Sharebility Uganda

About Sharebility Uganda

Sharebility Uganda is a centralized platform for educationists to publish, share and market their digital teaching and learning content. Sharebility Uganda is Crowdsourcing Digital Educational Resources to aid the new trend of ICT Integration, digital pedagogy, Homeschooling and eLearning in schools.

Which Problem is Sharebility Solving?

There is inadequate local content for digital teaching and learning, which is on high demand as school teachers and learners embrace the ICT Integration eLearning and Homeschooling trend and respond to the 21st Century educational needs of the digital natives.

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How Sharebility is Solving the Problem

Crowdsourcing digital content

We are building teacher networks and promoting the spirit of sharing educational resources in schools. This helps because the time and cost that would have been incurred by an institution, to solely create all curriculum content, is shareable through collaboration.

Reviewed and Rated for Quality

We have included features on the Sharebility Uganda platform to enable the community of users to submit reviews and ratings on each of the resources in the repository, and also leave comments regarding their appropriateness and quality.

Appropriately Categorised

We organize all content ( ie Class Presentations, Notes, eBooks, Tests and Quizzes, Homeschooling Packages, Exam Past Papers with Answers, Video Lessons, Tutorials, Schemes, etc ) arranged basing on all levels (Nursery, Primary, Secondary, Tertiary and others), classes and subjects in the Curriculum

Meet Our Team

We have established, countrywide network of educationists who Create, Upload, Recommend and Discuss the Suitable Teaching and Learning Resources, coordinated by a coordination team

Mukalele Rogers
Team Leader & Project Designer
Patience Lorna Nekesa
Elearning Consultant
James Boanerges Mutai
Developer
Oryang David Wegesa
Education Expert

How we support digital pedagogy​

Digital pedagogy is the use of contemporary digital technologies in teaching and learning. It involves use of technology and digital content e.g. power point presentations, instead of using traditional print materials alone.

By pooling resources and taking advantage of each other’s expertise, learning providers can build adequate capacity, reduce redundancy in infrastructure and reduce costs. This resource sharing platform enables the inter-connection, inter-communication, sharing and speeds up the process of access to resources for teaching and learning.

Consequently, the time and cost that would have been incurred by an institution, to solely create all curricullum content, is sharable amongst the partners through a give-and-take commitment.

How we support homeschooling

In response to school closure over the Coronavirus Pandemic, we have accelerated efforts to pool many resources to support home schooling in Uganda and beyond. 

The role of a homeschooling parent is to act as an academic teacher, teaching children a range of different topics. Homeschooling children amid the Covid-19 pandemic can be a great challenge for parents, without guiding content.

Because of this challenge, many schools are sharing digital educational resources through social media and on eLearning sections of their websites, and we are sourcing and putting them into a centralised pool for wider access. Teachers are encouraged to upload more resources  to the pool. Join us, lets share resources to facilitate the human right to quality education (SDG4).

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Addressing Current Need for Homeschooling during COVID19 and after

During this period, many schools are sharing digital educational resources through social media and on eLearning sections of their websites, and we are sourcing and putting them into a centralised pool for wider access.

We believe that by pooling resources and taking advantage of each other’s expertise, learning providers can build adequate capacity, reduce redundancy in infrastructure and reduce costs.

The Sharebility Uganda project is promoting the spirit of sharing educational resources in schools. This helps because the time and cost that would have been incurred by an institution, to solely create all curriculum content, is shareable through collaboration.

This project is in line with international efforts like the Open Educational Resources (OERs) (https://www.oercommons.org) movement which connect networks of educationists to freely share resources for facilitating the human right to access high-quality education.

One of the teacher networks through which we source resources is the ICT Teachers Association of Uganda (https://www.ictteachersug.net) where I currently serve as national coordinator.

How Sharebility Promotes Education In Rural Areas


Most of the learners in Uganda are in rural schools such as UPE/USE schools. These schools don’t have well equipped school libraries. Although many schools have recently obtained computers through programs such as UCC’s RCDF (https://goo.gl/YLTp9c), most of the teachers don’t have the necessary skills and resources to make good teaching and learning materials and fully utilize the computers like their counterparts in modern schools. Even access to the internet alone many not solve the scarcity of digital teaching and learning resources in Uganda because scattered documents on the World Wide Web are not tailored and categorized according to the Ugandan syllabus, making it difficult for teachers and students to find reliable academic information.

Sharebility Uganda overcomes many of the challenges involved in reaching the underserved students in rural areas through:

  • Promoting the spirit of cooperation/collaboration between teachers in various schools across the country by building a culture of sharing and receiving open digital educational resources.
  • Ensuring that quality educational resources reach remote schools and disadvantaged communities, thereby narrowing or bridging the gap between the urban and rural schools.
  • Training teachers and students in e-learning and the integration of ICT in the teaching and learning process through workshops and seminars -(https://goo.gl/b2vtMt) and (https://goo.gl/jXLas8).
  • Enhancing 21st Century skills through sharing innovative teaching/learning practices in schools for educational transformation.

ICTs provide an array of powerful tools that can help in transforming the present isolated, teacher-centered and text-bound classrooms into rich, student-focused, interactive knowledge environments. By pooling resources and taking advantage of each other’s expertise, learning providers can build adequate capacity, reduce redundancy in infrastructure and reduce costs. The design of a distributed heterogeneous educational resource sharing platform enables the inter-connection, inter-communication and sharing, reduces the cost of educational resources and speeds up the process of access to resources for teaching and learning. Consequently, the time and cost that would have been incurred by an institution is sharable amongst the partners through a give-and-take commitment. A map visualization of registered users of Sharebility per district in Uganda is available here.