A trip to Greenland: Distance Learning and Online Education
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There are limited schooling options and no interconnecting roads between settlements in Greenland. Many students rely on boats, planes or helicopters to access high-schools and universities. 

The power of digital inclusion opens doors to online teaching and distance learning platforms previously unavailable in parts of Greenland.

Anders Ogaard is a teacher at the Institute for Learning in Nuuk. He reveals the impact connectivity is having on his pupils’ lives - near and far, and on the wider opportunities the internet can offer Greenlandic culture.

Join Kristina Smith-Meyer, SES's Senior Creative, in discovering the world of e-education in Greenland. For more about what we do, visit SES.com

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