Africa getting impatient for the dawn of e-learning era

Tom Jackson, Disrupt Africa, May 28, 2016
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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I've read a dozen or so press releases and articles about the recently concluded eLearning Africa conference in Cairo and this one seems to summarize best the general tenor of the discussion. "There is growing frustration at the time it is taking for e-learning to truly become a reality in Africa, with attendees at this year’s eLearning Africa conference in Cairo, including ministers, businessmen and education experts, expressing impatience." (Note to self: add 'have dinner by the pyramids' to the list of things to do.)  See also this reflection from Donald Clark, who was there.

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