Tuesday, May 10, 2011

eLearning Africa 2011, 25-27 May, Tanzania

The sixth edition of the eLearning Africa conference will take place in Dar es Salaam (Tanzania)the 25, 26 and 27 May 2011. The event is the key networking venue for practitioners and professionals from Africa and all over the world to develop eLearning Capacities in Africa.

This year the conference will adress to the following issues:

-eLearning Africa countdown
-Exploring gaming, eBooks and 'interactive phone instruction' in Africa
-"Africa's potential is its people" - interview with Dr Frannie Léautier
-CTA promotes agriculture to the young
-Antelope Safaris to sponsor EAST Challenge
-How eLearning Africa helped a school in the Copperbelt
-Beyond deployment: how to actually integrate ICTs in African classrooms
-IBM brings its Smarter Planet Agenda to Africa
-MobileMonday: mobile apps capture the market in Africa
-'Aide et Action' backs African participation at eLearning Africa 2011
-Is the OER movement flawed? A statement from Neil Butcher
-South-South collaboration in learning: the Latin American experience
-NATO training chief at special 'crisis response' training session
-ELIG invites African eLearning companies into the European Group
-'Tanzania Beyond Tomorrow' ready soon

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