AAU and E/merge Africa partner to hold workshop during 2016 eLearningAfrica Conference

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The Association of African Universities has partnered with E/Merge Africa to host a workshop during the upcoming eLearning Africa conference in Cairo, Egypt. The workshop is titled “Break Out of the Uptake Trap: Creating Value with e-learning”

If you’re planning to be at eLearning Africa in Cairo this May then come and join us in ourelearning workshop on 24 May 2016, where we will focus on LMS usage and eLearning uptake in Higher Education Institutions throughout the African continent. This workshop is designed and delivered in partnership with Ms. Nodumo Dhlamini of the Association of African Universities.

In connection with this workshop we have also created a survey to get an idea of the current state of eLearning uptake within African Higher Educational Institutions

This survey has 33 questions and will take up to 30 minutes to complete. All information supplied will be anonymous and no potentially identifying details will be shared. At the beginning of the survey you will be asked to confirm your consent to participate. After completion of the survey you will be able to enter a draw for prizes of US$25 and US$50 Amazon.com, itunes and Google Play vouchers.

 Please click here to take part and please forward to colleagues based at an institution within Africa. Our survey is also available in French, Portuguese and Arabic and will close on 30 April 2016.

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    April 15, 2016 at 7:17 pm

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    The Association of African Universities has partnered with E/Merge Africa to host a workshop during the upcoming eLearning Africa conference in Cairo, Egypt. The workshop is titled “Break Out of the Uptake Trap: Creating Value with e-learning”

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