• Commonwealth of Learning

    The Commonwealth of Learning (www.col.org ) has engaged Futuristic on a number of occasions to facilitate/ work on projects related to eLearning Capacity Building and Content Development. Most notable is the Open Schools Project (Involving 5 countries), Open Educational Resources for English Language Teachers (ORELT) and TVET Multimedia Content Development for TVET Courses.

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  • Kenyatta Univerity

    Through various development partners partnerships, Futuristic has been engaged to build capacity on select staff members at the Kenyatta University on eLearning, Learning Management Systems, Animations and Simulations and Web 2.0 for research and development.

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  • Egerton University

    Egerton University engaged Futuristic to build capacity on 100 lecturers to develop digital teaching and learning materials. This required conducting a train to equip participants with the relevant skills to perform instructional design and use appropriate templates to immediately begin Digital Content development for the University eLearning program. It also required Futuristic to provide all the skills required to develop pedagocially correct learning materials, develop those learning materials using appropriate software (preferably Open Source Software e.g eXe) and deliver the learning materials through an appropriate Learning Management System (LMS -Moodle) or any Content Publishing system

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  • RUFORUM

    The Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Building in Agriculture (RUFORUM)is a consortium of 29 universities in Eastern, Central and Southern Africa. RUFORUM has engaged Futuristic Ltd on various ocassions to build capacity to its member Universities on a number of issues related to eLearning and content development.

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  • University of Jos - Nigeria

    University of Jos - Nigeria has engaged Futuristic on a number of occasions to facilitate/ work on projects related to eLearning Capacity Building and Content Development.

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  • Kenya Coast Polythechnic

    Kenya Coast Polythechnic (M.T.T.I) engaged Futuristic to build capacity of their lecturers to develop digital teaching and learning materials. This required conducting a training to equip participants with the relevant skills to perform instructional design and use appropriate templates to immediately begin Digital Content development for the College eLearning program. It also required Futuristic to provide all the skills required to develop pedagocially correct learning materials, develop those learning materials using appropriate software (preferably Open Source Software e.g eXe) and deliver the learning materials through an appropriate Learning Management System (LMS -Moodle) or any Content Publishing system

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