Appu Kuttan wins global digital literacy champion award

An Indian American pioneer in digital education, Appu Kuttan, has won the prestigious 2006 Champions of Digital Literacy Inspiration Award for making the most contributions globally to bridging the digital divide over the years.

Kuttan, chairman and founder of CyberLearning, the global non-profit leader in digital education, was presented the award by David Saedi, president and CEO of Certiport, at a ceremony at Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

CyberLearning has trained over a million disadvantaged students and adults in digital literacy and IT skills. Its programmes have been implemented in the US, India, Jordan, Egypt and Mauritius among others.

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Hiren said...

Very interesting and well deserved. However, the real meaning of the word education is to take out what is already in and that cannot be done by cyber learning- Make your passion your profession