Starting Today: Time to change: Gendered perceptions on uses of educational technologies

We hope that you are well and that all who went to the eLearning Africa conference last week have returned home safely.

Today we are excited to announce the start of our current e/merge Africa seminar “Time to change: Gendered perceptions on uses of educational technologies” which will be led by Dr. Ruth Nsibirano and Dr. Consolata Kabonesa from Makerere University, Uganda. The seminar will run until Friday 6 June.

Ruth and Consolata’s paper entitled Time to Change: Gendered Perspectives on Use of Educational Technologies For Teaching in Makerere University is available for download. We invite you to come and join us in the seminar discussion forum.  Please start by saying a bit about yourself in the Introductions topic.On Friday this seminar will end with a live online meeting led by the seminar leaders and Dr. Nicola Pallitt from the University of Cape Town. More details will be provided later.

All links and resources are available via the seminar landing page on the e/merge Africa website. Please note that in order to access these resources you will need to log in, when prompted. If you haven’t yet registered to the e/merge Africa website, you can do so for free here

We look forward to your input and thoughts!

 

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