SusDeViKI℠ is an online journal and international community for sharing refereed educational materials that are targeted toward low-literate learners in impoverished settings to enable sustainable development.
SusDeViKI℠ aims to serve the rapidly increasing need to share learning and usable educational content being deployed by governmental and non-governmental entities and enterprises with a social mission around the world. A common criticism of education in the realm of sustainable development is the inability to “scale” or even learn from the many innovative experiments being carried out around the world.
SusDeViKI℠ addresses this challenge by reviewing educational content, supporting research that is submitted to the online system, and by presenting accepted content in a usable form. The larger purpose is to serve as a platform for refereed educational content that can then be used either as is or likely through customization in settings across the world.
The SusDeViKI℠ Editorial Board is currently accepting submissions for content associated with agriculture and life sciences, marketplace literacy, and women's empowerment.