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→eLearning Africa Tertiary Education Virtual Exchange Anglophone Edition

February 23 – 25, 2021

Our Tertiary Education Virtual Exchange took place from February 22 – 25, 2021 and allowed providers of digital learning and EdTech solutions to meet with decision makers and leaders in the African tertiary education community. This was the first event of its kind for African education. It facilitated a meaningful exchange between peers, partners and clients. It offered the opportunity to engage in different discussion threads on the current issues faced by African Tertiary Education institutions and the different solutions available to them. It allowed the leading solution providers to showcase and explain their products, services and solutions. It offered daily virtual meet-ups and presentations as well as face-to-face meetings and community discussions. It offered the exhibitors targeted contacts for specific regions and focus areas which enabled them to develop their network. It allowed attendees to get an in depth understanding of the different solutions available for their needs and a better understanding the products, services and solutions available in the market, giving them reliable and first-hand information in order to make the right partnering and purchasing decision for their institutions. It also served as a platform for engagement between the higher education institutions offering them peer-to-peer consultations and discussions on best practices to solve challenges their institutions face.

Throughout the five days of the event over 150 representatives from the following universities attended and engaged with the leading education and digital solution providers:

Abia State University, Nigeria * Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Nigeria * Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia * Aflon Digital Academy, Nigeria * Egerton University, Kenya * Africa International University, Kenya * Africa Nazarene University, Kenya * African Virtual University, Kenya * AMREF International university, Kenya * Anna Medical College, Mauritius * Assosa University, Ethiopia * Auchi Polytechnic, Nigeria * Badr University in Cairo, Egypt * Bindura University of Science Education, Zimbabwe * Botswana Open University, Botswana * Bowen University, Nigeria * British University in Egypt, Egypt * Busitema University, Uganda * Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Kenya * Catholic University of Rwanda, Rwanda * CDT-Africa, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia * Centre for Innovative Educational and Communication Technologies (CIECT), University of the Western Cape (UWC), South Africa * Chinhoyi University of Technology, Zimbabwe * College of Medicine, University of Lagos, Nigeria * eCampus Maseno University, Kenya * Egyptian Chinese University in Cairo, Egypt * Faculty of Health Sciences, Lurio University, Mozambique * Faculty of Nursing - British University in Egypt, Egypt * Faculty of Sciences, Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Morocco * Federal College of Education (Technical) Asaba, Nigeria * Federal College of Education (Technical) Gombe, Nigeria * Federal Medical Center, Owerri, Nigeria * Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria * Ghana Communication Technology University, Ghana * Ghana Institute of Journalism, Ghana * Gombe State University, Nigeria * Hussaini Adamu Federal Polytechnic, Nigeria * Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University Lapai (IBBUL), Nigeria * Institute of Distance Education, University of Eswatini, Swaziland * Institute Universitaire d' Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire * Islamic University in Uganda, Uganda * Jigjiga University, Ethiopia * Kabale University, Uganda * Kaduna State University, Nigeria * Kampala International University, Uganda * Kampala International University in Tanzania, Tanzania * Kyambogo University, Uganda * Kyambogo University, Arts and Industrial Design, Uganda * Lagos State University College of Medicine, Nigeria * Lesotho College of Education, Lesotho * Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (LUANAR), Malawi * Makerere University, Uganda * Mansoura-Manchester Program for Medical Education, Egypt * Maseno University, Kenya * Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST), Kenya * Mbarara University of Science & Technology (MUST), Uganda * Midlands State University, Zimbabwe * Moi University, Kenya * Mount Kenya University, Kenya * Mount Kenya University, Rwanda Campus, Rwanda * Multimedia University of Kenya, Kenya * Mzuzu University, Malawi * Namibian College of Open Learning, Namibia * National Health Laboratory Sciences/ University of Limpopo, South Africa * National Open University of Nigeria, Nigeria * National University Sudan, Sudan * Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria * Open University of Mauritius, Mauritius * Open University of Tanzania, Tanzania * Redsea Cultural Foundation, Somaliland * Regent University College of Science and Technology, Ghana * Saint John of God College of Health Sciences, Malawi * Senghor Université, Egypt * Tanzania Public Service College, Tanzania * The Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria * The Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Building in Agriculture – RUFORUM, Uganda * TIME Université, Tunisia * Tlokweng College of Education / Phphama Africa Research Consortium, Botswana * Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa * Uganda Christian University, Uganda * Uganda Martyrs University, Uganda * UNESCO Regional Office for Southern Africa, Zimbabwe * United Methodist University & Milton Margai University of Education and Technology, Sierra Leone * Université Joseph Ki-Zerbo (UJKZ), Burkina Faso * University Nangui Abrogoua, Côte d'Ivoire * University of Abomey-Calavi , Benin * University of Algiers, Algeria * University of Applied Management-Ghana Campus, Ghana * University of Cape Coast, South Africa * University of Dar es Salaam - Mbeya College of Health and Applied Sciences, Tanzania * University of Dschang , Cameroon * University of Eswatini , Eswatini * University of Fort Hare, South Africa * University of Ghana, Ghana * University of Global Health Equity, UGHE, Rwanda * University of Ibadan, Nigeria * University of Ilorin, Nigeria * University of Kabianga, Kenya * University of Kigali, Rwanda* University of Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo * University of Lagos, Nigeria * University of Maiduguri, School of Postgraduate Studies, Nigeria * University of Malawi, Chancellor College, Malawi * University of Medical Sciences, Nigeria * University of Misurata, Libya * University of Nairobi, Kenya * University of Pretoria, South Africa * University of Sousse, Tunisia* University of South Africa, South Africa * University of Technology Mauritius, Mauritius * University of the Western Cape, South Africa * University of Zambia, Zambia * University Saint Thomas of Mozambique, Mozambique * Valley View University, Ghana * Waziri Umaru Federal Polytechnic Birnin Kebbi, Nigeria * Wolkite University, Ethiopia * Women's University in Africa , Zimbabwe * Yaba College of Technology, Nigeria * Zambian Open University, Zambia *

