- Women in Pink Collar ICT Jobs in Cameroon
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- Using Mobile Technology to Support Family Planning Counseling in the Community
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- East Africa:Digital Transformation Is Here for the Financial Services Industry[CIO] There's little doubt that digital disruption continues to define the shape, form and structure of the financial services industry. New technology and behavioral shifts that seemed unimaginable even a few years ago are transforming the industry on a day-to-day basis.
- Africa:Bonanza As Africa Prepares to Abolish Call Roaming Charges[East African] Calling and sending text messages across African borders are set to become cheaper following a decision by regional integration blocs to abolish roaming charges.
- Nigeria:Google Celebrates 272nd Birthday of Nigerian Slave, Equiano[Guardian] Google yesterday celebrated the birthday of Nigerian former slave, Olauda Equiano, who supported the British movement to end the slave trade. The Nigerian author was born in 1745 and was enslaved as a child. After his freedom, he tried to end the slave trade in British colonies, supporting the British Movement to abolish the practice.
- Nigeria:Special Report - How a Nigerian Law Is Suppressing Citizens' Freedom On the Internet[Premium Times] When Emenike Iroegbu set up his news platform three years ago, he saw it as a starting point in the future of quality community newspapering for an audience long deprived of alternative views and balanced reportage.
- East Africa:Digital Transformation Is Here for the Financial Services Industry
Category Archives: Multimedia Learning
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
Abstract. The study investigates factors that affect collaboration of African students in an e learning environment. Asynchronous and synchronous e learning communities are investigated to find the most suitable one for distance learners in developing African countries. A quasi experimental … Continue reading
Purpose: Due to the rapid growth of Universities in Nigeria over the past several years, there have been complaints regarding the student advising process. Thus leading to inadequate and inappropriate advise to student. The purpose of this research is to … Continue reading
Abstract. A College Portal (CP) is one of the technologies developed to run on the internet platform for the purpose of carrying out varieties of services that can be accessed by students. Such services include online admission process, online school … Continue reading
Using a Multimedia Case Study Approach to Communicate Information Technology Concepts at the Graduate Level
Learning-Driven Factors, constructs that show the intrinsic value of the instructional materials to the end-user, have been found to be fundamental in improving a learner’s higher order cognitive skills needed to communicate technical concepts like those in Information Technology (IT). Communicating IT concepts at the graduate level could be a difficult albeit challenging task when faced with a heterogeneous class made of students with varied backgrounds in IT. Continue reading
ast research has shown that females have more negative attitudes toward engineering and technology than do males. These negative attitudes may explain the decreasing number of females choosing technical careers. Past studies have shown that a change in learning environments and the methods by which learning takes place might foster a change in this situation. Continue reading