eLearning Africa 2014 Kampala Uganda Call for Proposals

eLearning Africa 2014 Kampala Uganda Call for Proposals
Makerere University student in the Computer Lab
Makerere University student in the Computer Lab

ELearning Africa Conference will be held in Uganda next year. As the practice has been in the past 8 years universities in countries where this prestigious conference is held participate immensely through presenting papers, workshops and exhibitions. We are lucky that next year it is taking place in Uganda. The call for proposals is open. All are therefore welcome to submit their proposals. See call below.

eLearning Africa is the key networking event for ICT-enhanced education and training in Africa. As the largest annual conference of its kind, the three-day event is a must for those wanting to develop multinational and cross-industry contacts and partnerships whilst enhancing their knowledge, expertise and abilities.

In 2014, eLearning Africa is being hosted by the Ugandan Ministry of ICT at the Speke Resort, Kampala.

Call for Proposals

Lend your voice to a continuing conversation that is helping to shape Africa’s future. We are looking for the stories, experiences, research, thinking and expertise that make up the complex but thrilling picture of ICT for development, education and training in Africa today, under the overall theme of  Opening Frontiers to the Future.

The deadline for submission is 15th January 2014.

Key Facts

  • 1,500 eLearning experts, high-level decision makers, practitioners, researchers and stakeholders
  • Over 300 speakers and 60 parallel sessions and workshops spanning all the major issues, developments and trends in eLearning
  • 4 inspiring plenary sessions featuring renowned expert speake
  • More than 60 exhibitors and sponsors showcasing the best products and services on the market

For more information and registration, please visit http://elearning-africa.com/

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