Updated features in KENET Web Conference Platform v2.3

The KENET web conference platform runs on BigBlueButton open-source software and supports real-time sharing of audio, video, slides (with whiteboard controls), chat, and the screen. The platform is interactive as it allows instructors to engage remotely with students using polls, emojis, multi-user whiteboard, and breako...
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Crucial Principles and Practices for Online and Blended teaching

Both online and blended teaching require creative and flexible thinking about how instructors can support students in achieving essential core course learning objectives. Instructors may choose to engage their students synchronously or asynchronously depending on the course content or material that needs to be taught.
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Why you need to upgrade your Moodle version and how KENET can assist

Moodle is one of the worldwide used open-source learning management platforms and is currently being used by various learning institutions in Kenya. The currently available release for Moodle is 3.11 with Moodle 4 being expected in December 2021. It is important to ensure that you are running the latest...
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KENET- Connected Schools take Part in Virtual Discussions at SA’s Science Week

Three KENET-connected High Schools took part in a climate change discussion during South Africa’s National Science Week (NSW), a country-wide celebration of science involving various stakeholders conducting science-base...

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Tips for Developing an Online Course

For educators, online courses are instrumental in reaching a vast and varied number of students. While aiding to reduce cost significantly, and improve collaboration, online courses meet the ever-rising demand for education. By going the digital way, educators can offer students flexible and simple ways in access...

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Schools Connectivity Initiative paves way for Applied Learning at Alliance Girls

When the Schools Connectivity Initiative (SCI) was launched in 2014, Alliance Girls High School was one of the schools that jumped in on the free mass connectivity bandwagon. Before then, numerous Internet Service Providers (IPS) had presence in the...

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