12th October, 2015, Noida: mElimu is excited to share the news that it delivered yet another repeat order of Kenyatta University Digital School of Virtual and Open Learning. mElimu is engaged in offering eLearning software solution (laptops, tablets, smartphones) to emerging markets. Rajeev Gupta, CEO, mElimu, shared, “We are a technology driven organization that believes in uplifting education and its access. It is an achievement that Kenyatta University Digital School found our solution just a perfect fit for their education system. With mElimu, they have surely gone steps higher and overcome challenges of accessibility and creating personalized environment for their students. Our ‘Digital University-in-a-Box Platform’ aims to keep advancing in the same direction and bring more development in the solution.”
Higher education and research requires quick and easy access to large amount of information, which calls for an introduction of networked digital technology in this field. Use of ICT applications and e-learning can help universities provide access to information to its students. In a previous blog, we had discussed the challenges faced by universities in introducing ICT and e-learning in higher education in Kenya. Please read the blog here: Information and Communications Technology and E-learning in Higher Education
Do universities need to keep the digital skills gap in mind while educating? A big, gigantic YES! With the amount of time youth spends online; the need to digitize education becomes even more crucial. Education worldwide has reached a phase like never before. Technological advancement has paved way to a whole new world of learning. Now, students and educators have access to knowledge anywhere, anytime. Digital and online resources have made learning a fun and interactive task.