e-Learning Jamaica Company Limited (e-Learning Jamaica) has completed the main distribution of tablets and accessories to approximately 21,000 eligible teachers islandwide under the Tablets for Teachers Programme.
HOPE Valley Experimental School on Tuesday received 34 tablet computers under the Government’s ‘Tablets for Teachers’ programme, which aims at distributing 25,000 tablets to teachers islandwide before next month. Science, Energy and Technology Minister Fayval Williams said the distribution of tablets at Hope Valley is important, as the school caters to the needs of disabled […]
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of e-Learning Jamaica Limited, Keith Smith, says that the company has reached an agreement with the postal service (Jamaica Post) for the distribution of some 25,000 tablet computers to the nation’s teachers. “In partnership with the postal service (Jamaica Post), we will do central distribution to the principals of the schools, […]
TWENTY-FIVE thousand public school teachers will, within the next two months, benefit from the roll-out of the Tablets for Teachers Programme. The tablet computers will be for personal use as well as to assist the educators in delivering content and lessons in a virtual environment, especially since the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has […]
Minister of Science, Energy and Technology Hon. Fayval Williams is applauding the latest move to advance ICT in schools with the signing of contracts to provide 65,000 tablets to teachers and students. Four contracts, valued at approximately US$11.1 million were signed with three local vendors to supply 25,000 tablets for teachers and 40,000 shared tablets […]