eLearning & Distance learning businesses in Zambia

Educating students from home over the internet. Learning materials are online.
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Astria Learning Zambia
Online learning management system
Lusaka
Astria learning provides a cloud based Learning Management System (LMS) that is designed to help manage all learning activities systematically and develop the learning of your students and faculty. The Astria LMS encourages communication and can be accessed through a laptop, tablet or mobile phone.
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University of Zambia Ecampus
eLearning & Distance learning
Lusaka
The University of Zambia offers online degree programs through its online platform powered by Astria Learning. Students can study wherever it is convenient for them, and learn at their own pace. Astria Learning offers two online learning options - a 100% online program and a blended learning program.
Eden University
eLearning & Distance learning
Lusaka
Are you in employment or just unable to enroll on a full-time basis? Eden University gives you an opportunity to advance your career by providing distance learning. You will be able to combine your studies with work or other commitments as well as benefit from instructor delivered course reviews that are offered at residential school.
Unicaf University Zambia
eLearning & Distance learning
Lusaka
Online learning has revolutionised higher education. As an online student at Unicaf University, you are able to learn at your own weekly schedule, study wherever it is most convenient, and keep your job, or continue to care for your family.
Rusangu University
eLearning & Distance learning
Monze +2
With a highly trained faculty, Rusangu University offers distance education programmes in all its schools that include business, health science, theology and education. All programmes are internationally recognised and are aimed at training world-class leaders to develop a generation of innovative thinkers.
Zambia Catholic University
Distance learning
Kalulushi
Ideal for those looking to kick-start or advance their careers, Zambia Catholic University provides distance learning programmes. The university is committed to giving students the opportunity of completing courses in their own time and in the comfort of their home or as part of a work-based training programme.
iSchool
eLearning
Lusaka
Focused on resolving challenges faced by Africa and Zambia in educating its rapidly growing population, iSchool manufactures two versions of educational tablets called Mwabu. The tablets include interactive lessons for students, lesson plans and professional development for teachers.
University of Lusaka (UNILUS)
eLearning & Distance learning
Lusaka
University of Lusaka (UNILUS) provides distance learning courses covering many disciplines taught at undergraduate and postgraduate level. The distance learning programs allows you to study at your own specified time and at your own pace. UNILUS also provides you access to a wide range of learning materials.
University of Africa Zambia
eLearning & Distance learning
Lusaka
The University of Africa offers a variety of distance education programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate level through its Electronic Resource Centre or eLibrary. Their programmes possess international recognition and are aimed at training world-class leaders to develop a generation of innovative thinkers.
Texila American University Zambia
eLearning & Distance learning
Lusaka
Texila American University offers a variety of academic programs in Bachelors, Masters or Doctoral levels in distance and blended learning mode. The distance and blended learning programs are designed to give the cutting-edge competencies needed to excel in today's demanding global marketplace.

eLearning & Distance learning

Educating students from home over the internet. Learning materials are online.

eLearning and Distance learning offers a way to boost your career with additional qualifications whilst continuing in your normal lifestyle. Distance learning is provided by many higher-level institutions in Zambia. eLearning covers all forms of education that use electronic media and ICT. Whilst the eLearning concept may be new in Zambia, there are many eLearning channels available via the internet. Even for postgraduate qualifications, you may be able to find an institution that offers 100% online masters through to doctoral degrees in many areas. eLearning is relatively undeveloped in Zambia but has huge potential for all levels of education – from school to college and beyond.

Differences between eLearning and Distance learning

The advancement of technology and the varied educational institutions, each providing a number of courses or degrees, has led to a confusing variety of terms in the field of eLearning and Distance learning. If you are considering pursuing an online course or a distance learning degree, you will first need to understand what each type of learning offers. That way, you can make an informed decision and avoid any mix-up.

eLearning

This is learning using electronic technologies to access educational curricula outside of a traditional classroom. The courses are specifically delivered via the internet to somewhere other than the classroom where the lecturer is teaching. eLearning is sometimes interactive in that students can also communicate with their lecturers, professors or other students in their class. Sometimes it is delivered live, where students can electronically raise their hand and interact in real-time and sometimes it is a lecture that has been pre-recorded.

Distance learning

This is a way of learning remotely without being in regular face-to-face contact with a teacher in the classroom. In Zambia, such learning has its roots in students learning through correspondence courses. Materials are produced by an institution and are either sent directly to the student or more usually today accessed via email. There may be occasional face-to-face encounters with tutors.

There has been an increasing number of colleges and universities offering eLearning and Distance learning opportunities in the country. Both students and institutions have embraced this programme with good reason. Institutions benefit by adding students without having to build lecture theatres and housing, and students get the advantages of being able to work where and when they choose.