eKitabu in collaboration with CEMASTEA has been training teachers of STEM subjects (Sciences–Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) on how best to integrate ebooks in their teaching to enhance… read more →
Moi Girls High School was awarded the Overall Winning School Trophy in 2016 Digital Essay competition. In attendance were Will Clurman, CEO, Mercy Kirui, Publishing Account Manager, Michael Ngeno, Senior… read more →
On Thursday 17th November, Library staff from Jomo Kenyatta Library, College of Health Sciences and School of Law attended training on eKitabu digital collection at the Library Boardroom. eKitabu is… read more →
African Women’s Studies Centre Workshop at the University of Nairobi.
From Quartz Africa, February 9, 2017: The online bookstores pushing for more Kenyans to read books by African authors READING IS EVERYTHING The online bookstores pushing for more Kenyans to… read more →
To remedy the shortcomings of the country’s education system is the credo of many young innovative companies. By Bruno Meyerfeld (Contributor Le Monde Afrique, Nairobi) Wednesday 1st February 2017 Original… read more →
With limited internet access and regular power outages in schools, will digital education companies transform learning in east Africa? By Laura Secorun Monday 23 January 2017 ORIGINAL POST: https://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/2017/jan/23/tech-startups-kenya-bridge-education-gap?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_WhatsApp Computer-assisted learning… read more →