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Litsa Panayotopoulos
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“Africa is developing fast – we are helping it to move even faster”

Litsa Panayotopoulos, Managing Director of the OTEAcademy S.A, is a “global player.” Based in Greece, she received her academic training in London and has worked in the U.S. as well as in Europe, the Middle East and Africa for many years. Currently she is playing a major role in the fast growing sector of corporate training and distance learning in several parts of the […]

Portrait of Zambia
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Portrait of Zambia

By hosting the next eLearning Africa, Zambia is confirming its commitment to placing Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) at the heart of its development projects and is highlighting the different plans and programmes in progress that incorporate ICT as an essential development factor. “We are very excited about this conference and see it as an avenue that can open up the country. It is […]

John Traxel
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The mLearning guru and the eLearning Africa debate

  Enabling flexible learning with mobile and wireless technologies is what mLearning advocate John Traxler is passionate about. There is probably no one who has a broader perspective on the issue than the author of widely known textbooks such as “Mobile Learning: A Handbook for Educators and Trainers” and “Mobile Learning in Developing Countries”. With an analytical and discursive mind, John Traxler has investigated […]

© Deutsche Welle
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Love is in the ear

  Inaugurated last year by Deutsche Welle, a radio project called “Learning by Ear” is reaching into parts of Africa where computers are yet to be seen. Today, more than 33 million people on the African continent are able to listen to this distance-education programme. Its popularity lies in its unconventional format and true-to-life stories that embrace diverse themes depicted in the form of […]

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The ICWE team visits a rural school in Nyanyano, Ghana

Following the conclusion of the third successful eLearning Africa conference, held at the end of May in the Ghanaian capital, Accra, a team from the conference organiser, ICWE, visited the Kempshot Grammar Academy in Nyanyano. The junior high school is in a rural area on the coast around 50 kilometres from Accra. ICWE donated to the school. The money will be used to buy […]