TedPrime Hub Builds Edubox to support qualitative digital Learning across Nigerian and African Schools


As part of its core mission to leverage on technology to improve the quality of education in line with United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in Nigeria and Africa, TedPrime Hub has built an affordable Remote Area Hotspot for Education and Learning for Schools.

The solution which is designed with the capacity to connect and share up to 400Gb e learning contents on all subject fields from world education providers such as Khan Academy, Wikipedia Incorporated, African Story Book Project, Microsoft and host of others with 150 devices at a time and at no cost to:

– improve access to up to date instructional contents,

– optimize ICT laboratories as Information Resource Centres and e Library for Teachers and students,

– reduce barriers associated with cost and accessibility of internet bandwidth in schools,

– stem down the porosity level and dangers of internet in educational institutions and

-strengthen personalized learning and reading

-provide platform to share files and information among teachers and students within the network.

In view of this new development, TedPrime Hub would be collaborating with local and international organizations to make this solution available in schools across Nigeria and Africa

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