Students from the Methodist University of Kindu trained on the use of the Kindle

1 février 2018 Par Chadrack Londe

At the Methodist University of Kindu, students from the first theology promotion were trained for two days on the use of the Kindle. Opened this Tuesday, January 30th, the workshop was closed this Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at the headquarters of the Methodist University of Kindu. The foundation was facilitated by Pierre Obrien, a United Methodist Communicator of the Central Congo Conference. Reverend Benoît Alex, dean of the Faculty of Theology at the Methodist University of Kindu (Photo Hammanna Londe) Reverend Benoît Alex, dean of the Faculty of Theology, says that this training will enable new students to Theology to be at the forefront of new information and communication technologies. This digital library will also allow them to have access to several electronic works without difficulty. The Kindle is an electronic device with a high energy autonomy in tablet form capable of storing several works. The facilitator of the Assizes, Pierre Obrien, indicated that the notions had turned much more on the operation of this device. "How the Kindle works, go from one page to another, add notes, read books, add new books…" A theological student from the Methodist University (Photo Hammanna Londe) The training has allowed several students to discover important concepts. Demama TUNDA, theology student first graduate, testifies that in the Kindle, she discovered books that allowed her to have more information about the life of John Wesley. She's thinking about discovering more by exploiting the Kindle. Hammanna Londe is the communicator of the Congo's annual conference is