E-Reader programme started in Durban to boost a culture of reading

2013-11-06 00:00

THE process of learning and teaching will go digital for the youth and community in Durban through the introduction of an e-reader programme, which uses information and communication technology (ICT) to boost a culture of reading.

They will be updated with reading material every six months to ensure that visitors have constant access to new content. Some of the textbooks and novels are aligned with the school curriculum, and are used as a means to assist pupils with how to speak and write.

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