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Vericore Technologies Limited, a software design company, recently unveiled several software solutions aimed at digital education. The products were presented to the public at the Lagos International Trade Fair Business-to-Business Exhibition which took place at Eko Hotels and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos from November 8th to 10th, 2016.

Speaking of the solutions at the release, the Chief Operations Officer, Vericore Technologies, Felix Imafidon, described the products as “Innovative approach that blends learning and fun for today’s students, and uses different methodologies to meet the need of all students, irrespective of their learning styles.”

The solutions released include; the Wizitup solution for students, the In-Classroom Solution for teachers, and the WizitUp School Information and Administrative System (SIAS) for schools.

The Wizitup solution uses digital tools for self-learning, classroom teaching, and enabling smart schools. This solution comes with learn-on-the-go tablets, referred to as WizPad, and is currently available for students in primary schools.

In-Classroom Solution is a teacher’s resources and teaching aid software. The available resources include simulations, illustrations, e-books and lesson plans that teachers can employ as teaching tools.

WizitUp School Information and Administrative System (SIAS) combines learning management and school management systems. The software also provides a communication platform interconnecting students, teachers, and parents.

According to Vericore Technologies, their solutions took two years to design and were developed from research on teaching and learning patterns of teachers and students respectively. Their entrance is a welcome one as educational institutions who want to go digital with their operations have more options.

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