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OA News: November 17-21, 2011

November 21, 2011  »  NewsNo Comment
  1. Africa: The road to m-government {}
  2. Malawi’s backwater telecentres make inroads {Biztech Africa}
  3. The Web Goes World Wide {VOA News}
  4. Senegal’s Sonatel calls 48-hour strike {Reuters Africa}
  5. How Hackers Are Defacing Facebook Walls {Daily Nation via allAfrica}
  6. The digital divide… {MYC4}
  7. Govt source denies intention to cut internet, phone services {al-Masry al-Youm}
  8. Cyberbaiting takes off in SA classrooms {IOL}
  9. Understanding Cloud Computing {Daily Trust via allAfrica}
  10. Do schools really need more tech? {Today Online}
  11. Orange Madagascar to provide broadband to research institute {TelecomPaper}
  12. Ghana’s ‘cafe boys’ and their internet lifestyle {Africa Review}
  13. Osun To Distribute 150,000 Laptops To Students Free {Osun Defender}
  14. Students dial M for math {The Globe and Mail}
  15. Liberians hope long wait for the web is finally over {BBC}
  16. Technology helps Africans hold governments to account – experts {TrustLaw}
  17. Cheers to the Silicon Valley of [insert country name here] {CNN What’s Next Blog}
  18. Mobile phones and the power of data collection {National Geographic NewsWatch}
  19. SANReN phase 1 completed {news24}
  20. Undersea cable linking South Africa to France reaches Sao Tome and Principe {Macauhub}
  21. L’impact du large bande sur le developpement en Afrique {Ecofin}
  22. L’Afrique, nouvelle terre promise des telecoms {Les Echos}
  23. Karsenti, T., Collin, S. et Harper-Merrett, T. (2012). Pedagogical Integration of ICT: Successes and Challenges from 100+ African Schools Ottawa, ON: IDRC.

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