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awareness campaign in Kenya

Posted on March 23 2005 by Marcel Werner in reponse to Metadata Quality in e-Learning: Garbage In - Garbage Out?

Dear author,

We are running an ICT awareness campaign in Kenya, Power Up with ICT (www.powerup.co.ke). A number of local authors is preparing articles that we'll publish locally, in book, CD Rom and on the web.

We would like to ensure that the campaign helps appreciate Kenyans the current state of play in Kenya, but also that those who are leading in the industry, among them our authors, are brought up-to-date and challenged by new developments.

Therefore, please grant us the rights to publish Sarah Currier's article plus some general information in our campaign.

Thanks a lot,
Marcel Werner
Archway Technology Management Ltd
+254 20 4446763

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