*****DEADLINE EXTENDED TO Tuesday, August 26, 2014 12:00 p.m, Opening of bids same day at 12:10pm*****
The Request for Quotation for the provision and delivery of 100 Metal tablet charging carts/cabinets to 38 Schools Island wide. Carts should have the following specifications;
- Have a minimum capacity of 32 tablets each
- Accommodate tablets of various sizes 7- 10.1ins including the popular brands
- Be compatible with 110volt, 50cycle, 3 pin power supply
- Cart should be mounted on lockable casters (wheels)
- Tablet and accompanying power cord should be easily inserted and removed from the front of the cabinet
- Cart doors secured by a keyed lock
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL BID NO. ELJ2014-PE001 (OLD)
*****DEADLINE EXTENDED TO Monday July 14, 2014 2:00 p.m, Opening follows at 2:15pm*****
SEEKING ANIMATION CONTRACTOR -
As part of its Community Outreach and Public Education programme,e-LJam, implementors of the TABLET IN SCHOOLS PILOT PROJECT, is desirous of utilizing animated Tablets, to support various aspects of the programme.
e-Ljam is now seeking Animator Studios to produce an animated tablet of the Mascots selected from the Mascot Competition.
Tablet in Schools Request for Educational Resources (OLD)
The Request for Proposal for Project Evaluation Consultancy Services (OLD)
*****DEADLINE EXTENDED TO Monday January, 27th 2014 12:00 noon, Opening at 12:10!!*****
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL BID NO. ELJ2013-CS002 (OLD)
e-Learning Jamaica Company Ltd (eLJam) is an agency of the Ministry of Science, Technology, Energy and Mining (MSTEM), established to implement e-Learning Projects that will contribute to the improvement in the education levels of Jamaicans citizenry and spur the demand for Internet Access. The initial project has been implemented in Jamaica’s High Schools, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education (MOE) and utilizes Information and Communication Technologies to assist in the enhancement of teaching and learning in the schools, with the ultimate aim to improve the level of passes at the CXC CSEC examinations. The e-Learning High School Project is funded by the Universal Service Fund (USF), who is also responsible for providing broad-band access to the schools. The full implementation of the project is expected by March 2014.
Further details on the e-Learning High School project may be seen at the website: www.elearnja.org
e-LJam is of the view that the project institutions have been the recipient of sufficient resources and implementation support for a long enough period for the technology to have been fully integrated (at least two (2) years), and the teachers should be operating with mastery.
e-LJam is therefore seeking the services of a qualified Consultant to conduct a comprehensive project implementation evaluation and impact assessment – see below.