In May this year, the 4th edition of the annual eLearning Africa Report will be published. The Report is the most in-depth study of eLearning on the Continent and features the findings of a comprehensive survey into the impact of technology on education in Africa.
The aim of the Survey is to show how technology is currently being used and to reflect people’s expectations and ideas about its role in education in the future. The eLearning Africa Report is looking for responses from a wide variety of people from many different sectors, including education professionals, students, policymakers, politicians, administrators, managers, investors, health professionals, agricultural workers and entrepreneurs.
Take part in the eLearning Africa Survey: http://survey.elearning-africa.com
[Please note the option at the end of the general survey to proceed to the specialised questions for: women, teachers & educational institutions, agriculture, health, and entrepreneurs.]
You can find out more about the Report and download 2014’s edition, for free, here: http://elearning-africa.com/report