Discussions with key partners including the implementing universities underlined the importance of the policy framework as an instrument for institutionalization and sustainability. As such, the e-SHE partnership invests in developing policies/guidelines that will cement the institutionalization of digital education across the 50 public universities. Among others, the policy/guideline will address issues related to:
Digital education standardization, quality assurance, and accreditation
Information and data security
Intellectual property and/or copyright
Instructors’ digital skill development, certification, and incentive packages.
A two-day workshop on e-learning and digital education was recently conducted on August 15 and 16, 2023 at Radisson Blu, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, bringing together educators, policymakers, and experts to explore the potential of technology in transforming the country’s education system. The workshop aimed to support ongoing educational reforms and foster a deeper understanding of e-learning initiatives within Ethiopia. Read more…