VIRTUAL REALITY

[PHOTOS] UoN students experience virtual reality learning

The experience was part of their Power Learn project which was launched April 28.

In Summary

• In virtual learning, students access resources and interact in ways they would not or could not in the physical classroom. 

• The students at the university got the opportunity to interact with the technology at the University's Chandaria Hall as part of their Power Learn project which was launched April 28. 

A student at the University of Nairobi experiences virtual learning, May 7, 2022.
A student at the University of Nairobi experiences virtual learning, May 7, 2022.
Image: DOUGLAS OKIDDY

Students at the University of Nairobi had a rare opportunity of experiencing first hand virtual reality as part of their learning for a class project.

In virtual learning, students access resources and interact in ways they would not or could not in the physical classroom. 

PLP board chair John Kamara, Ministry of ICT CAS Nadia Abdallah with PLP chief growth and operations officer Mumbi Ndung'u (extreme right) after signing an MOU to partner to offer software training to the organization.
PLP board chair John Kamara, Ministry of ICT CAS Nadia Abdallah with PLP chief growth and operations officer Mumbi Ndung'u (extreme right) after signing an MOU to partner to offer software training to the organization.
Image: DOUGLAS OKIDDY

The students at the university got the opportunity to interact with the technology at the University's Chandaria Hall as part of their Power Learn project which was launched April 28. 

In the new global economy, where technology is front and center, obtaining a future-ready skill set is a necessity for both personal and professional growth and opportunities.

Students from the University of Nairobi had an opportunity to experience virtual reality as part of the learning during the Power Learn project launch that took place on April 28,2022 at the University's Chandaria Hall.
Students from the University of Nairobi had an opportunity to experience virtual reality as part of the learning during the Power Learn project launch that took place on April 28,2022 at the University's Chandaria Hall.
Image: DOUGLAS OKIDDY

Power Learn Project, a Pan African impact organization announced the launch of its flagship program One Million Developers for Africa” Scholarship Program.

The #1MillionDevs4Africa aims to train one million young people and empower them with tech.

The event took place at Manu Chandaria theater at the University of Nairobi.

PLP board chair John Kamara, Digital Opportunity Trust CEO Esther Wanjiru and PLP chief growth and operations officer Mumbi Ndung'u after signing an MOU to partner to offer software training to the organization.
PLP board chair John Kamara, Digital Opportunity Trust CEO Esther Wanjiru and PLP chief growth and operations officer Mumbi Ndung'u after signing an MOU to partner to offer software training to the organization.
Image: DOUGLAS OKIDDY
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