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E-learning in secondary Schools in Kenya: A Case of the NEPAD E-schools

Show simple item record Mildred A Ayere, FY Odera, John Odwar Agak 2020-08-27T09:41:10Z 2020-08-27T09:41:10Z 2010-05-31
dc.description.abstract The New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) schools were set up as centres of excellence in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) integration, so that other schools could copy their model in e-learning. It was for this reason that they were provided with computers, e-materials, internet appliances and trained personnel. But to gauge their levels of success as e-learning centres there was need to compare them to other schools offering ICT education in Kenya. It was for this reason that this study compared the application of the e-learning in NEPAD and non-NEPAD schools in Kenya. Specifically, the study: Identified significant differences in levels of integration of ICT in curriculum subjects; surveyed the differences in use of e-materials in education research; examined availability of e-libraries; identified significant differences in academic performance of NEPAD and non-NEPAD schools … en_US
dc.publisher IAcademic Journals en_US
dc.subject E-Learning, ICT integration, ICT education, new partnership for Africa’s development (NEPAD) en_US
dc.title E-learning in secondary Schools in Kenya: A Case of the NEPAD E-schools en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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