REDUCE COST OF INTERNET ACCESS TO ENCOURAGE VIRTUAL LEARNING – UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT URGES GOVT

The President of Laweh Open University, Prof. Mrs Goski Alabi, has appealed to the government to employ strategies that will help reduce the cost of internet accessibility to help promote virtual learning among schools in the country.

She said due to the COVID-19 pandemic which had resulted in the closure of schools, it had become necessary for schools to adopt advanced methods such as virtual learning to ensure the situation didn’t have an adverse impact on the educational system of the country.

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Prof. Mrs Alabi noted that such advanced methods demanded internet availability, accessibility and reliability and as a result, “the government needs to liaise with internet service providers to ensure the cost of internet access is reduced”.

The president of the university was speaking at a press conference held in Accra recently by the Laweh Open University College to outdoor its online private leadership school.

Dubbed LAWIS, the programme is a career-driven platform developed to help equip students to be purpose-driven, creative, entrepreneurial and intellectually stimulated in a way that pushes the boundaries of traditional education.  Read More

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