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Bowen University

Iwo, Osun State, Nigeria , 07-11 April 2014

Technological innovation is taking place at a breath-taking pace. Simple, open source internet-based applications and services designed to enhance on-line collaboration are now available to the wider public at little or no cost at all. These new online technologies known as Web 2.0 and ‘social media’ enable people to collaborate to create, share and publish information.  

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National Research Institute (NRI), Corner Coro-Kaeaga Road, Waigani Drive

Port Moresby (National Capital District), Papua New Guinea , 24-28 March 2014

Technological innovation is taking place at a breath-taking pace. Simple, open source internet-based applications and services designed to enhance on-line collaboration are now available to the wider public at little or no cost at all. These new online technologies known as Web 2.0 and ‘social media’ enable people to collaborate to create, share and publish information.  

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National University of Science and Technology

Bulawayo, Zimbabwe , 19-23 May 2014

Technological innovation is taking place at a breath-taking pace. Simple, open source internet-based applications and services designed to enhance on-line collaboration are now available to the wider public at little or no cost at all. These new online technologies known as Web 2.0 and ‘social media’ enable people to collaborate to create, share and publish information.

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From 18th to 22nd March 2013, the Fiompiana Fambolena Malagasy Norvéziana (FIFAMANOR) and the organisation Formation aux Technologies et à l'Agriculture (Training for Agriculture and Technologies) have organized a Web 2.0 training in Madagascar, financed by the CTA. Two previous training sessions, held in September and December 2012 respectively, have allowed for improvement in this process.

Botswana College of Agriculture

Sebele, Botswana , 17-21 February 2014

Technological innovation is taking place at a breath-taking pace. Simple, open source internet-based applications and services designed to enhance on-line collaboration are now available to the wider public at little or no cost at all. These new online technologies known as Web 2.0 and ‘social media’ enable people to collaborate to create, share and publish information.

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