Opinion

Looking Beyond the Brick-and-Mortar Classroom In Nigeria, By Olabisi Deji-Folutile

In today’s world, the global relevance of any higher institution is likely to be measured by how fast it can adapt to meeting the needs of students, especially in times of emergencies. That is why urgent steps should be taken to re-engineer the teaching architecture in our institutions for effective…
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Opinion

COVID-19, the Digital Divide and Rise of Online Education, By Muhammad Jameel Yusha’u

COVID-19 has exposed a major weakness that development institutions must help tackle, and that is the digital divide in accessing quality education. While children in high- and middle-income economies could study from the comfort of their homes, those from poor countries could remain spectators in a world that should provide…
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Opinion

COVID-19: Should Education Hit A Pause Or Are We Just Unprepared In Nigeria?, By Olabisi Deji-Folutile

No doubt, COVID-19 has exposed Nigeria’s unpreparedness for e-learning. But we can’t afford to remain where we are. That is why it is important for every institution to start thinking of how to deploy available technology in the world for the good of their students at this critical period. Universities…
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