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AFRIK-IT  May 1997

AFRIK-IT May 1997

Subject:

Distance Learning Conference Sept/Oct '97

From:

Max Freund <[log in to unmask]>

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African Network of IT Experts and Professionals (ANITEP) List

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Thu, 29 May 1997 15:18:31 -0400

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FYI...

This information is from e-PRODDER-mail, a weekly e-mail newsletter
published by a South African NGO coalition -- for more info, see the
description at the end of this message.  I've only gotten a couple of
issues but it seems to be a very good resource, particularly if you're
interested in South(ern) Africa.  To be added to their distribution list,
send a message to <[log in to unmask]>.)

--Max


Conference:
>OPEN, FLEXIBLE AND DISTANCE LEARNING - EDUCATION AND
>TRAINING IN THE 21st CENTURY
>
>DATE:  29 September - 3 October 1997
>VENUE:  Launceston, AUSTRALIA
>ENQUIRIES:  Conference Design
>Tel:  (+61) (3)  6224-3773  Fax:  (+61) (3)  6224-3774
>E-mail:  [log in to unmask]

Expositions:
>2nd INTERNATIONAL ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
>EXHIBITION AND CONFERENCE (COMMUNICATIONS AFRICA '97)
>
>DATE:  8-12 July 1997
>VENUE:  Gallagher Estates, Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA
>ENQUIRIES:  Tendai Dumbutshena, Specialised Exhibitions
>Tel:  (+27) (11)  835-1565  Fax:  (+27) (11)  496-1161
>E-mail:  [log in to unmask]  WWW:  http://www.4africa.com/rdt


>14th INTERNATIONAL TRAINING, EDUCATION, SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND
>BOOK MARKET EXHIBITION (INSTRUCTA '98)
>
>DATE:  March 1998
>VENUE:  Gallagher Estates, Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA
>ENQUIRIES:  Tendai Dumbutshena, Specialised Exhibitions
>Tel:  (+27) (11)  835-1565  Fax:  (+27) (11)  496-1161
>E-mail:  [log in to unmask]  WWW:  http://www.4africa.com/rdt


>RURAL DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGY AFRICA '98
>
>DATE:  27-30 May 1998
>VENUE:  NASREC, Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA
>ENQUIRIES:  Tendai Dumbutshena, Specialised Exhibitions
>Tel:  (+27) (11)  835-1565  Fax:  (+27) (11)  495-1161
>E-mail:  [log in to unmask]  WWW:  http://www.4africa.com/rdt


Journal:
>JOURNAL OF PRACTISE IN EDUCATION FOR DEVELOPMENT
>
>This journal, which has an emphasis on practice rather than theory, is
>now entering its third volume (three numbers in each volume).  While
>it is an international journal, its emphasis has been on Southern
>Africa.  The first two volumes contained five papers on Botswana, two
>on Lesotho, one on Mozambique, four on South Africa, one on Swaziland
>and eight on Zimbabwe, as well as many other papers from other
>countries and a host of general papers.  To make the Journal
>accessible it is heavily subsidised and can be obtained for twenty
>pounds sterling per volume of three numbers, including surface
>postage.  Papers for publication are always welcome.
>
>ORDER FROM:
>School of Education, University of Manchester
>Tel:  (+44) (161)  275-3458  Fax:  (+44) (161)  275-3932
>E-mail:  [log in to unmask]


Information on e-PRODDER-mail:
>----------------------------------------------------------
>
>Welcome to e-PRODDER-mail - a weekly e-mail development information
>service compiled by the Programme for Development Research (PRODDER)
>at the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), in partnership with the
>South African National NGO Coalition.
>
>PRODDER is a Southern African development information medium which
>collects and disseminates information on all Southern African
>development issues and roleplayers.  It is PRODDER's mission to
>provide an appropriate, comprehensive and dynamic development
>information service to people and organisations.  To this end PRODDER
>utilises various mediums in collecting and disseminating development
>information.
>
>The South African National NGO Coalition is working for people-centred
>development, participatory democracy and a strong voluntary sector.
>It seeks to foster an enabling environment for NGOs in interactions
>with government, business and donors, to provide a forum for
>information sharing and advocacy, to facilitate international
>networking, to ensure that members observe the obligations laid down
>by the Coalition, to create an enabling legislative and structural
>environment for NGOs, to rebuild the human resources of the NGO sector
>and to reduce operating costs and develop the financial sustainability
>of the NGO sector.
>
>The main objective of the e-PRODDER mail service is to inform the
>Southern African development community of important and interesting
>events and initiatives in the development field.  This service is
>provided free of charge every Monday to any interested individual or
>organisation with an e mail number.  Those interested in becoming e-
>PRODDER mail subscribers will be added to the list on request.
>
>The e-PRODDER-mail service covers the following categories of
>information:
>
>    General development news
>    Conferences/workshops/meetings
>    Exhibitions and fairs
>    Training courses
>    Vacancies in the development field
>    New publications
>    Internet news and websites
>    Research
>    PRODDER activities
>
>Subscribers are welcome to submit information and comments based on
>these categories for inclusion in future editions.  This information
>must reach PRODDER by Friday every week.



***************************************************************

Max Freund                            /                     296 7th Ave.
[log in to unmask]                /                     Brooklyn, NY
11215-3602

Interested in distance education in Africa?  Ask me about Ghana Computer
Literacy and Distance Education Volunteers (GhaCLAD) and its May 1998
conference in Accra.  Or subscribe to its listserv: ghaclad-scope on
[log in to unmask]

***************************************************************

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