Inspire Magazine

From Portugal to the World

INSPIRE was born in the beginning of 2016 as a printed publication, aiming to bring to the spotlight themes, such as education, technology and sustainable development, fostering reflection, productive discussion and exchange of experiences.

In April of 2019 INSPIRE, with curatorship by jp.ik, jumped into the digital sphere. To this community, we are inviting authors, teachers, curriculum developers, pedagogical coordinators, among others whose work and research focus on the meaningful integration of technology in education.

Inspire Magazine

Building Bridges Through a Quality Education

Together, they take on the role of guiding the daily work of jp.ik’s team, while reflecting our own mission of contributing to the transformation of communities around the world.

Although the amazingness of technology, we still like the comfy smell of books, so here, you have the opportunity to glance our printed editions.

Enter Into A World Of Technological Education

It’s not only about technology, it is about creating opportunities

Project ASA 4.0, Digital Literacy for Seniors 4:48

Project result of the partnership established between CM Valongo, Altice and jp.ik, who developed a technological solution designed with the elderly in mind.

The Digital Literacy Programme | Kenya 3:24

Built with the participation of various government organizations, committing to the integration of ICT in each of Kenya’s public elementary school.

Track Record 2:38

Our success stories through 70 countries, with more than 16 millions of students and teachers impacted.

MU Digital Technologies Assembly Plant | Kenya 5:35

jp.ik and Moi University invested more than $ 5 million in this assembly unit, whose capacity is around 450 units per day, can reach to 10,000 units per month.

Your future starts now 1:49

Virtual reality, artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics, augmented reality, biotechnology – will soon be a part of our daily lives! Are You Ready?

Popup School at ZNBC News 1:42

Minister of General Education of Zambia David Mbumba visits Popup School installed in Kalongo Mwape Primary School, Nyimba.

10 years working on a better Education 2:01

Not everyone has the opportunity and access to education. 10 years ago, jp.ik was a pioneer in bringing quality and better education to the public.

Portugal, Magalhães Initiative 4:00

Portugal Magalhães Initiative in partnership with Intel® Learning Series.

Magalhães MG5T 0:23

A Magellan tablet, the MG5T, which was designed especially for the little ones!

Magalhães MG5C 3:00

The best convertible laptop for education.