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Information and Communications Technology and E-learning in Higher Education

Information and Communications Technology and E-learning in Higher Education

In this era of digital natives, technological advancements in higher education is uberous worldwide. E-learning initiatives are expanding in the field of higher education with learners wanting more flexibility in terms of geographical location, time, commuting and access to the course resources. Apart from the increased accessibility to the students, e-learning initiatives can also provide

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A Morning at Taita Taveta Technical University College

A Morning at Taita Taveta Technical University College

“I have a smartphone. We use chatting apps like Whatsapp to share stuff among ourselves, we use PDF readers to read content. What more can you do to make a difference?” asked one of the students in the audience. Backdrop On the morning of 17th September 2014, the sun shined bright at Taita Taveta Technical

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Teaching Vs Digital Storytelling

Teaching Vs Digital Storytelling

De facto, anything that has a strong impact on mind lasts longer than anything injected through books and other means of educating. And to support this, we all agree that we remember the stories we heard in childhood by heart than the chapter we learnt later in school.

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How to bridge the digital divide in education?

How to bridge the digital divide in education?

The recent news about a young Kenyan boy, Martin Obila who walked on foot for over 50 kms to reach his dream school to reason with the authorities about his family’s inadequacy at paying hefty school fee is one in many stories wherein aspiring, talented students and their family are not in a position to

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Building Economy on the Crux of Knowledge

Building Economy on the Crux of Knowledge

In the last one decade a lot has been written and spoken about the virtues of a knowledge-based economy. Planners, economists and visionaries from around the world are of the opinion that economies that are driven by knowledge shall emerge to be the role model for development and prosperity.

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Will Kenyan Government’s Ambitious Plan to Digitize School Education Succeed?

Will Kenyan Government’s Ambitious Plan to Digitize School Education Succeed?

Kenya’s hope to become the seat of education in the whole of Africa is not a new-found dream. Historical records namely the Swahili manuscript “Utendi Wa Tambuka” attests that Kenyan people had access to education to a date as far back as 1728. During the colonial ear the missionaries tried to establish many schools based

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