Featured By Sheilah Birgen / December 8, 2013
One of the common mistake that entrepreneurs and developers make is assuming what the end user wants. Most of the times what you think the end user needs might not be what they really want. Most developers and entrepreneurs in the edTech ecosystem assume that educational games are mostly what
iHub By Josiah Mugambi / November 30, 2013
Airtel Money will on Wednesday 2nd December hold a session for developers, startups, businesses who are interested in learning more about leveraging Airtel Africa’s network to integrate, validate, market and sell innovative solutions to over 60 million customers in Africa. This is quite useful for anyone who has a solution
m:lab By Sheilah Birgen / November 26, 2013
We need to make learning interesting, interactive and relevant if we want the learners to participate and learn. How then can we use technology to make learning more interesting and interactive for the learners? The m:lab will for the first time host Wireless Wednesday on edTech for students. The meetup
m:lab By Sheilah Birgen / November 8, 2013
Last month, m:lab East Africa conducted a four-week training on windows phone application development, sponsored by Microsoft’s 4Afrika initiative. Following the success of the training, the mlab will conduct another similar training on Windows Phone 8 development from the 19th November – 12th December 2013 at the m:lab East Africa.
Featured By Sheilah Birgen / November 8, 2013
Education is not just the responsibility of school leaders and teachers. Education involves different stakeholders who play a role directly or indirectly.Some of the key stakeholders in the edTech ecosystem are; Learners (kids and grownups), teachers, publishers, tech entrepreneurs and developers, Government and its parastatals including Kenya Institute of Curriculum
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