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eLearning Africa 2010



Mobile Learning, Green IT and Inclusion Key to Education in Africa
The fifth eLearning Africa conference identified trends and key measures for empowering education on the Continent moreMore


eLA 2010: ICTs Enable Exchange between Cultures on the Continent
This year’s eLearning Africa conference started with a stirring speech on Online Social Education of African Youth delivered by the Rt Rev Dr S. Tilewa Johnson, Bishop of Gambia. moreMore


eLA: How ICTs Can Help Build Peace, Security and Stability
"Information and communication Technologies (ICTs) can play a major role in building peace, security and stability in some of the most troubled places on the planet," says New Security Foundation Chairman, Dr Harold Elletson.

Dr Elletson was speaking at the eLearning Africa conference in Lusaka, Zambia during a session hosted by the New Security Foundation and involving participants from all over Africa. moreMore


eLearning Africa Photo Competition: Winning Photo from Zambia
Winners of the first eLearning Africa photo competition will be featured in an exhibition at the fifth pan-African conference on Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) for Development, Education and Training. moreMore


Inclusive Education a Priority for Ministers' Meeting in Zambia
Zambia's capital will host a gathering of some of Africa's top educational decision-makers on May 26th at eLearning Africa. The Round Table, entitled "Leading for change in ICTs in education", will see Ministers and senior policy advisers from Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, Burkina Faso, Mauritania, Equatorial Guinea and Zambia discuss how ICTs can foster capacity development in African education systems. Zambia's Minister of Education, the Honourable Ms Dora Siliya, will open the event. moreMore


eLearning Africa 2010: Scholarship Programme helps to ensure attendance from African people representing the grassroot level
Teachers and technologists gathering at the eLearning Africa 2010 conference will be working on an all-African agenda to empower education systems on the Continent through latest learning technologies. moreMore


eLearning Africa 2010: Will Africa Learn by Mobile Phone or by Desktop Computer?
Teachers and technologists gathering at the eLearning Africa 2010 conference in Zambia will be debating a billion dollar question, attempting to work out whether future African students will learn from the telephones in their pockets or from the laptops in their classrooms. more More


How ICTs Are Changing the Way We Live: eLearning Africa Launches Online Photo Competition
How have mobile phones, the Internet, computers and the audiovisual media changed people’s lives on the African continent? To find out, eLearning Africa has launched an online photography contest. moreMore


eLearning Africa 2010: Call for Proposals
eLearning Africa conference has opened its Call for Proposals – Suggestions for the programme can be submitted until January 15th. moreMore


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