To realise a world where learners, lecturers, administrators, researchers and all stakeholders use Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) to enhance the overall educational experience by improving flexibility and creativity, and by encouraging diverse, innovative and high-quality learning, teaching, research and management practices
To be the leading provider of technology-based resources in order to expand opportunities for life-long learning
The eCampus of Maseno University is one of the latest innovations by Maseno University to facilitate online delivery of high quality certificate, diploma and degree programmes to learners in various parts of the country, the East African region and beyond. Maseno University is indeed in the lead in pioneering the use of modern technologies to not only realise equitable access to higher education through eLearning but also improve the quality of educational experience for our learners. The eCampus is modeled around a web-based Learning Management System (LMS), electronic community and administrative centers for students and faculty. All programmes offered at the eCampus are primarily delivered through the internet, with students taking sit-in on-campus examinations at the end of each Semester.
Teaching and Learning
Besides learning and teaching activities, our eCampus facilitates interaction and collaboration between and among students, academic and administrative staff. The emphasis on eLearning and other blended approaches to learning and teaching allows for individual modules to be given in a variety of ways which may or may not include a face-to-face component.
The programmes offered at the eCampus enable professionals and other out-of-school people to further their education and realise career growth without having to attend physical classes. The modules offered at the eCampus are modular and flexible in nature, allowing students to register and pay for individual modules depending on their budget. These programmes are suitable for people who are in full time employment, have family commitments, live in remote areas, are taking other courses on a full time basis or would like to pay for the number of modules that they can afford each time.
Through the eCampus of Maseno University,learners are able to access high quality learning resources and collaborate with fellow learners on various learning tasks within the comfort of their workplace, homes, cybercafés or even while on business trips.
Dr. Mildred Ayere - Director eCampus
Joyce Otieno, Programmes Coordinator, School of Mathematics, Applied Statistics and Actuarial Sciences
Beatrice Okoth, Learner Support Services
Dr. Philip Adoyo, Programmes Coordinator, School of Business and Economics
Dr. Michael Odeny, Programmes Coordinator, School of Education
Dr. Isabella Lutzili, Programmes Coordinator, School of Planning and Architecture
Dr. Benard Okal, Programmes Coordinator, School of Arts and Social Sciences
Dr. Doreen Othero, Programmes Coordinator, School of Public Health and Community Development
Michael Opiyo, Head of Technical Team
Nelson Etubuli, Database Programmer
Barbara Khavugwi, eLearning Systems Support Specialist
Betty Omondi - Learner Support Assistant
Rosemary Obat, eLibrarian
Peter Kiprotich - Multimedia designer
Sally Achieng - Web Programmer
Brendah Luvaha - Support staff