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The Vice Chancellor, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, Prof Bamitale Omole has described e-learning as the future of education, stressing that learning has left the traditional four walls of the university. He made the assertion recently in Lagos during the launch of the university’s e-learning platform by the institution’s Centre for Distance Learning (CDL).
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Nigeria’s market is ready for e-learning, according to Iyinoluwa Aboyeji, chief executive officer (CEO) at Fora.co, a platform that works with universities, organisations and governments to provide young Africans with affordable access to the best educational content online, offline and on mobile.
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The Nigerian Universities Commission (NUC) has urged relevant stakeholders in the education sector to take advantage of the potentials, which electronic media present as means of creating accessible and cost effective materials for distance learning in the country.
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In Africa where teaching is still predominantly through the traditional chalk and blackboard mode, schools in Africa would do well to take advantage of technological advancements to develop students’ skills, argues Olubayo Abiodun
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Nigeria: Students Get e-Learning Platform to Boost Academic Performance
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Etisalat has launched Cliqlite, an educational product for Nigerian children between the ages of eight and 15, providing e-learning feature and an intuitive interface.
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The K4Health/Nigeria Continuing Medical Laboratory Education (CMLE) Project began in September 2011 as a two-year Associate Award from the USAID Mission in Nigeria and was awarded additional funding to continue through September 2015.
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