Empowering Cape Town's Youth Through Digital Learning: The Ozow and TechWays E-Learning Partnership
E4 and TechWays have united forces to empower 1000 Grade 8-9 learners across six schools in the Gauteng province
It's amazing how quickly ChatGPT has become mainstream. We wanted to see what funny requests people have made of ChatGPT recently.
This blog is a beginner's guide to using a computer. It provides step-by-step instructions on how to navigate the desktop, use the mouse and keyboard, browse the internet, save and open files, and shut down the computer.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly changing the job market and shaping the future of work.
So to stay ahead of AI, what skills should we focus on?
We have over 20 new school partners starting with us, taking our stats to 2000+ learners, 3900+ coding assignments, 100+ websites created by our learners and 22+ courses. We've been busy!
Make the most of your online courses by utilizing the power of note-taking with our platform, where you can easily access, share, and collaborate on notes from the comfort of your device.
Hey there, parents – don’t beat yourself up, we are all relying more on screens right now!
Here are some thoughts on the what, when, how, who, to help you do that…
Combining health and data science to move from the current state of diagnosing our bodies when we are already sick to preventing future sickness.
It’s too late to wait until after graduation to start gaining hands-on experience. Too many junior candidates are book smart...
How much do you know about setting up devices to protect and monitor your kids? Parental controls are essentially tools that allow parents to set restrictions on their children’s internet use...
Hear more about these and other cutting edge software trends and how they affect the future skills needs
Is it possible to reimagine a world in which every school-going child in South Africa has access to the internet? Of course it is – and with almost immediate effect, if we unlearn our assumptions and act quickly to empower our children
The #WOW Awards showcase the websites, online games or coding algorithm projects that high school learners studying TechWays courses have built.