e-Learning Africa is requesting those involved in online learning in Africa to participate in a survey regarding the state of ICT-enhanced education and training in Africa. Here is their announcement:
At this year’s eLearning Africa conference in Cotonou, Benin, we will launch The eLearning Africa 2012 Report, a major new publication which will highlight the most significant trends, issues and challenges in ICT for development, education, and training in Africa.
The aim of the eLearning Africa 2012 Report is to enrich our conversations and practice with solid data, knowledge and experience from across the continent.
We want to ensure that the report incorporates the experience and insights of leading experts, practitioners and professionals, such as you.
We would be grateful if you would let us have your views by completing the online survey, which is available here: http://survey.icwe.info/
If you do not have a reliable internet connection, please follow http://elasurveypdf-en.icwe.info/ and you will be sent the survey as a word processing document that you can complete offline. Alternatively request one from firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are three iPads* which will be given as prizes to three respondents, randomly selected from all those who complete the survey.
The survey will be open for three weeks from today. Many thanks for choosing to participate. Please get in touch on the email address above if you have any questions.
Shafika Isaacs and David Hollow (eLA Report Editors)