of the successful Tech-in-State conference on Mobile Diplomacy, Tech@State will host experts from a range of government agencies, the private-sector and academia to discuss the future of mobile technology at the Department of State. Join us for engaging discussions on how we can best harness the power of mobile both in Washington and abroad to empower U.S. diplomacy in the present and future.
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This week, the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Department of Education, and educators around the world are celebrating International Education Week and how studying in another country and learning about the world can transform lives.
On November 1, the Office of eDiplomacy hosted Tech@State: EdTech, which explored how technology is expanding educational opportunity around the world. The event, held on the campus of George Washington University, explored the revolutionary changes that technology has brought to education and how those changes can enhance diplomacy and offer educational opportunities around the world.
Highlights from the day included a robot from VGo that virtually connected with locals at the Nicaraguan-North American Binational Center, allowing them to interact with conference participants. This technology offers new possibilities for remote participation and cultural exchanges. Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs Evan Ryan announced two exciting education initiatives from the State Department. First, she announced the State Department’s new…Continue