The integration of technology in education has been catalyzed by school closures due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. However, significant gaps exist between stakeholders, policymakers, and practitioners with regard to technological capabilities and their knowledge of how technology may bring positive changes, e.g., help reduce teacher workload, promote differential teaching, and support efficient school management and teacher professional development.
19 September 2018

RISE Programme in Indonesia, which started in 2017, is committed to actively participating in the Indonesian education system reform agenda, which is also an agenda for improving learning outcomes.

27 August 2018

The SMERU Research Institute was honored to have Professor Hal Hill (Australian National University/ANU) on 27 August 2018 as he gave a public lecture on "Half a Century of Indonesian Economic Development: Trends, Conjectures, Questions".

25 July 2018

On 25 July 2018, The SMERU Research Institute organized a book launch and seminar titled “Employment and Re-Industrialization in Indonesia”. The book is written by Dr. Zulfan Tadjoeddin (Senior Lecturer, Western Sydney University) and Prof.

24 July 2018

(This webinar is only available in Indonesian)

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