Government of Jamaica


e-Learning Jamaica Company Limited

An Agency of the Ministry of Science, Energy and Technology.


  • To support the improvement of national
    learning outcomes by providing supporting
    Information and Communications
    Technology (ICT) solutions.


• Deliver e-learning transformation
projects within scope, budget, and
on time.
• Provide advisory services and thought
leadership on educational technology.

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The Tablets for Teachers Programme

The Tablets for Teachers Programme was established under the Heads of Agreement between the Jamaica Teachers' Association (JTA) and the Government of Jamaica (GoJ) signed in May 2018. The Tablets for Teachers Programme (TTP) was created for the procurement and distribution of tablets. e-Learning Jamaica was selected as the implementation agency to execute the programme.


Our Partners

Holy Trinity High School: eLearning Computer Lab


e-Learning Jamaica in the Press

Read Across Jamaica 2024

Read Across Jamaica Day 2024

    The e-Learning Jamaica Team visited Bethabara Primary School in Manchester as a part of Read Across Jamaica Day 2024. The students were actively engaged with the materials presented, showcasing their enthusiasm for learning. It was truly a rewarding experience to witness and participate in such educational initiatives, fostering a sense of fulfillment in […]


Williams advocates for greater opportunities for girls in ICT

      “We are championing a movement,” declared Education and Youth Minister Fayval Williams on Tuesday as she addressed the CREATHER Girls in Information Communication and Technology (ICT) media launch held at the Immaculate Conception High School (ICHS). Noting that with technology constantly altering how society functions, Williams said there is a need for […]

‘Hackathon’ to empower C’bean girls to become leaders in STEM

  KINGSTON, Jamaica — eLearning Jamaica Company Limited (e-LJAM) has partnered with local educational technology company, STEAMHouse, to host this year’s Crea+her Girls in ICT Hackathon, which began on April 11 and will end on April 16. According to a news release, the virtual hackathon seeks to empower Caribbean girls aged 13 to 18 years […]