ICT Trends: What will 2018 hold for global brands and government agencies?

ICT Trends: What will 2018 hold for global brands and government agencies?

 The relentless pace of technology change is impacting consumer expectations at a faster rate than ever, making any prediction challenging. However, it’s possible to outline several broad trends that we can be fairly confident will emerge or accelerate in the coming year. Software defined everything (SDE), the Internet of Things (IoT), and artificial intelligence (AI) […]

Subsidiary ICT Syllabus Summary and PDF

Subsidiary ICT Syllabus Summary and PDF

The Subsidiary ICT Teaching Syllabus is meant to guide teachers handling Subsidiary ICT at A level. It is designed to achieve the aims of teaching Subsidiary ICT, standardise the teaching of the subject, guide the teachers of Subsidiary ICT and produce students with more skills in ICT who can effectively compete on the global market. […]

ICT in SMEs (S6 term 3 Sub ICT Topic)

ICT in SMEs (S6 term 3 Sub ICT Topic)

Below is a compilation of notes I made recently for this topic which is part of the NCDC Sub ICT syllabus. Members may read through and give some input on how they have been teaching the topic over the years.   Introduction: What are SMEs and how is ICT relevant to SMEs? Small and medium […]

Importance of Computer Aided Learning and Computer Studies In Schools

Importance of Computer Aided Learning and Computer Studies In Schools

Uganda has fully embraced Computer Studies at O’ Level and Subsidiary ICT at A’ level as part of the Secondary Schools curriculum.  Computer studies in schools are important to a well-rounded education in this 21st century. Students are instructed on the basics of computer use. With Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) and Computer Aided Learning (CAL), […]

Ten Challenges Facing Implementation of ICT Education in Ugandan Schools

Ten Challenges Facing Implementation of ICT Education in Ugandan Schools

While ICT continues to advance in Uganda where it has penetrated many sectors including banking, and communications, the Ugandan educational system still to lags behind. Recently, The National Curriculum Development Centre (NCDC) introduced Subsidiary ICT at A’Level and Computer use in Uganda classrooms is still in its early phases. I have taught computer studies at […]