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Please introduce yourself to our peer-assistee and your fellow delegates. Please let us know who you are, what you so and what made you join this event!
I am Kolawole Akinjide ARAMIDE from University of Ibadan, Looking forward to an engaging and interesting session.
I am Irene Maweu. I will be your online facilitator and I will support Dr. Alice Barlow-Zambodla.
I will be available always, incase of any questions or clarifications.
I am looking forward to this week an to meetings all of you.
It is really nice to meet you.
Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? What you do and what made you join this session?
Hi All! My name is Sipho Shongwe, a lecturer at the University of Swaziland. I offer courses both in the full time and in the distance education Institute. This seminar is much closer home as Mpumalanga is part of Swaziland…or is it the other way round? I am glad to be part of this eye opening and much closer home seminar. I will relate.
My name is Elizabeth Maloba. I am an experienced process consultant, business coach and entrepreneur with over 15 years experience providing capacity building, facilitation, and conflict resolution services for business teams, project and programme teams, and professional networks; enabling them to successfully make decisions, solve problems, exchange ideas and information, and learn.
I grew up in Kenya and found early in life my two passions – building small businesses and people development.
I was invited to this event by Irene, with whom I co-own Innovafrica, and I look forward to co-creating innovative solutions for providing technology facilitated education in Africa.
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