EDUTEC EXPO has impacted our students positively
… As school gets Offline Electronic Library
It was a rare moment of joy and fulfillment at the handing over of Offline e- Library Plus (a package by Sysdigit Education Support Systems) by the Assistant General Manager of OGTV, Mr Kayode Taiwo at Adenrele Junior High School, Ifo, Ogun State.
It was the first prize won by the school in the Science competition. According to Mr Taiwo, Old Students Association, Parents–Teachers Association and other friends of the school have spent so much on the school to ensure a 24/7 Solar-powered Computer Centre.
“Until EDUTEC EXPO 2019, we do not have any library. But we now have an offline electronic library. We are indeed very glad for this great development in the history of this school. And we are grateful to Sysdigit Education Support Systems.”
Almost on the spot, there were enquiries from other schools – Iganmode Grammar School, Ota-Ogun State regarding their 60th anniversary.
Adenrele High School as well will soon mark their 40th anniversary, thereby seizing the opportunity to request for more educational and impactful equipment.
“The offline electronic library is said to be at par with any school facilities all over the world with thousands of e-books and classroom educational videos in all subjects. Students and management of the school commended the sponsors and all stakeholder” – Sina Oduko, C E O Sysdigit Education Support
Speaking to newsmen, the students were so thrilled and happy to the extent that they are already planning what project they are going to do for the 2020 EDUTEC EXPO.
The competition was jointly organised by Sysdigit Communications, Kent, United Kingdom and Ogun State Television, OGTV.