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Report of the Partnership on Measuring ICT for Development to the UN Statistical Commission’s 40th session (2009)

Tuesday 1 September 2009

This report provides an overview of progress made by the Partnership since the thirty-eighth session of the Commission and presents a revised core list of ICT indicators, including new indicators on measuring ICT in education.
At its thirty-eighth session, the Commission considered the second report of the Partnership, which described progress made by the Partnership since the thirtysixth session, in particular the development of a core list of ICT indicators, as a basis for the collection (...)



East Africa connects to broadband

Monday 31 August 2009

AFP - African countries having a coastline with the Indian Ocean, with the exception of Somalia, now have access to broadband Internet via a submarine cable of optical fiber, which will reduce the cost Access to the Internet, said Thursday the company that installed the cable.
Until now, access to broadband internet in this region of the world, except South Africa, was by satellite. The connection costs were then exorbitant and the connections rate often very slow and unreliable.
The cable (...)



Africa: focus on technology or content?

Monday 31 August 2009

This article was published on 02/12/2003 by RFI
The use of new Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in education systems is not effective in all Africa. But it is already the center of a heated debate.
With 10% of the world’s population, sub-Saharan Africa has only 0.1% of global connections to the Internet, according to the Annual Report of the United Nations Program for Development (UNDP) released in 2001. And UNDP to clarify the same year: “Only 0.4% of the African population (...)



Togo Cellulaire provides computers to the University of Lome

Monday 31 August 2009

The public mobile operator “Togo Cellulaire”, offered on Thursday a lot of hardware to the University of Lome (UL). Composed of twelve computers, five printers and five inverters, this gift is a partnership that both agencies intend to establish and strengthen.
“We want to determine other areas of collaboration to support effectively the University of Lome because this institution provides future human resources for our companies, “ said Amah Bouwèbou, Director of Audit and Control at Togo (...)



Sustainable ICT in Further and Higher Education

Wednesday 26 August 2009

Sustainable ICT in Further and Higher Education is the final report of the SusteIT project that analyses and develops best practice cases and tools on environmentally sustainable ICT practices in further and higher education. (Source:JISC,2009)
For more information, see: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/media/documents/publications/rptgreenictv1.pdf



African universities ’face fresh Internet challenges’

Tuesday 25 August 2009

[LUSAKA] Africa’s access to digital research resources has improved but the continent faces new challenges in its use of these resources, a report finds.
"With infrastructure and facilities steadily improving … addressing the use of, rather than access to, electronic resources should perhaps receive greater attention," writes report author Jonathan Harle, programme officer for the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU).
His report, ’Digital resources for research: a review of access (...)



Information Literacy Resources Directory

Tuesday 25 August 2009

The Information Literacy Section of the International Federation of Library Association and Institutions (IFLA) has created this database to record information literacy materials from different parts of the world, on behalf of UNESCO.
Librarians, educators and information professionals are invited to participate. If you have developed information literacy materials and would like to share them with the world community, please submit the required data.
For more information, see: (...)



Teaching sustainable development through e-distance training

Monday 24 August 2009

Decentralisation in many African countries means that local governments have more responsibility for managing resources. But how can we best teach the practical work-based skills needed for this? Successful distance learning programmes must be designed for sustainable development, particularly using computers and the Internet. For more information, see http://www.id21.org/education/e3at1g1.html



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