Recent Submissions

  • Information and Communication Technologies in Tertiary Education in sub-Saharan Africa 

    Bon, A. (Maastricht University MUNDO, The Netherlands and International Network for Higher Education in Africa, Centre for International Higher Education Boston College USA, 2010)
    All universities need to connect to the global knowledge backbone in order to enhance research, innovation, teaching and learning. Yet most African countries lack reliable access to this backbone as a result of the nascent ...
  • Improving Teaching and Learning in Polytechnics with ICT 

    Bosu, R.; Bon, A. (Centre for International Cooperation VU Amsterdam, 2009)
    This paper presents the use of ICT as a tool for improving teaching and learning in the polytechnics of Ghana. It looks at the need for polytechnics to ‘catch up’ with the global trends in ICT deployment, utilization and ...
  • Access and expansion: challenges for higher education improvement in developing countries 

    Cantrell, Mike; Kool, Rien; Kouwenhoven, Wim (2010)
    The book documents experiences and reflections of experts from the North and South in a variety of capacity development projects coordinated by the Centre for International Cooperation at VU University Amsterdam. Many ...
  • Can the internet in tertiary education in Africa contribute to social and economic development? 

    Bon, Anna (International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology, 2007)
    Poor internet connectivity is one of the serious underlying causes of the digital divide between developing and industrialized countries, and is hampering the transition to the global information society. The recent emergence ...

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