There is a new startup in town aimed at solving educational problems especially in Nigeria through e-learning. The platform is named Roducate. The lockdown and paneling have put a lot of activities on hold forcing students and schools to close down. Roducate elearning platform aims at solving this issue. In this post, we will be reviewing the startup and tell you all you need to know about what Roducate has to offer.
Roducate elearning platform let’s Schools create their own platform on Roducate, which will be a replica of the site’s main platform, basically cloning the web application. The platform comes with a lot of features, as seen below;
Features of Roducate
Lecture Notes, Videos, Podcasts, Practice Assignments, Mock Exams, and My Network–a chat function, within the app, for communication between teachers and students and among students.
How Roducate Works
Schools can subscribe to the app, as a software solution only and upload their own content, to any of the features. Schools can also use the platform’s content and, even, customize it to suit their students’ needs. It gives schools access to a Content Management System that allows schools to upload their own content or customize.
Roducate’s content is rich, diverse, and carries curriculum-based content for primary, secondary, and tertiary education. It offers all the basic subjects, such as Maths and English and the, not so basic subjects, such as Agricultural Science and Visual Arts. All content is approved, by the Nigerian Education and Research Development Council, Nigerian Universities Commission, Lagos State Ministry of Education, JAMB, and the African Union.
Access to a school’s platform is restricted to only the school’s students, through an access code. This access code can serve the secondary purpose of ensuring that only students that have paid the school for the service can enjoy it.
Roducate Other Products and Services
Roducate’s solutions, go beyond what you’ve seen so far. The company has taken a crack at solving the problem of students, who do not have internet-enabled devices. It currently offers three types of devices: a 2.8” screen KaiOS smart feature phone, a 4-inch screen Android tablet phone, and a 7-inch screen Android tablet, all preloaded, with the full Roducate app. The devices, also, come with data.
The KaiOS smart feature phone comes with a Lite version of the app—Lecture Notes, Practice Assignments, and Mock Exams—and continuous access to the app is, at no additional cost. The other devices come with the full version of the app and for a termly subscription, students get access to their school’s Roducate platform. From the comfort of their homes, students can remain engaged, with their teachers.
The main center of attention is that Roducate offers a solar panel, to charge the devices, considering there’s no guarantee of stable power supply in this country. This feature is added so that kids have no excuse for experiencing a power outage.
I must commend them for the good job they are hoping to do and the problem they intend to solve. One can say that with Roducate, learning never ends.
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