The authority of the University of Ibadan under the administration of the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Idowu Olayinka has concluded plans to provide access to free learning resources for both students and staff of the university.

FRESHPAGE.COM.NG gathered that the University had gotten to the advanced stage in it’s plans to improve students’ learning experience by deploying a Learning Management System before the novel COVID-19 virus made it way to Nigeria.

However, since the last academic session was not officially concluded, learning resources that are tailored to students’ course enrolment will have to wait until the commencement of the new session. Nonetheless, the University is committed to supporting students’ development during this period.

The University recently subscribed to over 3,800 courses in 400 specialisations. Most of these courses ordinarily attract subscription fees but are now offered free as part of the efforts of the giant online training company – Coursera – to impact the world at this time.

The Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic, Prof. Ekanola encouraged students of the University to take advantage of this opportunity available for enrollment through July 31, 2020 at the first instance.

Clicking on the link below takes you to the resource site.

University of Ibadan on Coursera

You will be required to sign up. Use your email to take advantage of the special free courses. Confirmation message will be sent to your email.

If you have any difficulty accessing your institutional email, click here to reset password or contact on any other issue.

Staff who are interested can also take advantage of the offer as life-long learners. Sign up with your email address


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