Our First Coding Summer Camp has ended (Aug 2019, Age 13 – 18)

Wards on the 1st day of camp at Uwani Hub

This Camp has ended. You can read their stories here and look at photos taken throughout the camp at the bottom of the page. We ran an exciting and innovative programme this last summer from August from 14th – 25th 2019! There were two options for the wards, either the day camp or in-house residential… Continue reading Our First Coding Summer Camp has ended (Aug 2019, Age 13 – 18)

How The Internet Works!

How the internet works - a one month digital skills workshop at Uwani Hub in Ijebu-Imusin

Registration for classes to begin January 2020 will be announced soon. Each workshop runs for a total of 8 hours in a one week duration. Weekday classes run every Monday to Thursday from 3.00pm – 5.00pm for one full week duration! Weekend classes run on Sundays only from 3.30 – 5.30 pm for a one… Continue reading How The Internet Works!

Smartphone Photography Masterclass

Mobile Photography Masterclass at Uwani Hub on June 9th 2019

Location: Uwani Hub Time: 01.00 – 02.00 pm Date: June 9th 2019 Come and learn how to take great photos using your smartphone. We will be hosting a Mobile Photography Masterclass in partnership with our friends from Lagos. We share practical tips on how to take great photos using only your smartphone and or DSLR… Continue reading Smartphone Photography Masterclass

How Do You Tech Weekend Girls Club

Target Audience: Stay at home moms, teachers and girls in or out of high school/college curious to learn how to equip self with digital skills. Duration: Saturdays only. 11.30am – 2.00pm. Four weeks (10 hours total) Workshop Outline: understand the importance of communicating securely set up an email account communicate with others digitally using email… Continue reading How Do You Tech Weekend Girls Club

Why you cant be a digital illiterate

Technology in the classroom is NOT the end goal. Enabling learning everywhere is the goal. -Andrew Barras

We already talked about what it means to be digitally skilled. So how do you know if you are digitally skilled already? It’s simple. If you possess ‘the ability to find, evaluate, utilise, share, and create content using information technologies and the Internet, you are halfway there. Why halfway there though and not a 100%?… Continue reading Why you cant be a digital illiterate