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Mali - Launching of e-Festival, a digital event

Wednesday 26 December 2007

It leads our country to a revolution that changes the way we live, learn, work and communicate.
The press room of the International Conference Center presents the appearance of a temple of information technology and communication technologies (ICT). On both sides of the main entrance, Sotelma-Malitel and Orange-Mali have installed their boxes. The historical company presents its products in a rectangular stand. While the private company has opted for a round box.
In the hall, visitors can (...)



SENEGAL - EDUCATION AND ICT: Teachers trained in pedagogical usage of ICTs

Tuesday 18 December 2007

The implementation of the pilot phase of NEPAD E-School project continues in Senegal with the training in pedagogical usage of ICTs of two dozen teachers from six expermimental schools.
Twenty teachers from six high schools in Senegal retained in the pilot phase of the NEPAD E-School project were trained from 7th to 16th December 2007 in Dakar at the African Network for Distance Learning - Réseau africain de formation à distance (Resafad).
During ten days, they have been trained on basic (...)



African women to benefit from ICT research centres

Wednesday 12 December 2007

North, South and Central Africa will benefit from a global plan to establish research centres to empower women in the use of Information Communication Technologies, said Secretariat Chair, International Task Force (ITF) on Women and ICTs, Claudia Morrell.
Morrell said the ITF hopes to establish these and other centres around the world within the next three years. Speaking at the GK3 during a session on empowering women in ICTs, Morrell said it was important to ensure that women are fully (...)



Global Knowledge Partnership 3: Digital gap concerns Malaysia PM

Wednesday 12 December 2007

Lack of local content for developing countries and the dominant use of the English on the Internet are key factors widening the global digital divide. These are concerns raised by the Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi in a speech read on his behalf by deputy, Dato Najib Tun Razak.
The conference theme Emerging People, Emerging Markets, EmergingTechnologies focuses on issues related to knowledge for development (K4D) and Information Communication Technology for Development (...)



Zambia appeals for e-education support

Wednesday 12 December 2007

A senior Zambian education ministry official has appealed for support in his country’s mammoth task of integrating Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in its educational system.
Moses Mwale says the country’s 2030 vision is aimed at promoting ICTs for educational purposes by digitising all schools materials and getting all schools online.
In a presentation titled Linking Education:Experiences with National ICT Programmes for Education, Mwale explained that so far the Zambian (...)



The MAN Pan-African Forum on Open Education Resources for Technology Enhanced Education and Training e-Learning Africa - Accra,Ghana, West Africa - May 28-30, 2008

Wednesday 5 December 2007

The MAN in collaboration with eLearning Africa and AVU will host Pan-African Fora on Open Education Resources (OER) to be held as a component of the eLearning Africa conference that is being held every year in a different African country. The Fora will gather world specialists in the area of OER Research and Development.
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Videoconference with researchers of the PanAf project

Saturday 1 December 2007

On November 27, 2007, the Bamako digital campus hosted a videoconference session that brought together the PanAf team in Bamako, the management team in Montreal and the various participating countries.
Seven countries, including Kenya, Uganda, Mozambique, Central African Republic, Senegal, Mali and Cameroon were able to be present at this meeting which opened a channel of communication between PanAf project management and researchers.
This meeting made it possible to bring up (...)



ICT Children Centre launched in Uganda

Sunday 18 November 2007

The first of four ICT regional centres to help disadvantage children has been launched in Uganda. These regional centres will enable children to access education information online.
The Commonwealth Secretariat and the Uganda and Indian governments are sponsoring the project. The project called "Hole in the Wall" is part of the ICT transfer and sharing among the Commonwealth member states. Under this project, the centre will provide unconditional and unsupervised access of computers to (...)



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