The Indiana University Research and Technology Corp. recently completed a licensing agreement with the National Institute of Education in Singapore for use of IU’s Critical Web Reader in Singapore. In parallel, the National Institute of Education has also entered into a service agreement with IU wherein IU will provide support to a team in Singapore led by the institute. Along with funding from IU and the IU School of Education, the Critical Web Reader was developed in part by a grant from the National Institute of Education in Singapore. IU Bloomington associate professor James Damico is the co-creator of the Critical Web Reader, along with Mark Baildon, associate professor at the National Institute of Education. Damico and Baildon have led the research, curriculum design and professional development dimensions on the project. Read more here.