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'WEB 2.0 Training Course in Namibia''''

The Social Media Web 2.0 traning course organized by the University of Namibia (UNAM) and Technical Centre for Agriculature and Rural Development (CTA) is currently underway in Windhoek, Namibia. The five day workshop attracted mainly UNAM Media Faculty lecturers and media professionals.


Simunza Munyangana the Web 2.0 Expert

The trainer, Simunza Munyangana is a Zambian National who has vast experience in web design and google related teachnologies. This is the first workshop of this kind taking place in Namibia, and two more others are lined up for April and June 2014. Participants have been learning how to among others create wikis, delicious, feedly, and the general usage of google technology tools. Participants are expected to transfer the knowledge to their students and colleagues and the general Namibia public through sharing as some of them will now become traners of the trainers.

Web 2.0 knowledge in Namibia

Most of rhe internet users have taught themselves how to make use of the available tools which means they only use some of them which is limited of what the technology can do.

  • Media

The Web 2.0 training course will enable media practitioners to be able to communicate and network with fellow journalists via vlogs, blogs, tags, delicious and e-books without having to physically travel to them or to make calls which are expensive.


  • Academics


  • Students


  • Politicians
  • Members of the public


    • Broadcasters
    • TV
    • Radio
    • Web
    • Print


Workshop participants

  1. Tyson
:Robin Tyson is from the UNAM Media Faculty. He worked at the NBC before.
  1. Nengomasha
  2. Amiss
  3. Mchombu
  4. Mwilima
  5. Eno
  6. Menesia
  7. Juliet
  8. Alina


to create a page two square brackets, slash two square brackets.


User:Menesiamuinjo/Menesia Muinjo


Once the link is created, it opens a new page linked to the main page. A link with slashes - means a link but belongs to another category. If it has no slashes, then it is a separate page on its own.


If you want to create a link and link it to an existing website. -you highlight the website


Then how do we add to pictures...:

jpg (photos taken with cameras) JPEG, Gif- logos etc ....{image:front_of_unam.jpg}

After jpg leave space now pipe|front concourse at university of namibia (then another pipe| space and type thumbail (smaller version of the picture)


Open square brackets, image, colon, image, colon, file name, caption and the size of the image.

{image:front of unam,file name jpg, space, first pipe, space again, description, second pipe and then space and the word thumb nail and then close the brackets} It must be two square brackets.First describe the image, then upload it. Then you get a box with red heading, click on the read line and then it will tell you to upload to the file.


File:Front of NBC jpg


Summary

Description water drop
Source my pictures
Date 29 .01.2014
Author sakeus
Permission See below.

Licensing

CC-BY-SA icon.svg Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license, allowing you the freedom to reuse provided proper attribution is maintained and the requirement to distribute any modifications under the same, similar, or compatible terms.


Summary

Description water drop
Source my pictures
Date 29 .01.2014
Author sakeus
Permission See below.

Licensing

CC-BY-SA icon.svg Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license, allowing you the freedom to reuse provided proper attribution is maintained and the requirement to distribute any modifications under the same, similar, or compatible terms.


How to add a link

According to {http//:MenesiaMuinjo.blogspot.com Menesiamuinjo}