- July 8, 2018
-- eSchools Africa LLC partners with TeacherFair to deploy a robust e-learning portal and e-administration web application for schools In Africa.
eSchools Africa has partnered with a UK based software development company TeacherFair, to deploy a robust e-learning portal and e-administration portal solutions for schools in Africa. The web based application from TeacherFair is made available to all eSchools Africa project schools. The e-learning portal and e-administration portal has the capabilities to deploy online testing popularly know as computer based testing. To test any topic across all subjects in any project school. It also has the capabilities for online video tutorials, where deployed students can get a class room experience in an online setting.
The application also has the capabilities of making available all educational e-resources including textbooks, timetables and periodicals in an online and offline modes and is available in the desktop and mobile formats. It is also available to teachers and parents through the teacher and parents portal where parents can view progress reports and teachers can input a progress reports of students, which can be viewed online and is also available for download. It also has the capabilities of online document management and HR resources management as well as Financials and online subject chat rooms. Fully customizable to fit any schools requirements. This app promises to change the way learning is delivered across sub Saharan African schools.
It is available for use by both public and private schools in any country in Africa, and is available in the following languages, English, French, Portuguese, Arabic and Swahili. Speaking on the partnership, Mr Mukundan Paravasthu, the COO of eSchools Africa, described that such Strategic and long term investments are the future of taking us closer to the right audience in Africa. Mr Rohan Mane, the CEO of Techfair, described the partnership as a strategic partnership to deploy the very best in class of services for digitized education in African schools.http://www.eschoolsafrica.org