The project is a joint collaboration between UNDP
and Coca-Cola Malaysia. It is an endeavour to support
the Malaysian Government in its effort to expand and
strengthen the K-Society and the K-Economy and to
revamp the educational system to respond to the knowledge-driven
demands of the new economy. The Project envisages
the facility set up at selected schools will serve
as a school/community "ICT hub" providing
access to ICT training to other schools as well as
communities in the vicinity.
The Objective of the project is to create an ICT community
centers in six schools. Therefore in respect, the
project is similar to the Malaysian Government's computer
lab for smart schools. However, the project (E-Learning)
differs from the government's project in one main
aspect - i.e. these centers will also function as
the ICT centers for the community, thereby serving
students, teachers and members of the community.
i. Students and teachers within selected schools
ii. Parents of students and general citizens within
iii. Various community associations including PTA
iv. Student and teachers from nearby schools with
limited access or no ICT facilities.
For the location of the six selected schools for the