Monthly Archives: July 2011

why the delay in free internet access at schools in Africa?

Universal affordable access is dictated by legislation on a country by country basis, and broadband internet access is dictated by the manner in which such diverse legislation regulates the ownership of such access infrastructure, thus encouraging or delaying the development

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Tsumeb – a meeting of the Oshikoto Information Society!

I’m looking forward to talking about assistive technologies – blogs, wikis, social networks and other cool things in the cloud – and things to come – a bit of future-think to help multi-sectoral community resource centres get excited about the

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Ministry of Education Conference 27 June – 1 July, 2011

Collective Delivery of the Education Promise: Improving the Education and Training System for Quality Learning Outcomes and Quality of Life. Bad news… the words creativity, dance, drama, and art did not feature once in the final recommendations emanating from last

Posted in #namibia, assistive technologies, free internet, Ministry of Education, Nahas Angula, NETSS, Omalaeti, school, schoolnet, Tech!Na, Xnet