Benefits of Primary and secondary online education in Nigeria. (with Infographic)
Online learning is revolutionizing the way the world learns. It has the potential to dramatically expand the educational opportunities of students everywhere, largely overcoming the geographic and demographic restrictions. Can this also take place in Africa? Why not? Technology is Africa’s hope, our most likely chance of competing on a global scale regardless of how […]
Legal and Business Relationship and Interaction between the Publishing, Recording and Live Music Industry Sectors.
Legal and Business Relationship and Interaction between the Publishing, Recording and Live Music Industry Sectors. By Ahmed Sabi Abubakar First of all, let’s break down each sector. Starting with a brief history, to current legal and business practices, and lastly, I’ll discuss the relationship and interaction. Live Music The live music sector started with […]
How music technology has been changing the music industry business and regulations throughout its history.
How music technology has been changing the music industry business and regulations throughout its history. By Ahmed Sabi Abubakar First and foremost, let’s take a walk through the history of music technology. The first form of music, using magnetic recording was created by the American Oberlin Smith in 1878 after a visit to Thomas […]
PenPencilEraser V1.4 is here with mobile app
We are pleased to announce the release of PenPencilEraser V1.4, this update comes with a much awaited feature, the mobile app for parents. With this release parents would be able to receive notifications and stay updated much easier. Click here to visit the PenPencilEraser blog for more information.
Role of Technology in Pre-Tetiary Education in Nigeria
A new approach Technology has driven down costs and increased the quality of work in almost every segment of economies around the world, including education and it can do the same in our economy so why isn’t anything being done? There are tons of answers to that question but that isn’t what I would be […]