E learning package unveiled

Naubach Investments has launched Zimbabwe’s first e- learning package. It contains past examination papers from 1972 to 2011, e-text books, typing and computer courses, learning aids, career guidance, lists of schools and universities and three virtual chemistry labs in a single DVD.

Technical executive, Engineer Norman Shonhiwa, said the package was aimed at making learning easier for children even outside the normal school environment.

“We thought of localising education software by putting together education material which includes local languages so that our children are conversant in them,” he said.

The rise in computer literacy was a major factor in coming up with the package. “The three materials are a complete package from grade zero to “A” level.

They also prepare school leavers and graduates for the marketplace, because there is mixture of theory and practical with tuition in that include typing and navigating. The digitalised textbooks cut down the expense of textbooks. “We are in consultation with financial institutions who want to introduce computers, especially to rural schools. We will provide the software,” he said.

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  • Stephen EK

    This is good news for Zim. The rest of the world are starting to use e-learning so Zim will need to ensure its students get the proper education.

  • rudo.mutyasira@wfp.org

    where are you located in Harare and how much are e-learning disks for primary schools.?