AUGUST 8, 2023
AfLIA and OER Africa are hosting ‘conversations’ over two days to discuss the rich cultural heritage, local histories and knowledge generated in Africa. The conversations will include how African traditional knowledge and local history, in the form of living documents and vibrant oral traditions, can be opened up to the world, and made available via open licences.
Click on the button below to book your space for the session. Kindly note that once you register, you will receive reminders about the event. Attendees only need to register once to be part of the two-day panel discussion.
Upon registration, reminders will be sent to all registrants periodically. This webinar will be hosted on Zoom Conferencing Platform. Participants, who do not have Zoom on their mobile devices and or computers, need to download, install and create an account on Zoom ahead of time (CLICK TO DOWNLOAD). Webinar attendees are encouraged to join early, preferably 15 minutes before the start of the webinar, as one may need time launch the application. The speaker will use a webcam to connect with attendees. Audio and video for the session will be streamed over computer speakers. Attendees are therefore encouraged to connect with a headset or earpiece for maximum utility.
A list of resources and further information will made be available at the end of the webinar, to enable thorough engagement with the webinar content. All registrants will have access to the presentation slides. The webinar recording will be uploaded on AfLIA Youtube Channel soon after the webinar to facilitate continuous engagement with the webinar content by webinar attendees and non-attendees. Please note that this webinar does not involve certificate of participation.
For further enquiries and any assistance relating to the webinar, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.