The Hub will replace the college's Knapper Building and house classrooms for science, IT, digital, business and sports, as well as student support services such as admissions, learning support, careers and counselling.
"...technology has made it possible for students who fall off the traditional path to jump back on and finish what they spent most of their childhood working towards. This may be in the form of taking remote classes from home, remedial classes in on-campus computer labs or even by enrolling in full-time online schools, public or private. The technology available for these options benefits students who face difficulties with a normal school schedule including teenage parents, students with short-term or long-term illnesses, teens with substance abuse struggles, or those who had poor academic performance due to learning disabilities or bullying."
Irish Examiner Welcome to the blackboard jungle Irish Examiner Quinn correctly recognised the “transformative potential of information technology” and sought to try and utilise leading IT companies based in Ireland in this regard.
Kenyatta launches virtual learning 'Anywhere School' University World News Vice-chancellor Professor Olive Mugenda said at the launch that the university's Digital School of Virtual and Open Learning, or DSVOL, “demonstrates our understanding of...