Take part in the eLearning Africa 2013 Survey – your opinion counts!

The success of the annual eLearning Africa conference shows that education and ICT sectors in Africa are growing and enhanced with innovative initiatives.However, enthusiasm and interest alone are not enough to drive policy change or encourage investors. 2013 marks the second year of the ground-breaking eLearning Africa Survey gathering opinions and data on the African learning landscape of today. However, the eLearning sector in Africa still needs a lot of efforts to flourish. As quoted in the original relevant article, Shafika Isaacs, the editor of the eLearning Africa 2012 Report and Programme Director for eLearning Africa, points out, “there remains a significant knowledge gap in consolidating the African experience of ICT for Development from an African perspective”.In these early days of the relationship between learning and technology it can be hard to pinpoint positive outcomes, so it is imperative that the eLearning sector is able to generate reliable data to support its work or risk being ignored or mistrusted.

The eLearning Africa Survey was launched in 2012 and informed the eLearning Africa 2012 Report, the first publication of its kind. As well as featuring opinion pieces from leading voices contributing to the debates surrounding eLearning, ICT and entrepreneurship in Africa, the Report provided detailed analysis of data taken from 447 survey responses.
In 2013 the Survey will build upon the results of the previous year, enabling the 2013 Report to analyse the integration of learning technologies in Africa, explore the development of locally-produced digital content and examine the challenges and opportunities that are shaping Africa’s eLearning sector.

The eLearning Africa 2013 Survey seeks responses from all stakeholders working in and around ICT-enhanced training and education. Your opinion counts so give your input to the Survey which is open until 20th February 2013 and can be completed online at http://survey.icwe.info, or a PDF copy requested by contacting This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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