Nana Gyamfi Adwabour

E-Learning Ghana Conference: Transforming Education For A Digital Future

The inaugural E-Learning Ghana Conference took place at the prestigious Amonoo-Neizer Conference Centre, hosted by the E-Learning Centre of the renowned Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi. The conference was held over two days, on 6th and 7th July 2023, under the theme “Education without Borders: Embracing Digitalization for Enhanced Accessibility, Quality, Inclusivity, and Longevity.”

The event attracted a diverse audience of approximately 1200 online participants and 250 in-person attendees, comprising scholars, pioneers, and thought leaders in the field of e-learning. The main objective was to convert the discussions and insights shared during the conference into actionable plans, tangible outcomes, and a renewed commitment to overcoming barriers that hinder access to education. Additionally, the focus was on improving the overall quality of the learning experience, fostering inclusivity, and ensuring the long-term sustainability of educational efforts.

Nana Gyamfi Adwabour, the Director of the Centre for National Distance Learning and Open Schooling (CENDLOS), played a significant role in the E-Learning Ghana Conference held at the Amonoo-Neizer Conference Centre. In his address, he highlighted the crucial contributions of CENDLOS to distance and online education in Ghana, particularly at the Basic and Senior High School (SHS) Levels.

Under Nana Gyamfi Adwabour’s leadership, CENDLOS implemented various initiatives to enhance teaching and learning experiences. They provided Learning Passport/Minecraft Education in both Basic and SHS levels, expanded the teaching and learning content on iBox and iCampus platforms, and developed virtual labs and simulations for STEM subjects. Additionally, they established Strategic Regional Service Centres to offer support for the Learning Passport and iBox initiatives.

Nana Gyamfi Adwabour’s efforts have been instrumental in bridging educational gaps and promoting accessibility to quality education through innovative e-learning methods. His contributions have had a positive impact on the educational landscape in Ghana, empowering learners and fostering sustainability in the digital transformation of education

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