→Conference Programme 2019

 

Wednesday, 23 October 2019
Ministerial Round Table
MoodleMoot Africa
Pre-Conference Workshops
Thursday, 24 October 2019
Thursday Plenary
Parallel Sessions
Participants' Reception
Friday, 25 October 2019
Friday Plenary
Parallel Sessions
Plenary Debate

The conference language is English with simultaneous interpretation into French for all plenary sessions and some parallel sessions.

Wednesday, 23 October 2019

M1
From Strategy to Design: How to Plan for Learning in your Organization
A1
The Art and Science of Leading with Influence: Why These Core Skills Matter to Every Leader’s Success
More workshops
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A2
Blockchain at the Service of Education
M3
Using open educational resources, platforms and tools developed by French Digital Thematic Universities (L’Université Numérique)
A3
eSkills4Girls Initiative
FD2
Distributed Learning Technologies and Next Generation E-Learning
FD3
Africa Cloud: Design Thinking Workshop

Thursday, 24 October 2019

Thursday Plenary: The Keys to Africa’s Future
(09:00 – 10:45)

Coffee Break (10:45 – 11:30)

INC01
The Community in Action: Experience of the Committee of Masisi
HEI02
Case Studies in Blended Learning
SKI03
Les compétences métier, les soft skills, les référentiels de compétences et leurs outils au service de l'employabilité des apprenants
TEC04
Game on! How to Use Gamification in International Cooperation
AGR05
Smart Use of ICTs for Agriculture
TEA06
Empowering Educators through Continuous Professional Development
EMP07
Promoting Entrepreneur­ship in Africa
SKI08
The Relevance of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET)
EXP09
Discovery Demos

Lunch (13:00 – 14:30)

HEI10
What Role Can Open Science Play in Enabling South-North Dialogues?
HEI11
How Open Universities are Transforming Africa's Higher Education
EMP12
Youth Empowerment in the Digital "World"
SKI13
Dual TVET Made in Germany: Developing Skills for Employability
AGR14
Platforms for Promoting Capacity Building and Land Management for Farmers
TEA15
Digital Literacy for Teachers and Trainers
HEI16
Sustaining Transformation in Quality and Relevance of East African Universities
INC17
Digital Reading in Remote Areas
SKI18
Informal Methods for Language Learning

Afternoon Coffee Break (15:45 – 16:30)

HEI19
Redefining Teaching and Learning in Universities
DIG20
Employment Promotion in the Digital "World"
HEI21
Exploring North-South Digital Collaboration Experiences
AGR22
Using ICTs for the Diagnosis of Plant Diseases
SKI23
Coding in Schools
HLT24
New Skills for Health Care Professionals
SKI25
Virtual Labs for STEM Promotion
INC26
Improving Connectivity in Remote Areas
SKI27
Financial Education and Life Skills

Friday, 25 October 2019

Friday Plenary: Turning Talent into Skills and Skills into Success
(09:15 – 11:00)

Coffee Break (11:00 – 11:45)

Poster Presentations (11:00 – 11:45)

HEI28
Virtual Learning Experiences
HEI29
Exploring the Impact of OERs to Promote Borderless Education
HEI30
Transnational Cooperation in Higher Education and Training
SKI31
The Right Skills: Defining the Skills Africa Will Need in the Future
TEA32
How to Motivate and Empower Teachers
EMP33
Entrepreneur­ship and SMEs
HLT34
Collaborative Projects to Improve Health Systems in Africa
SKI35
Promoting Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment
HEI36
The Role of Chatbots in Higher Education: Experience at Uganda Christian University

Lunch (13:00 – 14:30)

TEC37
Blockchain, Open Education & Digital Citizenship
INC38
Online Learning for All Development Community
TEA39
Teacher Training: The Use of Digital Technology – the UNESCO ICT CFT Harnessing OER Network
SKI40
Design Thinking for Problem Solving in Africa
SKI41
EPICA Initiative: ePortfolio for Skills Recognition
DIG42
The Digital Classroom of the Future: Soft Skills and the Fourth Industrial Revolution
SKI43
Igniting Creativity Through Personalised Learning Experiences
INC44
Scaling Innovative Humanitarian Learning
TEC45
QR Codes: Overcoming the Challenges in Collecting User Data for Inaccessible and Remote Populations

Afternoon Coffee Break (15:45 – 16:30)

The eLearning Africa Debate
'This House believes Governments are failing to provide young people with the skills they need to prepare for the future.'
(16:30 – 18:30)

CODE EXPLANATIONS

AGR – Agriculture

DIG – Digital Economy

EMP – Employability

EXP – Demonstrations

HEI – University Focused

HLT – Health

INC – Inclusion

POS – Poster Presentations

SKI – Skills Development

TEA – Teachers

TEC – Technology, Innovation

Premium Partners

giz University Mohammed VI Polytechnic

Gold Sponsor

moodle

Silver Sponsor

Vital Source

Sponsors

Altissia ORACLE ACADEMY hp EDITIONS EBURNIE

Partners

AADLCADEAiMovegbsndidacta German Pavillion Fondation Jeunesse Numerique

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Dr Gerd Müller,
Federal Minister of Economic Cooperation and Development

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