The World Bank EduTech Blog

Mike is the principal author of the World Bank's widely read EduTech blog (http://blogs.worldbank.org/edutech), which explores the uses of information and communication technologies (ICTs) to benefit education in middle- and low-income countries. 


Popular and/or influential posts include:


Top blog posts by year: 2016201520142013201220112010


most recent posts




Recent books:


Recent short papers:


Additional publications

Mike was the author of the influential infoDev/World Bank publication, Knowledge Maps: ICT and Education -- What we know, and what we don't, about ICT use in education in developing countries (2005).

Notable research projects and publications that he oversaw during his time at infoDev (2004-2007) include over 75 country-level Surveys of ICT and Education in Africa and the Caribbean, a handbook on Monitoring and Evaluation of ICT in Education Projects, Using Technology to Train Teachers: Appropriate Uses of ICT for Teacher Professional Development in Developing Countries; and the ICT in Education Toolkit for Policymakers, Planners & Practitioners (with UNESCO, used in policy planning processes in over 25 countries).

Mike currently serves as coordinator of the World Bank Education, Technology & Innovation: SABER-ICT Technical Paper Series.

EduTech blog annual compilations

Eigth annual compilations of posts from the World Bank EduTech blog have been published as separate, stand alone documents:



Selected links to blog posts, essays, papers and books exploring the use of new technologies in education and new approaches to support teaching and learning around the world.