MTN introduces video conferencing to SHS
The service was to enable schools to communicate via video conferencing to interact with each other and share ideas on a range of teaching and learning activities.
The company uses the 21-day Yello Care to engage in activities aim at creating a good teaching and learning environment for students and teachers and support the adoption of information communication technology.
Mrs Cynthia Lumor, Corporate Services Executive at MTN, said e-learning through technology had become accessible with the advent of MTN’s Cloud services.
She said this was another way the company was achieving its vision of delivering a bold new digital world to their stakeholders, including SHS teachers and their students.
“As part of this year’s Yello Care Challenges, MTN is using Video conferencing through our Cloud service to make teaching and learning more functional and effective,” she added.
Mrs Lumor said the company took educational development of the youth seriously, saying “we have taken the initiative to establish Information Communication centres of learning in all the 10 regions Ghana.
She expressed thanks to management of Osu and La Presbyterian Senior High Schools for embracing the initiative and hope other educational institutions would come on board to enjoy the cutting edge technology.
Mrs Margaret Henrietta Osei, Acting Headmistress in charge of Academics expressed gratitude to MTN for introducing the initiative in the school.
She expressed the hope that students and teachers would take advantage of the service to improve on their teaching and learning.