From All Africa
The University of The Gambia (UTG) and the African Virtual University (AVU) have reached an agreement to introduce new virtual and electronic learning (e-Learning) programmes at the UTG. The project is under the second phase of AVU’s Multinational Support Project. The Computer Science and Teachers’ Education Programmes will enable students to access lectures through electronic learning and gain their degrees.
The project is funded by the African Development Bank (AfDB); and the UTG is among several other African universities to benefit from the project. The AVU is a Pan-African inter-governmental organisation established by charter with the mandate of significantly increasing access to quality higher education and training through the innovative use of information communication technologies. Fifteen African Governments, including Kenya, Senegal, Tanzania and Mozambique have already signed the charter establishing the AVU as an inter-governmental organisation.
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