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In October 2009, a group of Class 5 students from Shepherds Junior School in Arusha, Tanzania took the Internet by storm when they signed on to Twitter. Affectionately known as the TwitterKids, this group continues to interact via social media.
Who doesn’t enjoy a good story? That reaction is the basis of an educational initiative started in mid-2010 that now plans to utilize the power of the story to spur innovation.
14 stories on Google/Senegal relations, mHealth data collection, rural e-learning, 4G defined, E. African editorials, m-commerce
Rwanda’s national ICT policy moves forward, bobile advertising stats, e-Learning Africa 2011
E-learning needs teachers & infrastructure, Zimbabwean opinion, EU wireless project, cyber crime in North Africa
Social media success for Nigerian President, Gabon sees investment, EASSy and broadband prices, KIE e-learning bolstered