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ICT FOR TEACHING, LEARNING AND RESEARCH


ANCILLARY MATERIALS

Workshop participants prepared voluminous background documentation in preparation for the meeting. In addition, on the last day, we discussed workshop output and follow-on. Peter Bateman of the University of Namibia prepared a Powerpoint presentation called Action Plan to guide us through our discussions.

Some of the pre-Addis materials are now out-of-date, but some remain current and relevant. Below you will find a list and links to selected unedited reports and presentations, which are meant to complement Securing the Linchpin. They are listed in alphabetical order, by title. Please contact the authors directly if you have any questions. Email addresses will be found in Appendix One.

Action Plan
Powerpoint prepared by Peter Bateman

Curriculum Co-Development with African Universities: Experiments in Collaboration across Two Digital Divides
Pearl Robinson, Tufts University

Cuuriculum Co-Development at Makerere University
Philip Apuuli Kasaija, Makerere University

Curriculum Co-Development at the University of Dar es Salaam
Andrew Kiondo, University of Dar es Salaam (Mohabe Nyirabu represented the UDSM CCD project at the workshop.)

Educational Networks: Applying the South Africa Experience Elsewhere on the Continent
Mike Lawrie

Embarking on ICT-enabled Distributed Learning
T.J. de Coning, University of Stellenbosch

ICT at Bayero University, Nigeria
Ado Dan Isa, Bayero University

ICT at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana
Keshaw Singh, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

ICT at Makerere University, Uganda
F.F. Tusubira, Makerere University

ICT at Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria
F.A.F. Ayara, Obavemi Awolowo University(Lawrence Kehinde represented OAU at the workshop.)

ICT at the University of Ghana
Mumuni Dakhubu, University of Ghana

ICT in Uganda
F.F. Tusubira

Namibia National and Institutional Profile
Peter Bateman

Poised for Takeoff: Using ICT to Transform Teaching and Learning at the University of the Western Cape
Derek Keats, University of the Western Cape

The South African Transition from UNINET to TENET
Mike Lawrie

University of Jos, Nigeria, ICT Profile
L.S.O. Liverpool, University of Jos

University of Namibia/Walden University Online Course
Charmaine Villet, University of Namibia


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