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eLearning Africa 2010 to be held in Zambia

eLearning Africa an international conference on information and communication technologies (ICTs) for development, education and training and the key networking event for investors, education experts, as well as providers of education and training in Africa will be held in Zambia.

Developing sustainable and effective educational infrastructures is one of the goals of the event, the largest pan-African conference in the field of Information Communication technologies (ICT) for education and training in Africa.

The fifth eLearning Africa Conference will take place in Lusaka, Zambia from May 26 – 28, 2010, under the patronage of the Zambian Minister of Education, Ms Dora Siliya.
With a multitude of best-practice examples on display, eLearning Africa presents how and where technology-enhanced learning can boost the Continent’s economies and development. International experts provide participants with solutions on how online education and training can be implemented in corporations and organisations successfully and cost effectively.

Education providers, corporations, decision makers from governments and educational institutions, as well as non-governmental and development organisations from Africa and the rest of the world convene at the annual event.

eLearning Africa will be accompanied by an exhibition and demonstration area where leading international eLearning manufacturers, suppliers and service providers present their latest products and services.

More than 1,500 education professionals from around the world are expected at this year’s eLearning Africa.

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  1. McDonalda McDonalda June 26, 2010

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