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Benefits for Educators and Learners

Our program is designed to create and utilize group strategies for validated content development. Therefore we require that all participants join or form a library-educator Community of Practice (COPE). This is a free service that also included free micro-media training.

The COPE method provides better support for librarians, teachers, students and lifelong learners in their effort to develop localized original information content while creating ICT solutions to specific problems. To learn more, CLICK HERE.

Each member of a COPE must develop a brief description of what they would like their group to achieve through its alliance with our PROGRAMS. We will help you develop your ideas further and as they mature, we will provide you with custom websites that will be hosted on our server at no cost.

Every COPE member is eligible for our free training that will position them to use their cell phone, writing skills, research abilities, HD video cameras and other mobile devices to produce TOP QUALITY and potentially marketable photos, multimedia and videos for education, business, advertising, marketing, public relations, annual reports, community research, scientific research and other purposes.

The $16 billion educational e-publishing business sector is one of the largest and fastest growing in the world. Our goal is to help prepare disadvantaged communities, civic organizations and smaller companies to competently meet the explosive need for top quality sight and sound media of all sorts that comes from indigenous voices.

Success requires information, training, practical experience and a critical mass of information producers, buyers and suppliers like those exemplified by our communities of practice. OLAfrica provides the conduit through which creative people can become part of the lucrative supply chain of information about them, but from which people of African descent continue to be purposely excluded.

ICT has "flipped the script" to favor the smaller, but global information producers and suppliers and we are positioned to help you secure a meaningful role in this digital information supply chain.

IMPORTANT: The projects described on the following pages are ones to which we are committed, and for which your participation is sought. Beyond helping to accomplish our goals, we want users to share how they are, or wish to integrate PARTICIPATORY digital media to enrich learning by including the varied perspectives of people of African origin and descent.

To get started, please VISIT our learning and professional COPE community frameworks.

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OTHER OPPORTUNITIES FOR TEACHERS

OnLine Africa CyberAc@demy for Multimedia Skills

Learn how to competently teach and learn photography and video across disciplines.

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AFRICA FIELD STUDIES FOR EDUCATORS & STUDENTS

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c DAWN WOMEN'S INITIATIVE offers women's groups free repair and preservation of family archival photos and documents. <MORE>

 

 

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