30th Oct 2015
Teaching staff at Charlie Smith High School in Kingston familarise themselves in the use of tablet devices during a training session at the school last July 2015.  Students and teachers at the school located in Kingston are expected to receive tablets under the Tablets in Schools (TIS) Pilot Project soon.

E-Learning Today: Issue #6 Gallery

E-Learning Today: Issue #6 Gallery

07th Aug 2015
E-Learning Today: Issue #5 Gallery

E-Learning Today: Issue #5 Gallery

Hugh Cross, Chief Executive Officer of the Universal Service Fund makes a presentation at a workshop with principals, Technology Management Teams and e-LJam personnel to review TIS Project and prepare...

05th May 2015
Camille Budd-Hare, of the Special Education Unit of the Ministry of Education works along with e-LJam team members Erica Sadler of the Content Management Unit and Todd-Nicholas Quallo providing exam technical support, in preparing examination papers for blind and visually impaired students at the offices of the Special Education Unit in Kingston recently. e-LJam administers examinations to grade seven and grade nine students in all public high schools in Jamaica, including blind students whose papers are prepared and printed in Braille at the Special Education Unit.

E-Learning Today Issue 4 Gallery


17th Mar 2015
Grade Six students of Chetolah Park Primary School, supervised by their teacher Martesha Laidley doing their lessons on their tablets.

E-Learning Today Issue #3 Gallery

13th Feb 2015
Students of Chetolah Park Primary and Infant School in Kingston take keen interest in a tablet on the day of distribution.

E-Learning Today Issue 2 Gallery


09th Jan 2014
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180 high schools to receive Interactive Whiteboards from e-LJam

The Smart Boards combine the simplicity of the whiteboard with the power of a computer. They will afford teachers an opportunity to merge teaching methods in the development of curricula...