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Title: Information and Communication Technologies for Development in Africa
Other Titles: Networking Institutions of Learning - SchoolNet
Authors: James, Tina
Keywords: ICTs
Learners
School-based
Education
Evaluation
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: International Development Research Centre and CODESRIA
Series/Report no.: ;Volume 3
Abstract: The International Development Research Centre's (IDRC) Acacia program has, since its inception in 1997, invested considerably in promoting the establishment of school networking projects in a number of African countries. Schools are institutions where members of different communities converge - learners, educators, school managers, parents of learners, unemployed youth, women and other community residents. It therefore made sense for schools to serve as a base for community access to Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/639
ISBN: 1-55250-008-X
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