Majority of universities not fit to offer virtual learning 

Virtual learning

Technology has enabled one crucial ingredient for knowledge creation: Connectivism, which enables learners to use virtual connectivity in engaging in collaborative activities.

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What you need to know:

  • Universities are a required to have reliable internet connection on campus and functional Learning Management System hosted in a secure data centre.
  • Only a few universities, mostly private ones such as KCA, Daystar, Strathmore, Zetech, USIU-Africa, Africa and Nazarene University have continued to offer their lessons online.

A majority of universities have not complied with accreditation requirements for their virtual learning programmes despite a mandatory stipulation that they acquire new accreditation before offering the courses through blended learning or via e-learning.

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