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2nd African Council for Distance Education( ACDE) Conference and General Assembly

Thursday 26 June 2008

2nd African Council for Distance Education( ACDE) Conference and General Assembly 8 to 11 July 2008
Lagos, Nigeria
Conference invites participants from all developing nations and beyond; attempts will be made to provide translations for Francophne, Lusophone and Arabic speaking participants.
8 to 11 July 2008
Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria
Website: http://www.nou.edu.ng/noun/acde2008
Contact name: Professor Babatunde Ipaye, Chairman, LOC
Website: (...)



Tunisia: Education through the Internet

Thursday 26 June 2008

They came from Vanuatu and Quebec, Djibouti and Benin, Burkina, Senegal, France, Belgium and many other francophone countries ... From June 24 to 27 in Tunis, nearly three hundred experts and teachers attended the first symposium of the highest level since the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) in 2003 and 2005. The program of celebrations: how to use Information Communications and Technologies (ICTs) for education for all?
Launched at the initiative of the Tunisian Government (...)



MAP 2008 Theme: Exporting the eLearning domains for increasing access to education in Africa

Wednesday 25 June 2008

Creating the environment for national e-Learning development in Africa entails the sharing of resources, experiences, and best practices, as well as the demonstration of practical examples of successful technology solutions.
This panel will discuss issues for effective e-learning development and delivery with particular focus on pre-conditions for "good practices", pedagogical integration of ICT, learning environments, and learning design, as well as training and (...)



How can the Internet make the world a better place?

Monday 23 June 2008

The OECD is a global forum for new ideas to create prosperity in developed and developing countries.
In Seoul, Korea, on 17-18 June, government ministers from more than 40 countries, global business leaders, technical experts and academics are meeting to work out how the Internet can improve the world.
They want to know what you think.
You tell the leaders and opinion shapers in Seoul what you think and they will upload responses to your ideas.
Join in. (...)



Mauritius introduces science, technology in primary school curriculum

Sunday 22 June 2008

APA - Port Louis (Mauritius) The Mauritian minister of education, Dharam Gokhool, on Thursday averred that the government has taken the decision to introduce science and technology subjects in the two last classes of the primary education i.e. in standards V and VI as of January 2009.
Gokhool, who was speaking at the launching ceremony of the project entitled "Engaging in Thinking" in Port Louis the capital, declared that the objective of the government is to prepare children to be able to (...)



An information system for education in Cape Verde

Sunday 22 June 2008

The Cape Verdean government will implement in the education sector, an information system that will accompany the evolution of students in secondary and higher education, said on Friday, in Praia, an official source.
Cape Verde Minister of Education and Higher Education, Filomena Martins, announced “that with the installation of the system from next school year, it would be possible to accompany all students in the country and those who are in higher education abroad, may they be (...)



The online journals, an alternative less used by African research institutions

Friday 20 June 2008

African institutions of higher education and research are poorly represented in electronic journals, yet they offer a great opportunity to make their work visible to the world. ’’Today, few African institutions of higher education and research exploit the opportunities offered by electronic journals’’, said a notice of the Center on International ICT Policy in Central and West Africa (CIPACO ), which notes that the African Journals Online (AJOL) only offers 271 titles online, including (...)



Report of PanAf participation to the eLearning Africa 2008 Conference in Accra, Ghana

Friday 20 June 2008

International Development Research Centre (IDRC) was listed in the e-learning conference as one of those funding organisations supporting African participants.
IDRC financially supported 19 participants from 12 countries in Africa (Algeria, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Congo Brazzaville, Central African Republic, Ghana, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, Senegal, South Africa and Uganda) and 2 participants from Canada. A majority of these participants were researchers taking part in the Panafrican (...)



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