Access to the Internet changes peoples’ lives. The fact that the internet has become an all-encompassing and essential part of global daily life has become self-evident. It has been proven that access to the Internet has a direct and positive impact on individual lives and a region’s economic development in the digital age. And yet, according World Economic Forum White paper titled WEF Internet for All Framework Accelerating Access Adoption still more than 55% of the world’s population still do not use the internet.
In light of Factreton Primary School having been donated a pop-up digital classroom, the Cape Digital Foundation facilitated a partnership between the school and digital publishing solutions provider, Snapplify. Snapplify has equipped Factreton Primary with their ‘Snapplify for Education’ digital platform, making relevant digital content and teacher training available to the school. Snapplify’s digital library holds over 46000 titles – both books and articles for easy borrowing by learners and teachers alike.