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Webinar- Raising the bar: How ICT can elevate the status of teachers and teaching in the SDG AGENDA

This Webinar is organized by the Leadership Network for Sustainable development (LN4SD) ,hosted by The Global e-Schools and Communities Initiative (GESCI) an international non-profit organisation founded on the recommendation of the United Nations Task Force on Information Communication Technology (ICT).

INFORMATION ON THE WEBINAR PRESENTATION
Date: Thursday, 9th March 2017
Time: 13:00 GMT
Venue: Online (Zoom Platform)


Organizers: This Webinar is organized by the Leadership Network for Sustainable development (LN4SD) ,hosted by The Global e-Schools and Communities Initiative (GESCI) an international non-profit organisation founded on the recommendation of the United Nations Task Force on Information Communication Technology (ICT).

Target Audience: The Webinar is open to all - most especially, Educational Divisions
of the various Regional Economic Communities (RECs), International Education-based
NGOs, Ministries of Education, the African Union Commission staff, Vice- Chancellors,
Academic Staff, Board Members of AAU, Development Cooperation Partners,
Scholars, Students, Researchers, Diaspora, Peace Organizations, Government officials
and others.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE
1. Webinar will be streamed live at zoom.us/j/622522917
2. Once you click the link above, the zoom plugin will automatically install on
your computer, smartphones or tablet. You will be prompted to run the
installation.
3. Live Tweeting and Event Hashtag
4. Join the conversation following #ElevateTeachers #ICTInEDU
#QualityEducation and share your comments and questions.
5. Follow our webinar via our social media channels:
Facebook:
www.facebook.com/GlobaleSchoolsandCommunitiesInitiative/
www.facebook.com/LeadershipNetwork4SustainableDevelopment
Twitter: twitter.com/GESCI OR twitter.com/LN4SD
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz8iGENTJbBucMf3hmNxDlA


Webinar Official Twitter handle

Leadership 4SD @LN4SD | GeSCI @GESCI


For any further information, please contact the following numbers for assistance:

+216-20466997, +254-703-704739 or email us at tarek.chehidi@gesci.org or
sarah.njeremani@gesci.org

 

 

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