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Wireless Wednesday - How to use mobile technology to improve education outcomes

m:lab East Africa

Wednesday, August 6, 2014 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EAT)

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m:lab East Africa will be hosting a meetup dubbed “Wireless Wednesday” on Education on 6th August 2014 at m:lab East Africa. Wireless Wednesday is an informal meetup aimed at giving the different stakeholders in the education sector a platform to share their thoughts on how to grow the regional education technology (edTech) ecosystem.

The meetup is themed: How to use mobile technology to improve education outcomes

Specifics of the event;

Date: 6th August 2014

Venue: m:Lab East Africa's offices (3rd Floor, Bishop Magua Center, Ngong

Road)

Time: 12:00 Noon - 2:00 pm

 Key discussants and invitees include:

 

  • Philip Omondi - Consultant and E-learning Lecturer Catholic University

  • Martin Njoroge - Product Marketing Manager at Samsung Electronics

  • Tonee Ndungu Founder Kytabu

  • Mary Amisi - Kenya High School

  • Twinomugisha, Alex - Business Development Manager Intel

Also in attendance will be teachers from Kisii, Kisumu, Bungoma, Meru, Nakuru, Muranga and Nairobi

You may find blog write ups of previous such meetups here

http://www.pivoteast.com/category/wireless-wednesday/education/


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Have questions about Wireless Wednesday - How to use mobile technology to improve education outcomes? Contact m:lab East Africa

When & Where

3rd Floor, Bishop Magua Centre, George Padmore Rd, Opposite Uchumi Hyper, Nairobi, Nairobi Area Kenya KE


Wednesday, August 6, 2014 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EAT)


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m:lab East Africa

m:lab East Africa is a consortium of four organizations aiming to be a leader in identifying, nurturing and helping to build sustainable enterprises in the knowledge economy. The consortium members and their roles are :-

 

  • eMobilis, Education, training, accredition and certification.
  • World Wide Web Foundation – curriculum and content, training and Education
  • The University of Nairobi School of Computing and Informatics for rigorous academic research
  • iHub for community interaction, development space, events and access to capital and markets

 

 

 

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