Successful Grant Writing Short Course 27 - 30 May 2013
21st Century Information Literacy Skills Course 10 - 14 June 2013
Records Management Short Course 24 - 28 June 2013
Successful Grant Writing Short Course 15 - 18 July 2013
Principles of Marketing for Organizations Short Course 29 Jul - 01 Aug 2013
21st Century Information Literacy Skills course 12 - 16 August 2013
ITOCA (Information Training and Outreach Centre for Africa) is a capacity building organization aimed at enhancing information and communications technology (ICT) skills for African librarians, information specialists, scientists, researchers and students in Sub-Sahara Africa. Formerly, TEEAL Africa Office, ITOCA was established in February 1999 as a marketing and support office for Cornell University's Albert R. Mann Library TEEAL (The Essential Electronic Agricultural Library) programme for Africa . Now, ITOCA spearheads programme support for TEEAL, AGORA, HINARI and OARE in the region.
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|On Thursday 14 March 2013, Rwanda’s Ministry of Education formally launched the 26 projects supported by Innovation for Education.|
The event celebrated the fact that innovations are now being implemented and tested on the ground in classrooms, schools and other education institutions across the country over a two-year period. Innovation for Education is a major opportu more...
|Partnerships in Health Information (Phi) in collaboration with the Association for Health Information & Libraries in Africa (AHILA) is pleased to announce two small grants to support health librarians/ health information professionals in carrying out a small project of their choosing. |
The grants are aimed to build on the Public Access to Health Information (PAHI) training wor more...
|Hurry and get your application submitted. The offer of funding has been extended to eligible institutions. The Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) has partnered with the TEEAL project of Cornell University in the United States to bring increased access to scholarly agricultural literature to qualifying more...|