The step taken by the University of Zimbabwe, in partnership with local mobile network providers is commendable for promoting an online learning environment. If you are a student at U.Z., find out why.
The editorial in one of the nation's dailies makes for an interesting reading as it touches on the need to harness radio and television to the delivery of education as complement to online programmes.
Over the past few months, no skill had been in sore demand as the one to carry out E-learning. This supposedly involves using electronic platforms to deliver education, and to get it on the part of the student.
The global outbreak of the Covid-19 had disrupted a number of programmes—from businesses to education. However, one thing it did not disrupt is the need for one to think about his or her future, particularly in the post-Corvid19 era.
This post is going to look at one fundamental aspect of education, which I suspect affects the future of education, that of online education. Much had been written across the web on this subject, however, I will be sticking to the main theme of this site, that of accessible education for those who are blind or visually impaired.