Using technology to transform Nigerian educational system has received a boost as Samsung Electronics West Africa in partnership with the Federal Government and Skool Media will digitalize 104 unity schools in Nigeria on the platform of mobile learning.
This development would provide students with the opportunity to have their classrooms literally put in their palms. With the new development, Samsung tablet devices will be paired with relevant and applicable educational content customized with Skool Media content, while also kitting classrooms across these Unity schools with Samsung Electronic Boards, Wireless Printers and wireless connectivity. The aim of this is to turn classrooms across Nigeria into “Smart classrooms” where learning is practical, fun, progressive and impactful.
The Director, Business to Business, Samsung Electronics West Africa, Charles Ojei who spoke on the partnership said “This Solution provides tablets for students with relevant and practical educational content hence putting the classroom in the palms of the students. This makes the classroom interactive, collaborative and conducive for students and teachers. The solution also provides security of the device and helps the schools filters contents consumed by students. It makes the device purely for academic purpose.”
Samsung is a South Korean multinational conglomerate company headquartered in Samsung Town, Seoul. It comprises numerous subsidiaries and affiliated businesses, most of them united under the Samsung brand, and is the largest South Korean chaebol (business conglomerate).