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Tablets lag behind in Africa for e-learning - study

Friday 31 May 2013 | 13:06 CET | News
Laptops and mobile phones are the most popular new learning devices in Africa, with tablets only being used regularly by 20 percent of eLearning practitioners, according to the eLearning Africa Report 2013. Although 40 percent of respondents said they create local content, only 16 percent create it in indigenous African languages. Social media and mobility are becoming more popular, but accessing online resources and supporting classroom learning are the most common uses of technology.

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