Underlining its commitment to help facilitate the growth and development of Nigeria’s education sector, Samsung Electronics West Africa has launched its fourth Samsung Smart School Project for teachers and students in Akwa Ibom State.
The project is targeted at training teachers in basic computer literacy, while also providing them access to tools they need for more impactful teaching. Through deployment of its pioneering Smart Classroom solutions, the company aims to provide a purposeful and smart learning environment. Other Smart Schools have also been established in Abuja, Ogun and Cross River states.
[L-R] Head Enterprise Business Team /IT Business, Samsung Electronics West Africa, Mr .Anu Rotimi Agboola; Chairman, BRACED Commission, Ambassador Joseph Keshi; Deputy Governor Akwa Ibom State, Mr. Moses Ekpo; and Commissioner for Education, Akwa Ibom State, Mr. Aniekan Akpan, at the recently launched Samsung SMART School Project in Uyo.
The electronic giant presented two units of the widely acclaimed Samsung Interactive White Board (E-Boards) to Uyo High School, situated in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State. In addition, the company also presented 50 units of Samsung Thin Clients , and other devices such as , keyboards and Mouse, laptop, …read more
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