Regional integration is the focus of The 2nd ICT Africa Summit in Tshwane
The 2nd ICT Africa Summit will be held in Tshwane (formerly known as Pretoria) – South Africa, 24 – 26 October 2011 at the CSIR International Convention Centre
After the successful 2010 summit in Cape Town was attended by representatives from more than 12 African countries and international guests, the 2nd ICT Africa Summit will continue to focus on regional integration through ICT.
The 2011 dialogue will be hosted (...)
APA-Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso) The World Bank has approved a grant of 46 billion CFA francs to build Information and Communication infrastructure for access to better ICT services in three African countries, including Burkina Faso, APA learned from the WorldBank Office in Ouagadougou.
Burkina Faso will receive 11.5 billion CFA francs, while the other two countries, Guinea and Gambia, respectively, will receive grants of 17 and 17.5 billion CFA francs.
The support of the global financial (...)
Rabat will host on 12 and 13 July the first edition of the African Summit of education.
As part of the efforts to ensure a better quality education and promoting access to education in Africa, African Brains organizes the first edition of the African Summit on Education in Rabat on 12 and 13 July under the auspices of the Ministry of National Education, Higher Education and Scientific Research. This event aims to improve the quality of education, accelerate the economic and social (...)
The academic authorities of Senegal want a broader integration of Information Communication and Technologies in teaching and learning. The goal is to better address the deficiencies identified in the use of these tools in school. At a meeting on last Thursday organized by Microsof, much discussion was done on the research program in educational innovation in this particular area of ICT.
The challenge of integrating information communication and technologies in schools is far from being (...)
ICT in Education Teacher Training Series 6
Target group: High school students, university students, educators, teacher trainers
ISBN:978 92 9223 354 9
This CD-ROM contains a collection of free e-learning tools suitable for advanced learners and useful for instructed learning and self-learning.
The e-learning tools on the CD-ROM are divided into the following categories: Geography & Astronomy, Language Learning, Mathematics, Science, Programming and Memorizing. (...)
ICT in Education Teacher Training Series 5
Target group: Kindergarten children, elementary students, junior high school students, educators, teacher trainers, parents
ISBN: 978 92 9223 353 2
The UNESCO Bangkok ICT in Education Programme has created this CD-ROM which contains a collection of free e-learning tools suitable for children age 3-13. They are useful for instructed learning and self-learning.
We highly recommend guiding very young children in the useage of the (...)
The integration of ICTs in education will soon be effective in Senegal. The Ministry of Education has just welcomed its first E-learning specialists. They received on Wednesday their diplomas . This took place on the occasion of the first conference organized by the Swiss Cooperation in E-learning (CoseLearn), partner of the Ministry of Education.
Senegal hosted the first generation of specialists in E-learning. Indeed, 30 people made up of inspectors, teachers and professors have received (...)
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As researchers, educators, administrators and trainers, it is up to us to manage the changes that information and communication technologies (ICT) have wrought in teaching, learning and society as a whole. Given its current rate of development, Africa cannot escape this imperative. The PanAfrican Research Agenda on the Pedagogical Integration of ICT (PanAf) aims to contribute to this effort. PanAf is the first continent-wide network of African researchers to (...)