In the last decade, there has been a growth in Information Communication and Technology for Education (ICT4E) in sub-Saharan Africa. Through support from local and international development agencies, several Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) have engaged in introducing, implementing and supporting ICT4E. This study aims at providing a description and analysis of the current state of ICT4E implementation in HEIs in Mozambique. An exploratory study of 19 HEIs was conducted using open ended questionnaires and interviews. The results show that the country has advanced greatly in terms of design and implementation of ICT policies, as well as telecommunication. Additionally, MoReNet the national education research network supports ICT infrastructure capacity building in HEIs through its nationwide data network that interconnects academic and research institutions. Teacher centered approaches are still the dominant pedagogy.
Muianga, Xavier; Hansson, Henrik; Nilsson, Anders; Mondlane, Avelino; Mutimucuio, Inocente; and Guambe, Alsone
"ICT in Education in Africa - Myth or Reality: A Case Study of Mozambican Higher Education Institutions,"
The African Journal of Information Systems: Vol. 5:
3, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/ajis/vol5/iss3/5