6 May 2013
The 8th eLearning Africa conference will be held from 29 – 31 May at the Safari Conference Centre in Windhoek, Namibia.
The Namibian Government is reported to have budgeted N$5 million for the conference, which will be hosted by Namibia's Ministry of Education in conjunction with the Ministry of ICT. Up to 2000 delegates and 300 speakers from 50 countries are expected to attend the event, which will focus on trends in e-learning.
Namibia’s Minister of Information and Communication Technology Joel Kaapanda, said the conference theme is "tradition, change and innovation", which will examine experiences, projects, policies, partnerships and research that are shaping the continent's e-learning landscape.
The eLearning Africa 2013 Survey report will also be launched at the conference.