Partners

Lecturio GmbH
Festo Didactic SE
WorldCast Group
IntelliBoard
edunao
proctorio
time4you

 

Network Activities

SponsorsImpressions

348181

DiscussionTopics CREATED

102

Community BoardTotal messages

2500

Meet UpParticipation

746

Private Messages1-on-1

4676

Attendee Interaction1-on-1

4143

Attendees Profile Views

2025

 

Testimonials

It has been a great and eventful moment so far.... No dull moment but continuous learning. I have never been engaged like this in a scholarly manner. I must sincerely commend the organisers of this great event and I am extremely glad to have taken part in it. I learnt exceedingly.... I am much better in eLearning discussions.”
– Dr Maruff Oladejo, Senior Lecturer at University of Lagos, Nigeria

Well done and congratulations for an excellent meeting. It has been very fulfilling for me personally, an eye opener and beautiful linking up with colleagues and making new friends. A wonderful community! We pray this continues to foster from strength to strength with much fruit!”
– Professor Isaac Quaye, PI Malaria Project at Regent University College of Science and Technology, Ghana

Indeed, it was a pleasant experience partaking in this Virtual Exchange. It was like moving around the globe with current learning trends/tools in less than 1 week!”
– Dr Mojisola Aderenike Bolarinwa, Academic Staff at University of Ibadan, Nigeria

Indeed we thank organizers for the match- making with the solution providers. It is an opportunity for us to schedule one-on-one meetings with them.. Together we can tap opportunities out there and solve the underlying challenges in our institutions and society at large by thinking and taking action together to advance teaching and learning in tertiary education.”
– Dr Edephonce Nfuka, Lecturer at Open University of Tanzania, Tanzania

I take this opportunity to thank the organisers of the eLearning Africa Tertiary Education Virtual Exchange 2021 for the excellent management of what has turned out to be a successful and highly stimulating event. It was indeed a memorable experience that left quite a mark on our academic journey. It was not only greatly enjoyable but also academically very profitable. I am looking forward to next year’s event.”
– Dr Prince Wasajja Kiwanuka, Dean, School of Communication and Journalism at University of Kigali, Rwanda

This is just what some of us needed. I especially liked the networks some of us established that we never get an opportunity to establish during "normal" workshops and conferences! Well done Rebecca and team!”
– Dr Mmabaledi Seeletso, Lecturer at Botswana Open University, Botswana

Thanks a lot for sharing with me this opportunity to learn more on this topic from the outstanding exhibitors. I really appreciate it.”
– Prof. Mangalu Mobhe Agbada, Professor and Deputy Head of Department, Department of Population Sciences and Development, Faculty of Economics at University of Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Congratulations once more on the great success of the first eLearning Africa Tertiary Education Virtual Exchange.”
– Prof. Monioluwa Omolara Olaniyi, Professor at National Open University of Nigeria, Nigeria

It was really a very interesting event. Please keep it up.”
– Dr Temtim Assefa, Assistant Professor, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia

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