UNILAG students develop human trafficking tracker software

Three students of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) have reportedly developed some software that can track and expose human traffickers as well as rescue...

NOUN working to be technology learning hub

The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), said it is working towards being Africa's major technology learning hub. It has already submitted a proposal for...

OOU introduces electronic transcript service

The management of the Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU), Ago Iwoye has introduced an online portal for transcript services.

Proofs that technology really works in the education field

Technology is something which showed its magic in every field. We are living in a technological era and we get to know all the...

How Empatico is closing the gap between classrooms in Nigeria and other parts of...

Empatico is a free video conferencing tool that connects classrooms of children aged 7-11 across the world, all in a bid to make the...

Nigerian government to launch Smart Classrooms, Digital Education Project

The Federal Government has begun moves to establish a digital education institute and provide smart learning classrooms across the country as a way of...

NGO establishes coding club in Osun schools

A non-governmental organisation, Highfliers Youth Initiative (HYI), has successfully launched a computer programming club in public secondary schools in Osun State. Its management told EduCeleb.com...

FUTA students to represent Nigeria in Microsoft Imagine Cup

Two undergraduate students at the Federal University of Technology, Akure, have won the 2018 Imagine Cup National Finals and would be representing Nigeria further. Their...

Career opportunities in Electrical/Electronics Engineering

Electrical/Electronics Engineering is one of the fields in engineering today. In this article, EduCeleb.com presents you some career opportunities in it. While meanings change, the...

TechGen Challenge: Rewarding technological innovation among school pupils

The TechGen Challenge may have come and gone but the indelible mark it leaves in the minds of participants from primary and secondary schools...
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