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iHub By James Ndiga / May 21, 2014

Guardian Activate: Johannesburg


On 26th June 2014 a host of influential and inspirational figures from across Africa and the rest of the world will gather in Johannesburg to discuss how the open internet is reshaping the world. From investigative journalism and new models of media content, to the changing value of money and the role

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Data processes

Data Science Lab By Leo Mutuku / May 18, 2014

iHub Research’s 2nd Data Science Jam: Call for Applications


Update: Deadline Extension Last year, iHub Research held its first annual data jam and what a success it was! Well, we are doing it again and we would like you to apply. This year, we will be conducting the 6-week data science program from June 30th to August 8th 2014. We have revamped

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Photo Credit: Emilia Tjernström

iHub Research By James Ndiga / May 15, 2014

NRBUZZ: “Learning about a (Low-Tech) Technology”


Unfortunately, J Schwan (Solstice Mobile) who was previously set to speak at NRBuzz is no longer able to present at our May NRBuzz. Instead, we are honored to have Emilia Tjernström, a PhD candidate in Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of California, Davis! Date: THIS Tuesday, 20th May 2014

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iHub Research By Angela Okune / May 12, 2014

Ethical Questions in Research


By Sidney Ochieng Last week at iHub Research, we had our first “Brown Bag Lunch,” an internal semiformal meeting over lunch where everyone was to carry packed lunch and discuss several things that may affect us as researchers. This session focused on ethics in research and was facilitated by Juliet

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iHub Research By Anne / May 5, 2014

E-cramming vs. E-learning


by Lynda Okoko “To promote growth of the whole person through developing the mental, physical and emotive abilities and attitudes; to impact literacy and numeracy and nurture scientific and social skills; promote social equality and lay a foundation for further education” – objective of  Kenyan Primary Education. Electronic learning is

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