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Watch: interviews with the Ugandan Ministers of State for ICT and Education
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Watch: interviews with the Ugandan Ministers of State for ICT and Education

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44fPDdfhHMM

The eLearning Africa News Team interviews the Ugandan Ministers of State for ICT and Education, as well as members of the Local Organising Committee, to find out more about eLearning in the country and what the Conference means for Uganda.

Uganda country profile
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Uganda country profile

Home to the largest lake in Africa – Lake Victoria, source of the River Nile – Uganda is located in East Africa, with Kenya lying to the east, South Sudan to the north, the Democratic Republic of Congo to the west and Rwanda and Tanzania to the south.   With a population of 35.4 million people [mid 2013 estimates], Uganda is becoming ever more densely […]

Dr Eric Hamilton – the “sublime, engrossing” experience of video
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Dr Eric Hamilton – the “sublime, engrossing” experience of video

Dr Eric Hamilton is a Professor of Education with Joint Appointment in Mathematics at Pepperdine University, California. His education research has taken him across the globe: he is currently co-ordinating a Science Across Virtual Institutes project (SAVI), linking sixteen research groups in the USA and Finland. The SAVI is particularly interested in learner engagement and has formed links with Africa – a Kenyan “ICT […]

Capturing the Continent’s creativity
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Capturing the Continent’s creativity

Can ICT in Africa enrich and support traditional lifestyles and cultures? It certainly seems so, at least according to the entries already submitted to the 2013 eLearning Africa Photo Competition. Its theme, “Tradition and ICT Innovation: a couple with potential”, has drawn some inspiring work from budding photographers across the Continent, and will surely continue to attract more attention both in Africa and worldwide […]