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Virtual College reports on online opportunities for African schools

Friday, 23 March 2012
Map of GHana, source CIA

Online learning solutions have been provided to at least 5,000 students and teachers in Africa, enabling schools in the continent to use connectivity to boost their standard and performance. Eight secondary schools have been given PC as a Service - which allows them to use mobile broadband networks to access cloud computing - through the Connect to Learn initiative. This will affect communities in Kenya, Uganda, Ghana and Tanzania by giving them an e-learning model that is easy to use and low maintenance. Read more.

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