- Women in Pink Collar ICT Jobs in Cameroon
- Vers la mise en œuvre d’un outil d’aide de la maitrise du trait de côte littoral camerounaise
- Using Mobile Technology to Support Family Planning Counseling in the Community
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- Ethiopia:As Violence Flares, Internet Goes Dark[VOA] Amid reports of violent clashes that have led to at least 15 deaths, the Ethiopian government has partially blocked internet access to its citizens, suppressing information about the exact scope of the violence and the response of federal security forces.
- Liberia:Smartphones Take Agricultural Data Collection to New Level[Observer] The Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) with support and funding from the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has engaged several extension workers in a three-day training at the Central Agricultural Research Institute (CARI) in Suakoko District, Bong County.
- Nigeria:Telcos, ISPs Frustrating IPV6 Adoption By Networks[Guardian] There are indications that telecommunications operators and traditional internet service providers (ISPs) in the country are frustrating adoption of Internet Protocol version six (IPv6) by other networks, Nigeria CommunicationsWeek has learnt.
- Africa:Mobile Money Deal Drives Africa Financial Inclusion[CAJ News] Johannesburg -XPRESS Money, the money transfer brand, has teamed with technology company, Huawei, to drive mobile money services to the world's unbanked populations, especially in Africa.
- Ethiopia:As Violence Flares, Internet Goes Dark
Category Archives: ICT and Education
Purpose: The aim of this research paper is to expose better methods of conducting research for undergraduate students at the university level especially in a developing country like Nigeria. Design/methodology/approach: An Exploratory Research Group (ERG) was set up in the … Continue reading
Abstract. This study aimed to present the experiences of students with visual impairment in Saint Louis University, Baguio City, Philippines in their employment of computer technology in their school activities. It specifically looked into the provisions of computer technology usage … Continue reading
Scholarly research outputs from the developed Global North are not always relevant or appropriate for Africa’s higher education and developmental needs. African researchers need access to the continent’s own scholarly papers, and must also contribute to the international online academic … Continue reading
Purpose: Nigerian HEIs must prepare scholars to contribute to the global marketplace of ideas. Adopting an appropriate strategy to introduce ICT for teaching and learning may be as critical as the content developed or shared. Nigerian HEIs must work together … Continue reading
Influence of university factors on the students’ acceptance of internet based learning tools in higher education
ABSTRACT In recent years, an increasing number of higher education institutions have been keen in integrating internet based technologies to be an integral part of the teaching and learning environment. However, research has revealed that in comparison to studies on … Continue reading
Purpose: To find out why there are gender disparities in access to Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), in some schools in Cameroon, and explore the ways in which the pedagogical integration of ICTs can build the capacity of girls for … Continue reading
Corresponding email: email@example.com Education for All has remained an elusive dream in India despite investment of US $ 5 billion in the last five years. Investment on ICT intervention was marginal. 92 million of the 200 million Indian children will … Continue reading