28th October, 2015, Noida: mElimu got this opportunity to be showcased on Indian Education Entrepreneurship Day (IEED) at New Delhi on 21st August, 2015. The software solution, mElimu is a digital learning platform designed for developing markets like India and Africa.
1st October, 2015, Noida: mElimu was one of the key sponsors for 2nd International Conference of the African Virtual University held at July 2nd - 3rd, 2015. A digital-university-in-a-box-solution, mElimu aims to extend its assistance to emerging markets.
5th October, 2015, Noida: mElimu extended its sponsorship to the widely known e-Learning innovations conference held in Nairobi (September 28 – Oct. 2, 2015). An eLearning software solution, mElimu is a medium to enhance the accessibility and affordability of education in all distances.
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.”
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.
Use of technology, especially giving students the access of mobile devices like tablets in education, sounds like a debatable topic to someone born before the start of digital age. Some are sound enough to embrace the technology as it progresses, while there are some, who need a gentle push towards the acceptance of almost anything! The world has entered the age of Digital Natives, where using technology in the field of education is not considered to be a big-win anymore!