In the fast-paced, worldwide, competitive workplace we now live in, our traditional school models are not capable of meeting the needs of the 21st century student. All students need to develop advanced critical thinking and information literacy skills and master new digital tools. At the same time, they need to develop the initiative to become self-directed learners while adapting to the ever-changing digital information landscape.
Digital technologies create new opportunities for accelerating, expanding, and individualizing learning. At KeMU’s Digital campus, we are already actively engaged in building the schools and campuses of the future, including quality online communities. Increasingly, we have invested in our faculty, and staff capacity towards a synergistic team capable of orchestrating a seamless delivery of content using multiple instructional methods and technologies both within and beyond the traditional instructional day.
Teaching and learning can now occur beyond the limitations of time and space.
~Deputy Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs – Kenya Methodist University