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Hajirah Khalil Endowment (HKE)

Intelligent Learning & Development Program


Integrated Cyber Resilient eLearning Platform

Focus: Skills Development

Technology: Artificial-Intelligence and Machine Learning

HKE ILDP Three Prong Strategy

Digital Infrastructure | Intelligent Learning | Inclusive Sustainability

Intelligent Learning Any Time – Any Place – Any Pace!

HKE ILDP Cyber Resilient Backend Network

HKE ILDP Highlights

Vision: Provide Sustainable Quality Inclusive Education at grassroots level, globally, using Self-Sustainable Integrated Broadband Clusters eLearning Platforms.

Strategic Objective: Provide Free Broadband Services Package (FBSP) to the needy communities, globally.

Mission: Organize local communities to ensure that each educational institution has the required broadband tools available, within their geographical boundaries, to access global resources for quality education.

Methodology: FBSP program participating companies endorse HKE methodology that public engagement, community support, and adequate self-sustainable resources are essential to minimize digital divide. 

Funding: Participating companies contribute a reasonable percentage of their revenue to the HKE endowment, each year. Public donations are NOT solicited.

Hajirah Khalil Endowment (HKE)

Since 2005 Hajirah Khalil Endowment (HKE), part of The MUGHALS, has focused on to provide Free Broadband Services Package (FBSP) to eligible underserved communities, both in Urban and Rural areas. 

HKE in collaboration with participating companies has adopted a Methodology to create Clusters and to become part of the Integrated National Clusters Hubs (INCH) to provide Digital Broadband to Member Schools; Colleges; Communities; and Universities.

Global Digital Networks (GDN), in collaboration with Strategic Partners, is committed to accomplish HKE Mission by  implementing Lawful, Meaningful, Transparent, Scalable and User-Friendly Distance Learning Tools using  Learning Technology powered by AI & ML technology, in alignment with the Policy Framework of the U.S. National Science and Technology Council (NTST).  



JUL 2020 - JUN 2025

Wireless Broadband Access

5,000 Study Rooms, each year

Backend Platforms

CANVAS is a complex Learning Management System (LMS), which is based on Shareable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) having Interoperable Learning Tools (LTI).

Globally, many renowned Colleges, UniversitiesSchool Systems (from Pre-KG to K-12 High School Levels); Businesses; IndustriesGovernments and Communities are using LMS and L&D including CANVAS.

What is Canvas?

Global Networks of Educators are Collaborating to Diagnose Challenges and Sustainable Technology Implementation.

HKE is EVALUATING multiple LMS platforms' performance which are implemented by nine industry leading accredited and functional organizations.

Available Resources (Free)

Teaching and Learning

EXPLORE:  4,158,313 Works - From 683 Institutions

As of 2022-08-17

The Digital Commons Network brings together free, full-text scholarly articles from hundreds of universities and colleges worldwide. Curated by university librarians and their supporting institutions, the LMS Network includes a growing collection of peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters, dissertations, working papers, conference proceedings, and other original scholarly work.

Navigating COVID-19

As an unpredictable consequence of COVID-19, NOW, the entire Educational Ecosystem, globally, is focused on how to implement meaningful eLearning Programs., efficiently.

Policy Makers, Educators, School Boards are devising plans, Teachers are sharing assignments, Parents and Students are figuring out how to subjugate the unprecedented challenges and continue education and accomplish school/ college assignments, while working from home.

Our Priority: Intelligent Learning

Using CANVAS Module for Interactive Online Learning (IOL), so that educators can prepare their course notes and students can prepare themselves, before attending the class, to enhance learning experience in class.

Purpose: Strengthen Inclusive Learning and Teaching Excellence.

Our Methodology

GDN in collaboration with Strategic Partners, is committed to provide  qualified users FREE Open License of all-in-one Project Management  Platform for Collaborative Learning, to implement Lawful, Meaningful, Transparent, Scalable and User-Friendly Distance Learning Tools, using Artificial-Intelligence-Powered Learning Technology, in accordance with the Policy Framework of US NSTC.

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Skill Development

Learning and Innovation Skills: Critical Thinking and Problem Solving, Communications and Collaboration, Creativity and Innovation.

Digital Literacy Skills: Information Literacy, Media Literacy, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Literacy.

Career and Life: Initiative and Self-direction, Social and Cross-Cultural Interaction, Productivity and Accountability, Flexibility and Adaptability.

Performance Standards


The ISTE Educational Technology Standards (formerly National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) are a set of standards published by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) to leverage the use of technology in K-12 Education. These are sometimes intermixed with information and communication technologies (ICT) skills. In 2007 NETS issued a series of six performance indicators (only the first four are on their website as of 2016):

·     Creativity and Innovation

·     Communication and Collaboration

·     Research and Information Fluency

·     Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making

·     Digital Citizenship

·     Technology Operations and Concepts

USA Educational Structure

Global Inclusive Movement

21st century skills comprise skills, abilities, and learning Dispositions that have been identified as being required for success in 21st century society and Workplaces by educators, business leaders, academics, and governmental agencies. This is part of a growing international movement focusing on the skills required for students to master in preparation for success in a rapidly changing, Digital Society. Many of these skills are also associated with Deeper Learning, which is based on mastering skills such as Analytic Reasoning, complex Problem Solving, and teamwork. These skills differ from traditional academic skills in that they are not primarily knowledge-based content.,contains,0321084055&tab=Catalog&vid=01VAN_INST:vanui&offset=0


ICT Literacy Panel 

Digital Literacy Standards (2007)

In 2007 the Educational Testing Service (ETS) ICT Literacy Panel released its Digital Literacy Standards:

    ·    Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) proficiencies:

    ·     Cognitive Proficiency

    ·     Technical proficiency 

    ·     ICT Proficiency

A person possessing these skills would be expected to perform these tasks for a particular set of information: access, manage, integrate, evaluate, create/publish/present. The emphasis is on proficiency with Digital Tools.


JUL 2018 - JUN 2024

Wireless Broadband Access

Digital Study Rooms

5,000 each year

HKE-ILDP Highlights 

GDN is proudly associated with Hajirah Khalil Endowment (HKE) Public Regional Education Program (PREP), an exclusive endowment program to provide Broadband Infrastructure to Member Colleges; Communities; Schools; and Universities.

 HKE provide free and subsidized inclusive proactive services to the needy communities.

Funding: Participating companies devote a reasonable percentage of their net revenue to the HKE endowment, each year.

HKE Mission is to organize the local communities to ensure that each educational institution has the required broadband tools available, within their geographical boundaries, to access global resources for quality education. Participating Companies support HKE efforts that public engagement, community support, and adequate resources are essential to minimize digital divide. 

HKE envision that community-based organizations can play a central role in making inclusive eLearning a real success and to build broad support for sustainable quality inclusive education.

HKE-PREP Highlights 

· To provide infrastructure for affordable broadband access and information technologies services to member colleges; communities; schools; and universities.

·  The objective is to ensure that all deserving members regardless of income or geography can participate in and benefit from new information technologies, through PREP infrastructure.

·  HKE services include enriched curriculum, distance learning, online assessment, web-based homework, increased communication between parents, students and their educators, and increased access to global information resources.

·     Five years (JUL 2018 - JUN 2024) target is to provide, subsidized access to 5,000 study rooms, each year(FROM ITS OWN RESOURCES, NO DONATIONS).