Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology in collaboration with Kyoiku Joho Service (KJS) Company of Japan, conducted a training for staff involved in the teaching common units online.
The event was graced by Director ICT Dr. Mwirigi Kiula who appreciated the effort of the Japanese company (KJS) for taking part in improving training through online platform.
“We feel honored and will be monitoring technology keenly to understand it and develop way of integrating it to the existing online training for the common units such as Communication Skills, Development Studies and HIV/Aids” said Dr. Kiula.
Training was aimed at equipping JKUAT staff with requisite skill on content creation, sharing and management. Aspects covered included how instructors can produce and share audiovisual content inputting other effects that intrigue the learners complete the given task. KJS Company President & CEO, Tsugunobu Ogino explained and demonstrated how to utilize ThinkBoard technology and make learning more interactive.
More trainings will be conducted for the instructors to enable them develop content for Communication Skills, Development Studies and HIV/Aids and also the regarding monitoring the of students interaction with the tool.