Friday, 24 June 2016

Noun Introduce I-NOUN For their Student

The National Open University of Nigeria, NOUN, seems to have finally found the missing formula for solving the endemic challenge of shortage of study materials in the university with the introduction of an electronic instructional tablet called i-NOUN.

The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) has said that it will soon introduce an electronic instructional tablet known as i-NOUN in order to curb challenges arising from shortage of books.
According to a statement signed by an information officer of the university, Joel Nkata on Wednesday, the idea is part of the measures being taken by the varsity management to solve the shortage of study materials in the institution.
“The i-NOUN tablet which would be made available to all students will have all study materials needed by students of the university uploaded in it.


“It will also be updated regularly to foreclose the possibility of those study materials getting obsolete,’’ the statement said.
Quoting the Vice Chancellor of the institution, Prof. Abdalla Adamu, the statement noted that the introduction of the gadgets was already at advanced stage.
Meanwhile, the institution is also mulling establishing study centres outside the country to cater to Nigerian students willing to learn.
“Plans are also underway to set up study centres in other West African countries to cater for the educational needs of Nigerians living there.
“It is also in our plans for this administration to build a world-class broadcast studio with hi-tech equipment, where the instructional broadcast of the university would be done,’’ the statement said.



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