CU: Driving vision 1 of 10 in 10 with technological advancement

CU: Driving vision 1 of 10 in 10 with technological advancement

CU: Driving vision 1 of 10 in 10 with technological advancement

Vice-Chancellor, Covenant University, Professor Charles K. Ayo, making his remarks at the meeting

Technology today is on the fast track and it is not slowing down. It is now up to people and institutions to keep up with the pace or be left behind. Covenant University has chosen the former. There is no doubt that there has been a remarkable and undeniable improvement in the technological facilities of Covenant University over the years.

Of recent, the University deployed high-tech screens in most of its classrooms to aid learning. The progress is clear from white boards and marker to projectors and now to high-tech screens. The screens are large and clear, making it possible for the entire class to be able to read visibly all that it is projecting without the need for the students to strain their eyes.

These new screens have been of great help to lecturers who do not have to come to class with their lecture notes, books or laptops any longer because with just their flash drives connected to the screens, they are able to deliver their lectures smoothly. The screens are so convenient that lecturers can control the screen with just the touch of a finger.

Beyond the lecturers, the students have also said that the screens are state-of-the-art technology and a huge difference from the old ways of delivering lectures. It has also become very stress-free for students, unlike before when they have to collect the lecture notes from the lecturers after the lectures for further reading.

Miss Unini Grace Mosimabale, a 200 Level student of Industrial Relations, said that the new screens show that the University is very concerned with the educational well-being of the students and to ensuring everyone receives a high class delivery of lectures. Okwechime Dumebi, a 200 Level student of Economics supported this view and said that the new screens make learning easier.

It is obvious that all the new improvements are a stepping stone to the achievement of the University’s Vision 1-10-10.