As a productive tool for everyday communications or entertainment, computer hardware and software have grown in complexity, capacity, and importance to revolutionary levels. At the core of the revolution is
information access and sharing branding this 'The Information Age'.
There seems to be clear and widespread agreement among the public and educators that to get ahead of the pack, one needs to be proficient in computer use--people need to be 'computer literate'. However, there seems
to be only a vague notion of what computer literacy really means.
Digital Africa is the forum where we can network and share ideas on the future of IT in Africa.The main focus of this forum is to emphasise on how we can impart the knowledge to the development of Africa's IT. We can't be left behind when we have the human resources to do it. We can only contribute effectively if we bring these resources together.
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