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Ela Report 2012

Ela Report 2012

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The
eLearningAfrica 2012
Report 
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CONTENTS
THE eLEARNING AFRICA 2012 REPORT 3
List of opinion pieces.................................................4Acknowledgements and disclaimers.........................5Acronyms....................................................................6Foreword.....................................................................7Note from the editors................................................8Executive summary...................................................101.Introduction......................................................112.Methodology....................................................11
2.1 The eLearning Africa 2012 Survey.......................122.1.1 Processing qualitative datafrom the Survey..........................................122.1.2 Survey respondents....................................12
3.The Report findings..........................................13
3.1Introduction to the analysis..................................133.2Context and definitions.......................................143.2.1 What do we mean by ICT-enhancedlearning and training?................................143.2.2 What technologies are used, andin which context?.......................................163.2.3 Why do people use ICT and howdo they decide what to use?.......................173.3What constrains ICT-enhanced learningand training at the country level?........................203.4What determines ICT enhanced learningand training at the organisational level?..............223.5Key themes.........................................................233.5.1 Early learning is not (yet) a priority..............233.5.2 Urban bias, rural hope................................273.5.3 Government - the mostimportant change agent.............................273.5.4 African learners can learn more,better and faster with technologies............323.5.5 The place of radio.......................................363.6The last five years:defining features of eLearning in Africa ..............373.7The next five years:technology access will still matter........................44
4.Conclusions and recommendations.................47Bibliography.............................................................49Appendices...............................................................51
Appendix 1: Summary of The eLearningAfrica 2012 Survey..................................51Appendix 2: Biographies of the Editorial Board............52Appendix 3: The Cartoon Movement..........................54Appendix 4: Biographies of the cartoonists.................54
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