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A Study Of Elearning Implementation Readiness In Togolese Higher Education Institutes HEIS

Journal: International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research (Vol.4, No. 2)

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Page : 24-28

Keywords : Index Terms Africa; Communication; eLearning; CT Implementation; Internet; Institutes Readiness;

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Abstract Global communications and online technology are dramatically increasing opportunities for institutions and organizations in the world. With the spread of Information Communication and Technology ICT infrastructure and cellular telephony in Africa institutions of higher education organizations and communities will increasingly rely on information and communications technologies for efficiency and higher performance in their activities. In this study the modified Center for International Development CIDs Readiness for the Networked World survey published by Harvard University in 2000 as a guide for developing countries 2 was used to assess Togolese Higher Education Intuitions ICT implementation readiness regarding a physical infrastructure high bandwidth reliability b integrated current ICT skills and technology capabilities throughout schools and institutions c a commitment to universal access and d security and policies. Each information technology category was scored on whether the surveyed Togo higher educational institutions were at the Implementation and Integration Stage 100 defined by full access usage management and understanding of the complexity of IT implications including security and policy the Development Stage 75 how far through the implementation has progressed and how much further development may still be required the Enhancement Stage 50 the technical skills technology capabilities and processes of the implementation

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