The Ghana-India Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence In ICT (AITI-KACE) in collaboration with the Women's Commission of the Ghana Union of Professional Studies (GUPS) is set to organize the 3rd South Ghana edition of the specialized training in ICT for women (AITI CHIX) in the tertiary institutions of Ghana from 25th -26th of June 2014. The two day workshop is part of AITI-KACE's ongoing project to equip women with ICT skills and knowledge to enable them make impact in the society.
The Ghana-India Kofi Annan Centre Of Excellence In ICT (AITI-KACE) has held an Innovation Bootcamp for developers, students, programmers in training, IT entrepreneurs and enthusiasts to learn about applications and technology that create innovative products and solutions for Ghana.
African Institutions, particularly those of higher learning, have been advised to increase efforts at developing and teaching online courses, as a viable, cost-effective alternative means of delivering courses and programmes. This emerged at a face-to-face training to the Online Course Development and Instructional Design course at the Ghana-India Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence in ICT (AITI-KACE) to upgrade their online course development skills.
The second annual Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) Global Summit has been held in Accra with a focus on exploring dynamic spectrum access technologies, business models and regulations relevant to Africa.
Ghanaian Engineering students and professionals have been advised to be Open Source technology savvy. The call was made at the Ghana-India Kofi Annan Center Of Excellence In ICT(AITI-KACE) by its Director- General, Dorothy Gordon, when students and faculty of the Regional Maritime University (RMU) paid a visit to the Center.
Ghana's healthcare delivery is set to improve as software developers have been trained at the Ghana-India Kofi Centre of Excellence in ICT(AITI-KACE) on using the Mobile Technology for Community Health's (MOTECH) online suite to develop health care solutions.
The training attracted participants from AITI-KACE, Ashesi and the Grameen Foundation.
Participants were taken through installing and running the suite as well as contributing to the MOTECH project. The source codes of the project and its organisation were made available to developers to examine.