The dot-EDU Leader-with-Associates Award helped developing countries strengthen learning systems by improving quality and expanding access through carefully planned applications of digital and broadcast technologies. Several Associate Awards continue with that mission, which has two foci. First, dot-EDU was designed to provide training and technical assistance to support USAID Missions in developing countries to implement technology-assisted interventions. Second, dot-EDU was created to conduct pilot projects and prepare knowledge products using available core resources. Activities result in improved understanding, strategic planning, and implementation of technology-assisted educational applications. Twenty-four Associate Awards have been or are being implemented under the dot-EDU mechanism throughout the world. To review the results of many dot-EDU projects, see this multimedia presentation.