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National Open University of Nigeria Launches Mobile App to Streamline Student Activities



National Open University of Nigeria Launches Mobile App to Streamline Student Activities

In a significant move towards embracing technology to enhance student experiences, the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) has successfully designed, developed, tested, and deployed its mobile application. This initiative aligns with the university’s vision and mission, aiming to provide a more accessible and streamlined platform for students.

A memo issued by Benedicta A. Otakpor (Admin Officer 1) on behalf of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Technology, Innovation, and Research), Prof. Godwin Akper, confirmed the completion of this milestone.

The NOUN mobile application is strategically crafted to aggregate various sections of the university’s portal directly related to student activities. This includes features such as registration, Tutor-Marked Assignments (TMA), announcements, and more. By consolidating these functions into a single page, the university aims to significantly enhance ease of accessibility for its students, as stated in the memo.

Prof. Godwin Akper encourages students to take advantage of this technological advancement by downloading and installing the NOUN mobile application. For Android users, the app is available on the Google Play Store, while iOS users can find it on the Apple Store. The application is deemed the official channel for the dissemination of information and announcements to students, providing a centralized hub for important university-related updates.

To facilitate a smooth user experience, the memo provides clear steps for user registration. For first-time users launching the app, the process involves tapping on ‘create account’ to establish a personal account within the application.

This innovative step by the National Open University of Nigeria reflects its commitment to leveraging technology for the benefit of its students. By centralizing key functions in a mobile application, the university aims to foster efficiency, accessibility, and timely communication. Students are encouraged to embrace this technological advancement and make the most of the enhanced features offered by the NOUN mobile application.

Bernard Bassey is a graduate of Software Engineering from AfriHUB University, Abuja. He is an expert in field journalism, his interest in socio-politics activities is keen.

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