The 8th eLearning Africa conference will be held from May 29th to 31st at the Safari Conference Centre, Windhoek, Namibia.
Whilst Tradition, Change and Innovation are the overall themes for eLearning Africa 2013, the dominant focus of our conversations this year is on local innovation in education, on tablets, mobiles and MOOCs, on healthcare delivery and on livelihoods and agriculture, especially for rural communities. Additionally, the elearning Africa debate on sustainability promises to be a lively discussion.
This year, the eLearning Africa Call for Proposals received a record number of submissions from 58 countries across the world, leading to a comprehensive conference programme, which can be found here.
All profits from the sale of eLearning Africa T-shirts will go to the eLearning Africa Scholarship Trust (EAST). To find out more about the Trust, click here.
eLearning Africa at a glance
Bobana Badisang, Director of Botswana National Library Service (BNLS), Ministry of Youth, Sport and Culture (Botswana Government), Botswana
Prof Kwesi Kwaa Prah, Director of the Africa-wide Centre for Advanced Studies of African Society (CASAS), South Africa
Honourable Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda, Ministry of Information and Communications Technology, Uganda
Honourable Deputy Minister Stanley Simataa, Ministry of Information and Communication Technologies, Namibia
May 17, 2013