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Why do I need the E-learning System?

The system is deployed at the campus to facilitate the learning and research processes by students and lecturers. Now students and Lecturers shall be able to communicate and share lecture materials without being constrained by physical location. Based on fact that our students at the campus are busy with their day life and not staying in campus, the system provide them with flexibility of doing university activities including submission of assignments, on line test, discussion with fellow students and lecturers through forums and participate in daily class activities remotely, thanks to the advantages in the technology.

How can I access E-learning System?

In order to benefit from the service offered by the system, one needs to have internet connectivity from where they are and obtain login credential from the ICT office 2nd Floor at Shaban Robert Library available at the campus. We do offer a number of trainings and support services to both students and staff on demand.

After having valid username and password to login to the system, visit here to enjoy the fruits of Technology in education.

How can I access E-learning system on mobile phone (Smartphones)?

Visit the application in your smartphone that enables you to download applications for example in android smartphones go to Play store then search for moodle app then install it. Thereafter you will be required to enter URL (address) which is then click "add" button. Then you will be required to enter your username and password to login to the system.

We would like to wish you the best experience in using the system and remember, Practice makes Perfect.

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