Nile University of Nigeria has assured it students that’s the coronavirus pandemic that is affecting the world would not disrupt the school’s academic calendar.
Nile University ability to ensure educational continuity for its students amid the current crisis is due to its emphasis on the integration of technology in learning says the school’s director of public relations, Prof. Kenan Kapukaya, in a statement. He said the students are on course to finish their semester on schedule.
Kapukaya explained that since the university’s establishment in 2009, it has continuously viewed and used digital infrastructure as an indispensable tool to support students’ learning.
This, he explained has enabled Nile University not only provide students with 21st-century industry-relevant education but also equipped it with an e-learning capability that allows it to adapt to and provide uninterrupted services to its students in a variety of situations, such as the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
He added that in addition to supporting online lectures and other academic activities, the school’s digital capability has enabled the institution to conduct its non-classroom educational activities uninterrupted.
Kapukaya explained that over the past few weeks, the University has held several educative webinars that have featured several accomplished individuals in various fields as guest speakers.