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Nigerian edtech start-up, SabiTeach partners UK’s LearnCube to foster virtual learning in Africa

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Sabitech is a tutoring marketplace that assists learners to find and connect to trained and better tutors for both online and in-person learning engagement
SabiTeach, a Nigerian edtech startup notable as a tutoring marketplace that assists learners to find and connect to trained and better tutors for both online and in-person learning engagement has recently partnered with LearnCube.

The partnership, TechEconomy.ng understands, it to foster virtual learning in Africa.

LearnCube is a UK based online classroom designed for teaching, tutoring, and training.

Its online school software is equipped with a high-definition virtual classroom, a cloud-based Course Builder with unlimited course creation.

Coupled with content upload capacity, this is Africa’s first custom branding enabled software for educational institutions.

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SabiTech logo

The virtual classroom is equipped with e-Learning tools and features that help you replicate the physical classroom experience online.

Moreover, it runs on WebRTC, offers unlimited capacity, and comes with an intuitive and user-friendly interface for better navigation and ease-of-use.

Speaking on the partnership, the CEO, SabiTeach, Wale Ogunjobi, said that with both online Edtech platform coming together, exclusive features are open to users coming onboard.

“The virtual classroom & online whiteboard technology is designed specifically for teaching online. Both students and teachers would find It easy to use, reliable and scalable. School’s administrative staff will find the virtual classroom easy to navigate. its simplicity: drag & drop calendar, recurring classes, bulk student enrollment, automatic email reminders, and more.

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CEO, Sabitech Ltd., Wale Ogunjobi

“The platform gives you the leverage to see how your school and teachers are performing with instant reports on class attendance, teacher ratings (quality control), and student feedback”, he said.

In its effort to ensure that learning continues and assists Nigerian students to prepare for their forthcoming national examination.

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SabiTeach has offered its platform for free for online learning to over 10,000 students in Nigeria due to the lockdown.

“LearnCube, on the other hand, has recorded more than 10,000 teacher sign ups and successful transition online, we are proud to have helped teachers deliver over 25 million minutes of live online education in the last 30 days amidst this pandemic”, Ogunjobi added.

“To assist teachers, schools & organizations experiencing closures due to the coronavirus we have extended our free plan. To get started, Create an account via this LINK.

LearnCube

LearnCube

“If you haven’t already, this will give you the “Basic” or “Pro” trial plan for 14 days.

“From all indications, SabiTeach and LearnCube is set to scale e-learning to the next level on the African continent”, he explained in a statement made available to TechEconomy.ng.

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