Côte d’Ivoire – A Country on the Move Côte d’Ivoire – A Country on the Move
Blockchain, Open Education & Digital Citizenship – International Conference Blockchain, Open Education & Digital Citizenship – International Conference
A Scholarship, an Online Course and a ‘Dream Come True’ A Scholarship, an Online Course and a ‘Dream Come True’
In Profile – Efosa Ojomo In Profile – Efosa Ojomo

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Côte d’Ivoire – A Country on the Move
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Côte d’Ivoire – A Country on the Move

With a period of stability, the gradual development of a multi-party democracy and the strengthening of credible political institutions, Côte d’Ivoire has reached the point where its citizens can afford to do more than just dream of better times and a return to the prosperity of the immediate post-independence period.

Blockchain, Open Education & Digital Citizenship – International Conference
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Blockchain, Open Education & Digital Citizenship – International Conference

Blockchain, Open Education & Digital Citizenship
28-29 May 2019 (with pre-conference workshops on 27th May 2019)
At Lilliad Learning Center, University of Lille (France)The University of Lille, for the Directorate of Digitalisation for Education (French Ministry of National Education & Youth) and the Commonwealth Centre for Connected Learning (Malta), organise the second edition of the international conference:
Blockchain, Open Education & Digital Citizenship
28-29 May 2019 (with pre-conference workshops on 27th May 2019)
At Lilliad Learning Center, University of Lille (France)

A Scholarship, an Online Course and a ‘Dream Come True’
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A Scholarship, an Online Course and a ‘Dream Come True’

By Caroline Newman, Senior Writer and Assistant Editor of Illimitable Office of Communications, University of Virginia Selam Kairu lives in Nairobi, Kenya, but she credits a lot of her business’s growth to lessons learned from the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business, approximately 7,600 miles away. Since beginning online studies with Darden, Kairu and her husband Ken, who jointly started an insurance agency, […]

In Profile – Efosa Ojomo
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In Profile – Efosa Ojomo

Nigerian-born Efosa Ojomo, who will be a keynote speaker at this year’s eLearning Africa conference, is rapidly gaining a reputation as one of Africa’s leading thinkers on innovation. Together with Harvard Business School Professor Clayton Christensen and Karen Dillon, the former editor of the Harvard Business Review, he recently published ‘The Prosperity Paradox,’ which looks at how “the right kind of innovation” can help […]

How will robots change the world?
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How will robots change the world?

By Bernadine Racoma of Day Translations. Robots are no longer instantly equated with cyborgs, armed metal creatures, and manned or autonomous humanoid machines. Even the term Android nowadays is more often understood as the mobile operating system developed by Google. People have gone past the typical concept of a robot, as most are already aware of the different forms and applications of robotics.  Robotics […]

Leadership in Africa
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Leadership in Africa

Staff at the University of Warwick UK, with collaborators in Africa, are preparing a practical book on leadership in Africa and how to develop effective leadership skills.

E-Learning for Kids Bridges The Educational Divide For Children Ages 5-12 With FREE Lessons And Partnerships In Africa
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E-Learning for Kids Bridges The Educational Divide For Children Ages 5-12 With FREE Lessons And Partnerships In Africa

Access to computers and internet is growing in Africa – but high-quality educational courseware is still out of reach for many schools, parents and children.  The e-Learning for Kids Foundation (EFK), a global non-profit foundation dedicated to opening doors to education worldwide, has entered into many exciting partnerships with schools, organizations and non-profits throughout the African continent by making available their proven 800+ digital […]