Nigerian educational system has taken a giant leap forward with the launch of Intel classroom e-Learning facility in Jabi near Abuja.
The facility designed by Intel, the global semiconductor design and engineering giant will enable the school to make Information Communication and Technology (ICT) an everyday teaching and learning tool. Intel Corporation launched the project as part of the World Ahead Program in Nigeria, in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Education and Federal Capital Territory (FCT). Targeted on people in developing communities, the World Ahead program extends Intel's efforts to advance progress in accessibility, connectivity, and education. Following a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) Intel signed with the Education Ministry to further the cause of integrating modern information and communication technologies into the country's education, the initiative strategies, Intel's World Ahead programme will help provide wireless-enabled digital classrooms to students. The e-learning facility offers a complete solution with integrated software and hardware, delivering an end-to-end solution for education involving students, parents, teachers and schools in a student-friendly form that will enhance the learning experience at an affordable price with minimal IT infrastructure.