The Centre for General Nigerian Studies (CGNS) at Lagos State University (LASU) has joined forces with the Directorate of Information and Communication Technology (DICT) to foster digital literacy and enhance the technological skills of its newly admitted students.
The collaborative effort is geared towards providing comprehensive training on Computer-Based Testing (CBT) and other essential IT services.
Scheduled for Monday, 29th January 2024, the training session will be held at the prestigious Buba Marwa Auditorium, LASU Main Campus, Ojo. Under the leadership of the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Ibiyemi Ibilola Olatunji-Bello, the initiative aims to equip students with the requisite skills to thrive in the rapidly evolving digital landscape.
Commencing at 10:00 am, the event will be hosted by Prof. M.O.B. MOHAMMED, FNAEAP, Director of CGNS, and co-hosted by Prof. Toyin ENIKUOMEHIN, Director of DICT. The Chief Host for the occasion will be Prof. Ibiyemi Olatunji-Bello, mni, NPOM, the esteemed Vice Chancellor of LASU.
This training program offers a unique opportunity for newly admitted students to delve into the intricacies of CBT and explore various IT services crucial to their academic journey. The objective is to impart practical knowledge and hands-on experience, enabling students to navigate the digital realm with confidence.
The CGNS and DICT, LASU, are unwaveringly committed to fostering a conducive learning environment. The collaborative initiative underscores their dedication to preparing students for the challenges of the modern world. By leveraging technology, the university aims to empower students to thrive in a digital-driven society.
A call to action is extended to all newly admitted students, urging their attendance at this vital training session. Participants are requested to be seated at the Buba Marwa Auditorium by 9:30 am sharp, emphasizing the importance of punctuality for the event’s success.
In emphasizing the significance of the initiative, the university proudly declares, “We are LASU, We are Great!” The training session promises to be insightful, offering a transformative experience for students entering the digital age.