Computers excite Ugandan students about classroom lessons

08/19/2009 | Daily Monitor (Uganda)

Donated computers are exciting Ugandan students who are using the laptops in the classroom to learn, share, work together and become more engaged in lessons. "The laptop has subjects like mathematics, English, geography and others, so all the student has to do is log in and navigate to his/her choice of subject," said Medy Kamoga, a primary-school volunteer.

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