Viva, iMachines to boost eLearning at school
Manama, February 16, 2012
Viva, a leading telecom firm in Bahrain, and top IT retailer iMachines will provide the British School of Bahrain with latest iPads in support of advanced digital learning.
An agreement was signed yesterday (February 15) at the school campus in Hamala.
Viva wholesale enterprise chief Nezar Banabeela said it would also enhance students' eLearning experience, the first such initiative in the country.
"This agreement is a first step to take education in Bahrain to the digitisation age," he said.
Teachers and students will benefit from the customised eLearning tools available on iPads supported by secure end-to-end network connectivity and cloud computing services, he added.
School head Karen Moffat said the new method would better prepare students for future challenges.
"We are excited that through this partnership we will be able to offer our students latest in digital technology for education," she said.
iMachines managing director Sofyan Almoayyed said Viva and the school were leaders in their fields.
"We believe that the future of education lies in digital content and its delivery network. We hope to take part in this digital revolution," he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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