eLearning Africa 2013 saw 1480 participants from 65 countries gather in Windhoek for three days of learning, knowledge exchange and networking. The Continent’s largest gathering of eLearning and ICT-supported education and training professionals, eLearning Africa brought together over 300 speakers from across Africa and the world to explore the latest innovations and issues in the fields of technology and education. Thank you to all participants, speakers, sponsors, partners and exhibitors for making eLearning Africa 2013 such a great success. We look forward to welcoming you all in Uganda for eLearning Africa 2014!
What is the true state of eLearning in Africa? Sometimes it's hard to see past the enthusiasm with which the media portrays every new breakthrough and technological innovation, to work out what's really going on. What are actual facts and figures, the underlying truths? Most importantly, what do African practitioners at grassroots level think about it all?
You can find the answers to these questions in the eLearning Africa Report 2013, available for free from the 30th of May. Only the second issue yet produced of this exciting international publication from eLearning Africa, it offers even more inspiring insight, informative statistics and engaging interviews than 2012's inaugural edition. To read more, 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
Ambrose Ruyooka, Commissioner for Information Technology, Ministry of Information and Communications Technology, Uganda
Honourable Deputy Minister Stanley Simataa, Ministry of Information and Communication Technologies, Namibia