[itoca] New Call for abstracts ICML AHILA 2022 Congress

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Mercy Moyo

Senior Programme Officer (Research & Training) 

ITOCA|Information Training & Outreach Centre for Africa

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P O Box 11632, Die Hoewes,

0163, Centurion

South Africa

Tel :+27 12 664 1836 /664 1627

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Global Partnership for Education is live now.

Raise Your Hand Nordic Midsummer Festival

Nordic countries are global leaders in education and crucial partners of GPE. The virtual Raise Your Hand Nordic Midsummer Festival is a platform for Nordic voices and other champions to put the global learning crisis on the agenda and commit to keeping education financing as a priority as the international community deals with the global economic and social impacts of COVID-19.The event will feature development ministers, influencers and artists from Nordic countries, foundations, multilateral organizations and youth representatives and is a countdown moment ahead of the Global Education Summit on July 28 and 29.

News Alert AfLIA – Webinar Series on “Libraries in Development: Advancing Library Visibility in Africa”

Inviting all Library Stakeholders To a Webinar Series on

“Libraries in Development”

African Libraries are drivers of development in the communities they serve, but not many international development organizations perceive them as potential partners.

AfLIA, in collaboration with the Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA), is organizing a three-part webinar series focusing on how libraries that desire more partnerships with development organizations to increase their local impacts can gain more visibility and connect.

Sessions & Dates

Register now to book your space and add event to your calendar!!

Registration ongoing for #WikiAfLibs Cohort 2

Cohort 2 of the Wikipedia in African Libraries Course (WikiAfLibs), fully sponsored by the Wikimedia Foundation, is scheduled to take off on Wednesday, 29th June, 2021.

The free course equips librarians, library staff, archivists, museum workers and others in the information sector with how to help their user communities tell their stories by themselves about themselves, thereby giving them a voice and reducing the misinformation and disinformation about Africa.

WikiAfLibs Cohort 1 was successful. Cohort 2 gives African Librarians another opportunity to build their digital skills while learning how to collaboratively work on Wikipedia and its sister projects.

Get involved and expand your knowledge horizon. Spread the news!!

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23 Google Search Tips You’ll Want to Learn

23 Google Search Tips You’ll Want to LearnBy Jason Cohen “Most of us use Google every day, but many have likely only scratched the surface of the search engine’s power. Here’s how to get better results from a Google search.”Click here:https://www.pcmag.com/…/23-google-search-tips-youll…

Education in Australia

In Australia, education starts in the years before formal schooling, with many child care services and preschools receiving government funding.

School students (Oliver Strewe, Tourism Australia)

Did you know?

Australia’s secondary school enrolment rate is the third highest in the world after Belgium and Finland.

Australian students participate in formal school education from the age of five or six to around 18, with many going on to tertiary education. The public and private education sectors are working together to close the gap on Indigenous disadvantage and improve outcomes in Indigenous education……READ MORE

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