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Learning managment system providers hope to ‘disrupt’education in Nigeria

Learning managment system providers hope to ‘disrupt’education in Nigeria
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Nigeria’s Dynamiss Digital Solutions (DDS) and Learning Possibilities (LP) of UK say they are pushing a learning management system to drive revolution in the Nigerian educational sector.

Under the plan, Dynamiss Digital Solutions (DDS) and Learning Possibilities (LP) are promoting the LP + 365, a learning management system (LMS) in Nigeria.

The companies said the app is fully dedicated to students and educators hope to  revolutionize educational system in Nigeria.

During the launch of the new app in Lagos, LP explained that the new  “LP +365” will enable educators and students in Nigeria to create and share in entirely new ways for more immersive and inclusive learning experiences.

The LP+365 app which it developed in partnership with Microsoft, provides an intuitive user interface, and personalized dashboard as well as various collaboration and assignment tools which leverages the Office 365 cloud solution to aid classroom collaborations and assessments, engaging users to ensure a deeper learning, according to the UK technology company.

Teachers can add announcements, load resources and set assignments at a click of a button, while students can see their daily calendar, assigned homework, previous submissions, their particular class/subject sites and curriculum material, all neatly organized and easily accessible, LP said, adding that this includes instant access to favorite Office 365 Apps like Word, Class Notebook, PowerPoint, etc.

Learning managment system providers hope to ‘disrupt’education in Nigeria
Participant interacting with an e-board at the Lagos Social Media Week

The deployment of LP+365 will be managed by Dynamiss Digital Solutions in Nigeria, helping schools to use the LMS to improve collaboration in the classroom with greater learner engagement, driving educational performance and development of 21st century skills essential for employment.

Dr Mehool Sanghrajka, CEO of Learning Possibilities, says that the LP+365 LMS is built on the company’s award-winning technology, transforming Office 365.

“Our global alliance with Microsoft and localized partnership with Dynamiss Digital Solutions in Nigeria, ensures learners in Nigeria will have access to tools and technology that will personalize their education as 21st century learners revolutionizing education in Nigeria”, the LP CEO adds.

Mr Roland Sodeinde, CEO of Dynamiss Digital Solutions of Nigeria expressed his delight to partner with Learning Possibilities and Microsoft in launching the LP+365 App.

“I am very excited about launching the LP+365 LMS in Nigeria, enabling schools access to market leading education technology, developing skills that are critical for the future and driving educational priorities in the country”, Sodeinde said.

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Elizabeth Edozie Technology Journalist @Technology Times 08077671659 elizabeth.edozie@technologytimes.ng