Berlin/Nairobi. The call for papers for the second eLearning Africa conference, which will take place from May 28 to 30 in Nairobi, Kenya, has just closed. The annual event intends to become the preeminent eLearning capacity-building event for the entire African continent and a forum for all stakeholders engaged in the planning and implementation of technology-supported learning and training.
More than 300 proposals from 46 countries have reached the conference organisers. Rebecca Stromeyer, co-organiser of eLearning Africa, is optimistic that a finalised first version of the agenda will be ready by the end of February.
"We have received numerous proposals of excellent...
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