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Posts Tagged ‘eLearning’

  • OpenWeb

    Can E-learning bridge the national educational gap?

    March 11, 2015 • Features, Southern Africa, Top StoriesComments Off on Can E-learning bridge the national educational gap?

    The recent announcement by the Gauteng provincial government to initiate a paperless classroom project as well as the Western Cape government’s commitment to spend R1.2-billion to implement e-learning in 1 250 local schools, is a significant step toward...

  • DOBA Online Students during the 2013 Graduation event in Maribor, Slovenia

    Kenya: DOBA faculty to invest in E-learning

    October 30, 2014 • Online & Social, Top StoriesComments Off on Kenya: DOBA faculty to invest in E-learning

    Slovenia’s Business School DOBA, in Kenya, is expected to spend slightly over USD 1 Million in the next 5 years in Kenya. According to DOBA, it is driving a public-private partnership program seeking to get employers in the 4 Kenyan cities to endorse...

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    eLearning a focus for Africa

    March 11, 2014 • Mobile and Telecoms, Top StoriesComments Off on eLearning a focus for Africa

    More than ever before, Africans are turning to ICT-supported learning to grow their economies. In 2013, the eLearning Africa Report found that 40% of African technology-assisted learning professionals were using ICTs specifically for skills training, up from...

  • Newly forged partnerships with international service providers could reshape South Africa's eLearning market. (Image source: Tan Yang Song/ Shutterstock.com)

    Global entrants to strengthen SA’s eLearning market

    January 15, 2014 • Online & Social, Southern AfricaComments Off on Global entrants to strengthen SA’s eLearning market

    The arrival of international players into the South African eLearning market will encourage growth, the development of eLearning content and eliminate the need for expensive consultants. This is according to a newly established parntership between...

  • eLearning is reportedly increasing in popularity in Africa. (Image source: Shutterstock.com)

    African e-Learning service providers at the top of their class

    January 13, 2014 • East Africa, Southern Africa, Top Stories, West AfricaComments Off on African e-Learning service providers at the top of their class

    With South African media reports claiming that space is limited at public tertiary education institutions, the reality facing many who have matriculated is that whilst their efforts may have earned university exemption, they may not necessarily have secured a...

  • eLearning could be the solution for would-be students who cannot secure a place at tertiary institutions. (Image source: Shutterstock.com)

    One in four to secure university spot in South Africa?

    January 9, 2014 • East Africa, Features, Southern Africa, Top Stories, West AfricaComments Off on One in four to secure university spot in South Africa?

    Educators offer perspective on eLearning in Africa In South Africa, the Class of 2013 has drawn widespread media attention for pass rates, distinctions and university exemptions, however educators have expressed concern over limited space at tertiary...

  • Dimension Data national E-Learning on the increase

    April 24, 2013 • Top StoriesComments Off on Dimension Data national E-Learning on the increase

    Dimension Data’s E-learning Management System has increased from 52 schools in eight provinces in 2012 to over 71 schools in all nine provinces in 2013. The aim of the initiative is to give students access to premium technology applications to support the...

  • Transforming ehealth with elearning to aid Africa

    July 21, 2012 • Top StoriesComments Off on Transforming ehealth with elearning to aid Africa

    Healthcare providers worldwide collect and use data for improved health outcomes. However, in many countries, the use of electronic health technologies is extremely varied, leading to what can become life-threatening gaps in information. Intel and Futures...

  • GIBS MBA rated Top in Africa

    October 24, 2011 • Top StoriesComments Off on GIBS MBA rated Top in Africa

    The University of Pretoria’s Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS), based in Johannesburg, South Africa,  has been ranked in 67th place in the top 100 executive MBA programmes in the latest Financial Times (FT) Executive MBA Rankings 2011 released...

  • AITEC Africa Mozambique countdown begins

    September 20, 2011 • Events, Mobile and TelecomsComments Off on AITEC Africa Mozambique countdown begins

    AITEC Africa has assembled  over 40 local and international speakers to make presentations at this year’s ICT Congress to be held in Mozambique. According to the press statement, AITEC Africa, establised in 1987, has been focussed on ICT publishing, event...

  • Scholars trial free MBA e-learning tool

    June 21, 2011 • Top StoriesComments (1)

    Regenesys, South Africa’s business, management and leadership school, is offering global students an opportunity to try out their MBA degree for free. “Students often wonder if they are capable of doing an MBA and even if they think they are, the quality...