Dr. Alice Nambiro (PhD)
MESSAGE FROM DIRECTOR
Technology empowers students by giving them ownership of how they learn, making education relevant to their digital lives and preparing them for their future. With technology and access to resources beyond classroom walls, students are inspired to become problem solvers, critical thinkers, collaborators and creators. Where technology has been successfully integrated into lecture rooms, students develop a lifelong love for learning.
ICT in Kibabii University has helped students and lecturers with access to real time longitudinal information. It has helped educators create blended learning environments and leverage digital tools for formative and summative assessments, bringing new models for learning and teaching to the lecture room.
Blended mode of learning in Kibabii University is supported by Moodle. Learning Management System allow students to collect data, assess students’ learning and performance, personalized training and provides an opportunity for students to connect with colleagues and share their experiences.
As electronic learning continues to gain ground in the University, teaching and learning will be affordable, convenient and all the learning material stored centrally. With this shift away from the lecture rooms and with the Covid-19 pandemic infections on the rise in Kenya, electronic learning in Kibabii University remains the only solution.