Islamabad aims to become the gold standard for digitally-enabled public schools after signing an MOU with Google and Tech Valley. It is part of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s vision for a digitally transformed Pakistan, called “Digital Pakistan.” Moreover, Tech Valley is going to implement Google Work Space based on cloud computing infrastructure in 200 schools across Islamabad Capital Territory.
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Additionally, Google will provide these schools with distance learning tools and Chromebooks. Furthermore, the second phase will consist of virtual training sessions. In this phase they will provide the knowledge and skills to teachers, needed to make effective use of these tools.
Source: The Nation