DIGITAL LEARNING HUBS
DIGITAL LEARNING HUB
Objectives and Commitments
Provide tailored courses to fit community needs
Provide a flexible workspace with access to computers and reliable internet
To support public sector workforce to capitalize on various digital learning
To establish partnership with higher learning institutions to improve learning
opportunities for students learning content.
This project will provide digital content in a conducive workspace with free access to computers and reliable internet connection. Through this, it will (in time) increase availability of in-demand skills for young people entering the Job market
- Fourah Bay College (ACACSC FBC)
- Institute of Public Administration (IPAM)
- Ernest Bai Koroma University (Makeni Campus)
- Eastern Technical University (Kombema Road Kenema)
9:00 am – 5:00 pm Monday to Friday
10:00 am to 2:00 pm Saturday GMT.
- Access to the Hubs is FREE!!
- Each booking lasts 2 hours
- Bookings are reserved for 15 minutes
- Booking can be done online through the booking portal or in person at the Hubs
Partners: DSTI, UNICEF, BBW & UNIVERSITIES (EBK, IPAM, FBC & ETU)
Impact/status to date:
4 (four) DLHs have been launched. Each DLH is equipped with 20 terminals and a projector
Delivered targeted training content that has directly benefited 3,500 end users
Provided a wide range of training to support inclusivity to 3,500 end users
2,000(57%) male and 1,500(43%) females have benefited from the project
With over 200 atendees, the DPG Hackathon was held at different digital learning hubs
Digital Learning Hubs offer a comfortable study environment with computers and reliable internet connections. Those who register with the hub can access the Learning Passport platform, which offers a variety of digital learning resources. Learners can then take advantage of opportunities available to them.
There are four Digital Learning Hubs (DLHs) across the country, Fourah Bay College (ACACSC FBC), Ernest Bai Koroma University in Makeni, and Eastern Technical University in Kenema, Institute of Public Administration and Management, IPAM. The DLH Center supports remote learning in schools and universities while offering skills development opportunities for the current workforce. It’s revolutionizing education and empowering learners of all backgrounds.
The Government of Sierra Leone’s Medium-Term National Development Plan identifies Human Capital Development as a key priority to sustainable economic growth.Education is its flagship program. To support the impactful sustainable implementation of remote learning , DSTI in partnership with UNICEF has developed and launched several digital learning initiatives. Aditionally,citizens will have the opportunity to upscale and aquire the necessary skills for th workforce.An example of such initiative is the sierra leoene Learning Passport, an online,mobile,and offline platform that allows students to access free, flexible, and relevant digital learning materials.
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