Dr. Speranza Ndege

Dr Speranza Ndege on ICT Education in Kenya

At eLearning Africa 2006, Dr Speranza Ndege, Head of AVU Kenyatta University and Emily Masinjila, Head of INSET Unit at the Ministry of Education in Kenya are examining ICT Education in Kenya as a ‘tool’ that has yielded positive results in enhancing university education. eLearning in particular, is gaining popularity among educationalists because of its ability to reach out to working professionals who cannot […]

Dr. Elija Omwenga

Training for engineering sciences

ANSTI, the African Network of Scientific and Technological Institutions, is an organ of cooperation that embraces African institutions engaged in university-level training and research in the fields of science and technology. Founded in January 1980 through the financial support of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the Government of Germany, the network has grown […]

Tim Unwin

African learning management systems: reality lags behind enthusiasm

  A comprehensive new study, led by Professor Tim Unwin of the University of London, will review Africa’s Learning Management Systems. How best to deliver, track and manage education on a broad scale is a controversial subject in Africa and it provided the inspiration for several high-quality sessions on Learning Management Systems (LMSs) at this year’s eLearning Africa conference. Professor Unwin’s study draws on […]

Joseph Musangi

Voices of Africa – Joseph Musangi, Nairobi, Kenya

Joseph Musangi is Manager at eCornell (Cornell University online programmes) in Kenya, Nairobi and considers himself a member of the next generation of leaders and entrepreneurs in Africa. He shared his thoughts and doubts with us whether Africa is aware of its potential.

Opinions / Uncategorized

Interview with Faith Macharia, National Director of the Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE), Kenya Chapter

  The Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE) is a pan-African non-governmental organisation founded in 1992 to promote girls’ and women’s education in sub-Saharan Africa in line with the Millennium Goal of Education for All. With headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya, FAWE has a network of national chapters in 32 countries.

Prof. Tim Unwin

Partnerships for development in Africa

Tim Unwin (born 1955) is Professor of Geography at Royal Holloway, University of London, and Programme Director of the World Economic Forum’s Partnerships for Education initiative with UNESCO. From 2001-2004 he led the UK Prime Minister’s Imfundo: Partnership for IT in Education initiative based within the UK’s Department for International Development. In 2004 he established an ICT4D collective (http://www.ict4d.org.uk) at Royal Holloway, University of […]

Gladys Muhunyo

Refurbished computers for Africa

Gladys Muhunyo is Africa Programme Manager at Computer Aid International and oversees an expanding programme of work in Eritrea, Ethiopia, Sudan, Somalia, Tanzania, Uganda, and Kenya. “Having previously worked for organisations that received PCs from Computer Aid, I knew that they were of the highest quality available”, she comments, “so I was delighted to be given the opportunity to contribute to the effort as […]