CcHub’s re:learn center is hosting another edition of its monthly meetup with the theme Digital Literacy: The Effects on ICT Use in the Classroom . The event will take place on Thursday, November 24 from 6pm to 8:30pm at re:learn’s space on the first floor of the TY Danjuma Foundation Building, Abuja.

Last month’s edition of the meetup explored the different ways technology is disrupting education in Africa and this month, they will be talking with teachers and school owners to find out how digital literacy affects the use of ICT in the classroom.

Teachers, school owners, individuals and organisations doing interesting things in the Edtech space are invited to join the re:learn community. The re:learn meetups are free to attend and bring together a community of education and technology professionals, volunteers, school administrators and other stakeholders committed to improving access and quality of education in Nigeria.

Every meetup usually has products demos and software showcases and this month’s edition will not be different. Interested? You can register here.

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