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Samsung delivers digital primary school content

By Standard Correspondent | December 7th 2016
By Standard Correspondent | December 7th 2016

Samsung Electronics East Africa has partnered with Virtual Essence, an e-learning solutions provider, to deliver digital content.

As part of the deal, Samsung will bundle the Msingi pack e-learning software for lower and upper primary classes with the Galaxy Tab A 7” tablet for the benefit of teachers, parents and learners who want to interact with up-to-date educative content and school revision material.

The Msingi pack application has e-learning content in the common subject areas of Maths, English, Swahili, Science and Social studies. It also includes digitised revision past papers.

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