Last year, Julu Swen, DRI Representative in Africa made the rounds delivering e-readers and holding trainings at several partner schools in the Western part of the continent. Everywhere he traveled he discovered that the students relied on the devices as a valuable resource for their studies. Here’s how the project is working in those schools.
Just months after its official launch, students of the Bishop Wenner School of Theology in Freetown, Sierra Leone became the latest group of African theological students who received E-readers for their studies. the E-Readers are expected to ease the long-standing burden that African students face due to the lack of books.
Hear from three students at the College of Theology & Management, Church Training Centre in Freetown, Sierra Leone about how they are benefiting from the E-Reader Project.