First Bank presents devices to Lagos Government to boost e-learning
First Bank of Nigeria Limited, has presented 20,000 units of e-learning devices to the Lagos State government. The devices are planned for distribution to school children. The event was held at the State House in Marina, Lagos.
Reps want e-learning system instituted in education sector
The House of Representatives has urged the Federal Ministry of Education to urgently develop a national policy and framework for online education for schools at various levels.
Our e-learning experiences, by undergraduates
Following the Federal Government’s directive to teachers and students to switch to virtual learning, students have cried out over the huge cost of learning online. Although the method is being threatened by so many challenges, some undergraduate students believe it is the best way to go.
Lagos adopts e-learning to boost pupils’ competitiveness
In the face of the coronavirus pandemic and continued closure of schools, Lagos State government has adopted the use of multiple media, including radio, television and the internet to reach the students.
COVID -19: Bowen University launches e-learning
Following the closure of schools amid the Corona Virus Pandemic, the management of Bowen University has directed its staff to switch to the online mode of learning.
‘Nigeria yet to benefit from $170b e-learning industry’
Despite the country’s fast-rising Internet usage, it is yet to benefit from the global e-learning market, estimated to worth over $170b.
Skool media reaffirms commitment for effective E-learning Services
Skool Media, an ICT solutions provider geared towards meeting the new demands of 21st Century education has reiterated its commitment to transforming Nigeria’s educational sector using Information and Communications Technology (ICT). Charles Dungor, Partnership Implementation Manager, Skool Media, stated this recently in an exclusive chat with Nigeria CommunicationsWeek Media in Lagos. Dungor said that Skool…
Rallying to widen access, increase knowledge through e-learning
Stakeholders have at different fora cautioned that Nigeria is sitting on a time bomb, if it fails to meaningfully engage its teeming youthful population and make them productive.
E-learning vital to increasing access to education, says Osinbajo
Osinbajo said this yesterday in Lagos, at a one-day policy forum on “E-Learning for Higher Education Institutions in Nigeria,” organised by OASIS, Sterling Bank, UNICAF and Afrigrants.