The eLearning Africa 2012 Report
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The eLearning Africa Report aims to provide regular, yearly snapshots of the eLearning experience in Africa, with the aim of fostering richer, more nuanced conversations, healthier decision-making and more effective action-taking towards ensuring Education for All in Africa.
The eLearning Africa 2012 Report is the first significant attempt to provide a 'snapshot' of how ICT and better connectivity are believed to be changing the face of education in Africa. It is based on a detailed survey of the experience of nearly five hundred education professionals across the Continent and will confirm that ICT-enhanced learning has been widely embraced throughout Africa.
The report is based on a detailed survey of the experience of nearly 500 education professionals across Africa. It includes a detailed analysis by leading commentators from 41 countries of the prospects for African ICT-enhanced learning. It describes new trends, examines some of the possible obstacles to further development and considers the contribution ICT is making to the achievement of 'Education for All' in Africa. It also identifies the challenges and opportunities that are likely to define eLearning over the coming years.
Key findings from The eLearning Africa 2012 Survey:
- The number one factor constraining the African eLearning sector - lack of bandwidth
- The top consideration for African organisations - access to appropriate content
- The most important change agent - the government
- The top motivation for using ICT - to improve the quality of teaching