I’m in Accra, Ghana, for the third annual eLearning Africa conference. Approximately 1,500 delegates from 83 countries — mostly in Africa — are gathered to discuss, share and promote various approaches to ICT in Education. The conference covers primary, secondary and tertiary education, and includes aspects such as teacher training, infrastructure, content and open educational resources.
Myself and Karien Bezuidenhout outside the Accra International Conference Centre where eLA was held. “Akwaaba” means welcome.