|Employer:||National University of Lesotho|
|Other roles:||Departmental project coordinator|
|Today is: 15, November 2018|
My name is Tsenolo Seloma, a lecturer in the deparment of historical studies at the National University of Lesotho. I specialise in political and social history of Lesotho. I am at the present getting into gender studies which I find to be very fascinating indeed. I am now teaching a course on gender and history in Africa and this has made me want to get deeper into gender studies.
I am a teacher by profession. I have taught children of all ages because I started as a primary school teacher, went up and taught in a high school and I am now at a university. I have taught both African and European history.
- By the end of this workshop, I would like to be able to be more conversant with the use of the wiki-educator so as to be able to share ideas with other wiki-educators and enable my students to access more information from different professionals.
- I would also like to be able to write my notes on the wiki-educator for other people to make inputs, to engage in collaborative authoring.
- Finally I would love to be able to use my personal website to interact with the outside world.
- As I have already indicated, in the introduction, I wish to interact more with people who are know
Notes from my Wikineighbours
(: Hi Tsenolo Seloma, Greetings! ...you have made good progress in developing your user page. Regards Anil Prasad 13:16, 9 March 2009 (UTC)) Hi Tsenolo, I'm your WikiNeighbour, wellcome to WikiEducator.Please let me know if I can be of any help to you. Rima