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Learning Africa 2010 - Learning Africa 2010 â?“ LEARN, SHARE, NETWORK



VenueLusaka, Zambia Zambia



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Learning Africa 2010 â?“ LEARN, SHARE, NETWORK

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eLearning Africa is delighted to announce that next yearâ?™s conference, the fifth in the highly successful series of pan-African gatherings, will take place in Zambia. From May 26 â?“ 28, 2010, the Continentâ?™s largest annual assembly of eLearning and education professionals from Africa and beyond will convene in the capital, Lusaka.

Moving to Zambia in 2010, eLearning Africa continues to build and expand a worldwide network for people involved in all aspects of technology-enhanced education and training in Africa, including management and policymaking. As with the previous conferences, eLearning Africa 2010 will be conducted in both English and French.

Please note that the Call for Papers 2010 will be coming soon: Stay connected to receive the latest information on submission requirements, as well as registration deadlines and conference highlights.

For more general information, please revisit the eLearning Africa website, which will keep you up-to-date with the latest information and developments. Details about the themes, the local venue and other components of the event will be available soon.

eLearning Africa 2009, which took place in Dakar, Senegal from the 27th â?“ 29th May, was â?œan excellent event,â?? according to delegates who attended it. The conference, which was opened by the President of Senegal, Maitre Abdoulaye Wade, and attended by Prime Minister Souleymane Ndene Ndiaye and ten other ministers, brought the global e-learning community to west Africa for three days of intensive discussions on technology and learning.

eLearning Africa 2009 featured:

1350 participants from 83 countries (from A for Angola to Z for Zimbabwe going through to, for example, China, Switzerland, Urugay and, of course, Senegal)
336 speakers and chairpersons from approximately 50 countries
4 plenary sessions
60 parallel sessions
20 best practice demonstrations
21 pre-conference events

Last modified: 2010-06-04 19:32:22