University enrollment in Africa is at a meagre 7%. However, with the burgeoning African youth population of over 200 million, it is no wonder that African Universities recruit too many students. Although pedagogy and learning still takes place, the possibility and realism of digital literacy is a question on its own.
The new year is here, and with it come a myriad of resolutions. Equally important is what I term as e-resolutions, coined to mean goals for your information and networking systems. It is crucial, not just for education and research institutions, but for any organizations and the individuals affiliated to them to consider resolutions for their information and communication technologies and habits. The plans you have made in the ICT front will in turn determine how your institution thrives.
The 9th EAI International Conference on e-Infrastructures and e-Services for Developing Countries (also known as AfriCOMM Conference) focused on how developing countries can deploy efficient and effective e-Infrastructures, improve on e-Governance, e-Services, and e-Business even with limited resources.