Chief Executive Officer of e-Learning Jamaica, Keith Smith, says Cabinet has approved the procurement of 40,000 tablet computers for students and 25,000 devices for teachers, under the Tablets in Schools Project. “We are now finalising contracts with the vendors,” he told JIS News in a recent interview. A new phase of the project, which […]
A competition to create a mascot design for the e-Learning Tablets in Schools (TIS) Pilot Project concluded in May this year with 57 entries received from students in 30 educational institutions. Akeem Bignott of the Caribbean Maritime Institute produced the winning design, with second and third places going to Shena McLean of Northern Caribbean University and Mekeda Duffus of Immaculate Conception High School respectively.
Your child’s Tablet is their gateway to learning and imagination! You and their teachers will find many fun and interesting ways to help them use their Tablets to become more innovative and creative.
Your Tablet is delicate and valuable, and is therefore in danger of being stolen, lost or damaged. Take care of your Tablet like it was your new Smartphone.