Expired: International Conference in Uganda 24-26 June 2019: Digitalization and eLearning for Education

  • Arrival and Registration of the Delegates
    24. June 2019
    8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
  • New technologies changes our lives
    24. June 2019
    9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • New technologies affect education
    25. June 2019
    9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Prepare for new technologies through education
    26. June 2019
    9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Closing the Workshop. Distribution of Certificates
    26. June 2019
    4:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Keynote Speakers

  • Janet Kataaha Museveni, Uganda
    is from Kajara County, Ntungamo District, Uganda. Janet is the First Lady of Uganda and the Minister for Education and Sports.
  • Wilson Muruli Mukasa, Uganda
    is Cabinet Minister of Public Service in the Ugandan Cabinet. Before that, he was Cabinet Minister of Gender and Social Issues.
  • Rosemary Seninde, Uganda
    is the State Minister for Primary Education in the Ugandan Cabinet. She was appointed to that position on 6 June 2016. Se has been Wakiso District Women's Representative in the Parliament of Uganda for many years.
  • Karl Skaar, Norway
    He is a highly successful professional, with a high degree of entrepreneurial flair, demonstrated through an outstanding record of achievement in formulating business strategies and spearheading complex projects.
  • Robert Okinda, Kenya
    is the Chair of AFQueT and a coordinator of INVEST Africa. He has experience in eLearning, dating back to 2004 when he starting integrating ICT in education. He has designed and developed several e-Learning courses.
  • Iman Ahmed Mohamed, Egypt
    is an architect. She is a Certified Trainer, an Adobe Partner, and an Author. Since 2004, she has given instructor led-training and online training in many countries
  • MagnaFaith, USA
    is the Executive Director of MagnaFaith Consults Proprietress and JK Academy. She has a Masters of Business Administration and a Masters of Science and Management from Strayer University, Washington, DC.
  • Angela Mirembe Semwogerere, Uganda
    has 10 years of experience working in the IT / Telecommunication Industries. She is seasoned in this field and is an authority in matters concerning digitization, youth, and innovation.
  • Francis Macharia, Kenya
    He is a registered eLearning practitioner who is skilled in peer review work on eLearning courses. He works with a middle-level Government TVET institution in Kenya.
  • Jonathan van Schoonhoven, The Netherlands
    is a business advisor in the Duch company Rietveld BV. He has entrepreneurial skills and he has established his own company.
  • Drita Kadriu, Kosovo
    holds a PhD from the Faculty of History and Philology, University of Tirana, Albania. She is Higher Education Director at the Ministry of Education Science and Technology of the Republic of Kosovo.
  • Hielke Wijnia, The Netherlands
    uses different methods and ICT to help students reach their individual goals and growth. He is an assistant headteacher and he has started a master of educational leadership.
  • Cees Gouw, the Netherlands
    is a Physical Education teacher at a secondary school in the Netherlands. The last 10 years he has been involved in setting up talent programs for students and teachers in sports and Economics and Social Business.



  • Gerald Twagiramungu, Uganda
    is a lawyer in Uganda and he works with the Reeve Advocates from Kampala. He advises corporations on a wide array of legal subjects.

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Kampala Sheraton Hotel, Uganda, June 24-26, 2019.

Registration closes when the conference is fully booked or no later than 1 June 2019

Digitalization and eLearning for education; How can the Government, School owners, Schools, Colleges and Universities benefit?

To attend the International Conference you must register on the web (see above). Only people that have got feedback that their registration is accepted (the ticket), get access to the venue. That acceptation will be issued after the payment has been registered by Lucubrate. (Read more)

Multimedia-based electronic learning has become a tool used to provide access to education for multiple segments of the population, which otherwise would have little to no access to it. While eLearning is integrated it into curricula early in the digital revolution, in many countries, it is just beginning to address the opportunities and challenges web-based learning may bring.

The Conference is for people working in governmental positions both central and in the districts, school owners, schools leaders, teachers and staff from colleges and universities.  

The development of multimedia and ICT technologies have created opportunities for traditional or classroom-based learning notions to be developed into eLearning notions. The paradigm of eLearning is as effective and has numerous benefits as compared to classroom-based learning. Educational institutions could use online eLearning methodologies for the education of their staff without having to spend for their travel elsewhere. The universities could reach out to a wider audience globally and implement these technologies, therefore offering a remarkable development chance.



The registration for the International Conference is open until the conference is fully booked. If you want to be sure to get a ticket for the conference, you should book now (deadline June 1st, 2019). Read more…

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eLearning is learning to utilize electronic technologies to access the educational curriculum outside of a traditional classroom. In most cases, it refers to a course, program or degree delivered completely online. eLearning is an Internet-based teaching system, a teaching system consisting of video, audio, and written material designed for a person to use in studying a subject at home.

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Venue Phone: +256 31 2322499

Venue Website:

7041 Ternan Ave street, Kampala, Uganda


The Venue: Sheraton Kampala Hotel

This upscale hotel in central Kampala is a 15-minute walk from the Nakasero Market, 3 km from the Uganda National Museum and 6.5 km from the Baha’i House of Worship.

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