Digital Content Development for e-Learning, at St. Paul's University, Limuru, Kenya, 2/20/2020

In the current education system digital teaching and learning is happening in lower levels of education (primary school).
Soon these learners will be in the university where we are expected to build on what they will have gained.
Advancement in technology should reflect in education, and technology bridges the gap between the learner and the tutor in open, distance and e-learning.

2019 ICT Directors Forum, at Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi, 10/8/2019

Utilization of Video and Web Conferencing for
Teaching and Learning- KENeT-UoN Collaboraive Effort in supporting ODeL Mode of Delivery in Universities

Curriculum Reforms in Kenya: Imperatives for effective Implementation, at The Oxford Place, Upper Hill Nairobi, Kenya., 5/20/2016:

Education and training have been identified in the Kenya Vision 2030 as a key social pillar and a medium that will drive Kenya into becoming a middle-income economy. Constitution 2010 also supported free and compulsory basic education as a human right to every Kenyan child aged 4-18 years (Basic Education Act 2013). According to National Education Sector Plan (2013-2018), access, equity, quality, relevance, governance and cross cutting are the key themes in education and therefore they are fundamentally issues of great concern to education and training in Kenya.

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