By Felix Khanoba
The Federal Government says it has secured e-learning portals that can be accessed at no cost by students across the country.
A statement made available to newsmen in Abuja by Mr Ben Bem Gong, Director of Press at the Federal Ministry of Education, said one of the telecommunication companies in the country, 9Mobile, has also volunteered free data for students to access the online materials.
The statement said the e-learning portals are being provided to Nigerian students by the National Open University, Khan Academy, Seesaw, Schoolgate and MobileClassroom.
The statement read in full: “The Federal Ministry of Education wishes to inform Nigerian students and indeed the general public that 9mobile has given free data access to the following e-learning portals to support the Federal Government’s e-learning programme especially during the COVID-19 period.
“They are National Open University – ceagslearn.nouedu.net; Khan Academy – www.khanacademy.com; Seesaw – web.seesaw.me; Schoolgate – www.schoolgate.ng and MobileClassroom -www.mobileclassroom.com.ng .
“You can visit any of the porters to access on-line learning materials. Give us feedback through the same channels if you encounter any challenge in the process of accessing the learning materials or have challenges with the materials itself.”