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e-Learning Jamaica Company Limited: An Agency of the Ministry of Science, Energy and Technology

Vision

To transform national learning outcomes using Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)

Mission

To facilitate the development of a knowledge-based society by using ICT methodologies.

Mandate

To promote the integration and infusion of technology in the education system

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e-Learning Jamaica Introduces: The Tablets in Schools Project

As part of the Government of Jamaica’s plan to use technology to improve levels of education of the Jamaican people and to move towards a fully connected and knowledge-based society, the Ministry of Science, Energy and Technology (MSET) is introducing tablet computer devices to students and teachers in select public schools in Jamaica.

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e-Learning Jamaica Introduces: Our eFocus Magazine

eFocus Magazine is an education and technology magazine created for everyone, featuring teachers, students and entrepreneurs whilst promoting the use of technology within Jamaica.

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e-Learning Jamaica in the Press

Press Release Courts Decides

Court Upholds e-Learning Jamaica’s Decision to Terminate GeoTechVision’s Contract

Kingston, Jamaica – For the second time in three months the Supreme Court has sided with e-Learning Jamaica Company Limited (“e-Learning Jamaica”) in the termination dispute with GeoTechVision Enterprises Limited (“GeoTechVision”). On January 23, 2020, the Court handed down judgment in favour of e-Learning Jamaica, refusing to grant the order sought by GeoTechVision for the […]

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e-LJam Hands Over 46 Computer Tablets To The Jamaica Physiotherapy Association

e-Learning Jamaica Company Limited (e-LJam) on Friday (Nov. 29) handed over 46 computer tablets to the Jamaica Physiotherapy Association, which will assist with the delivery of physiotherapy services in health facilities islandwide. The initiative was provided for, under the 2015 – 2017 Heads of Agreement with the Council of Paramedics and the Government of Jamaica. […]

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Teachers to Receive Tablets Beginning December

Fifteen thousand teachers will benefit from the roll-out of the Tablets for Teachers Programme, which should begin in December 2019. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at e-Learning, Keith Smith, said the project implementation agency is currently undertaking the procurement process for the tablets, which will be distributed under the programme. He told JIS News that the […]

e-Learning Jamaica Training Statistics

Tablets in Schools Pilot Project

Basic ICT/Data Ops Level 1

752

Mind-Set ICT Leadership Training

1364

School Administrators (Principal, Vice-Principal and Board Chair) - 114 Trained, Classroom teachers - 1, 250 Trained

Technology Integration

1292