Ghana : On-Line Journalism Workshop Opens AT KoforiduaA two- week workshop in on-line journalism for information officers of Information Services Department was opened yesterday at the Koforidua Polytechnic in the Eastern Region.
The workshop is being organised by the Ministry of Information and National Orientation (MINO) in collaboration with the UNDP. It brought together forty information officers from the ten regions of the country.
The opening ceremony was performed by the Chief Director of MINO Mr A.A. Ampong. In his speech he stressed on the importance of ICTs and the Internet in the managing, packaging and the dissemination of information.
He was of the view that if journalists in the country would incorporate ICT tools in their profession, it would go a long way to assist the timely dissemination of important information and hence curtail conflict that arises due to lack of information and misinformation.
He indicated that the training was a Train the - Trainer programme and since by 1st November 2007 new recruits will come into the system, participants will be expected to impart the skill and knowledge acquired to the new entrants.
Mr A.A Ampong therefore urged participants to take their training seriously.
In his welcome address, the co-ordinator of the programme, Mr Alphonse Doe Koblavie(Head of IT, ISD) observed that the information officers will work more effectively and efficiently if they upgrade their skills and knowledge in modern trends of mass communication using ICTs
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Wednesday, October 17, 2007
Ghana : On-Line Journalism Workshop Opens AT Koforidua
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