How To Use The Online Learning Platform For All Tertiary Institutions With Free Internet Access

How To Use The Online Learning Platform For All Tertiary Institutions With Free Internet Access. The Tertiary institutions such as Universities and Public Colleges of Education in Ghana are expected to begin their lectures and academic activities online.

All level 100, 200 and 300 students of Colleges of Education are to begin their course work online and assessment conducted online as well due to the outbreak of the Covid 19 pandemic, which has led to closure of most educational institution in Ghana and across the Globe.

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The Notice

 

A notice sighted by avenuegh.com,  directs all level 100, 200 and 300 students to acquire active mobile devices with telegram app to start online lessons and assignments Telegram , Whatsapp or Zoom.

All Students have been informed that they shall use their course group WhatsApp platforms and be assigned, course tutors.

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Classes would be put into groups and assigned course tutors.

 

Commencement

 

Some tertiary institutions have however already started their online learning by using the app called “ZOOM” which every lecture comes with a code or ID. One cannot access the lecture when the code expires.

 

This comes after  the directive of the President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo on closure of educational institutions, for which reason trainees could not report to commence the second semester.

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How To Use The Online Learning Platform For All Tertiary Institutions

 

  1. To begin accessing the online learning platform, first Download and install either Whatsapp, Telegram or Zoom app from playstore
  2. Afterwards activate the respective apps
  3. Then Contact your course representatives for the various online learning groups

 

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  1. A very important avenue to reach out to our students at this challenged times. Keep it up.

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