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The Arab Republic of Egypt

The Arab Republic of Egypt

Under the patronage of


H.E. Yasser ElKady,
Minister of Communications and Information Technology

Hosted by


itida

ITIDA
(Information Technology Industry Development Agency)

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  • AMECSE
  • WSA
Media Partners
Supporting African Participation

eLearning Africa 2016 – Making Vision Reality

eLearning Africa is the key networking event for ICT enhanced development, education and training in Africa. As the largest conference of its kind, the three-day event is a must for those wanting to develop multinational, cross-industry partnerships and contacts whilst sharing knowledge and learning new skills.

Taking place in Cairo, Egypt, the 11th eLearning Africa will bring together decision makers and practitioners from across the education, business and public sectors to debate, share and take action on all themes surrounding access, openness, skills, pedagogy, sustainable development, best practice and more.


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Exhibiting &
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Keynote Speakers

Thierry Zomahoun
President and CEO, African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS)
Tarek Shawki
Dean of the School of Sciences and Engineering, American University in Cairo (AUC)
Toby Shapshak
Editor, Columnist & Strategist

 

eLearning Africa 2015 – The Film

 

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“We have been able to share ideas of how we can improve our various systems of government and eLearning in our countries. A very good experience!”

H.E. Eugene Lenn Nagbe, Minister of Youth and Sports, Liberia

“A great opportunity for partners in education at all levels to link up, to set up networks, to interact, to mingle, to create ideas, to innovate.”

Thierry Zomahoun, African Institute for Mathematical Sciences, South Africa

“Attending the conference was a great experience. I came out of the conference positively different from the way I came in.”

Alex Okwaput, KampaBits, Uganda

“eLearning Africa? In three words: informative, enriching, and black-powerful!”

Dr Obádélé Kambon, Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana

“The ability to meet with people who can change policy and are actually carving the future and to figure out how we can work together was amazing.”

Mark Surman, Mozilla Foundation, USA

“The togetherness – the way people want to unite with one voice, and the different areas that they are working on towards one goal: that’s what I have enjoyed the most.”

Caroline Munywoki, Business Sense Africa, Kenya

“I’ve loved the sessions. The selection of speakers was excellent.”

Sarah Kiden, Ugandan Christian University, Uganda

“A good quality, interesting and worthwhile conference.”

Vyv Pettler, Open University Business School, UK

“The response after my presentation was massive and positive. It was overwhelming.”

Chris Kwekowe, Slatecube, Nigeria