Africa RIDD 2017

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1. Achievements and opportunities for the use of the Internet in education in West Africa
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2. Connecting West and Central Africa to the Global Research and Education Network
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3. Connecting the Next Billion: Why we must REACT to the Growing Digital Gender Gap
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4. Can MOOCs solve Africa’s educational challenges
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5. MIT Digital Learning Providing Quality Education at Scale
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6. Research and Education networks: Responding to the challenges of African Research
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7. The Digital Literacy – Kenya Case – True Story
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8. Providing local content for Africa’s schools using Wikipedia
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9. Internet for Education: Helping Policy Makers to Meet the Global Education Agenda (SDG4)
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Date and Time

Monday 08 May 2017 –

Tuesday 09 May 2017

Location

Kigali Marriott Hotel

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