E-learning: A key to actualizing sustainable educational development in Africa
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Olusola Olajide, A. (2011). E-learning: A key to actualizing sustainable educational development in Africa. In S. Barton et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Global Learn 2011 (pp. 1752-1759). AACE.
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When discussing educational issues in Africa, one question that keeps ringing is, ‘for how long will African countries be dragging their feet in achieving a stable and sustainable educational development?’ No doubt, one of the hindrances to this is the problem of access to education. Achieving sustainable educational development implies providing educational access to both young and old, male and female, rural and urban people, able and physically-challenged, free and bond. It entails putting in place, an educational system guarded by a stable and continuous educational policy. More importantly, it means designing and implementing a type of education that is transferable to the future generation. Unarguably, sustainable educational development cannot be achieved without science and technology. This paper discusses one of the major keys (E-learning) that unlock the possibility of achieving sustainable educational development in Africa.
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