Virtual Labs for STEM Promotion


Thursday, 24 October 2019
16:45 – 18:00

Room: Daoukro

Many students in Africa have very limited access to the latest equipment and technologies. During this session, we will explore how interactive virtual tools that provide with many opportunities to practice laboratory techniques and perform authentic workplace tasks online, whilst promoting science education in an attractive and exciting manner.


Irene Maweu Mutunga, Innovafrica, Kenya


John Onyango Agumba, Pwani University, Kenya
Online Real-Time Science Laboratory Workstation for Real-Time Conduction of Experiments by Engineering and Science Students

Isso Bayala, Quincy College, Massachusetts, USA, USA
Highly Interactive e-Learning Environment for Teaching and Learning Latest Technologies in Places with Limited Educational Tools