Policies Survey notes:
- In Nigeria, the National Teachers’ Institute presented a memorandum entitled Promoting the Use of OER for Quality HE Delivery in 2011, and it was expected that this will be ratified in 2012.
- The respondent to Policies Survey from Nigeria, commenting upon obstacles to the adoption of OER, noted "Lack of awareness of OER, digital illiteracy, lack of OER skills (for production and use) and poor ICT infrastructure."
- 1 Overview
- 2 Education in Nigeria
- 3 Internet in Nigeria
- 4 Copyright law in Nigeria
- 5 OER Initiatives in Nigeria
- 6 References
Nigeria, officially named the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is a federal constitutional republic comprising 36 states and one Federal Capital Territory. The country is located in West Africa and shares land borders with Benin in the west, Chad and Cameroon in the east, and Niger in the north. Its coast lies on the Gulf of Guinea, part of the Atlantic Ocean, in the south. The capital city is Abuja and its largest city is Lagos. Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa and the eighth most populous country in the world with a population of around 148,000,000. Its official language is English, with Hausa, Igbo, Yoruba, Edo as recognised regional languages.
For further general information see Wikipedia:Nigeria.
Education in Nigeria
For a general description of education in Nigeria see Education:Nigeria.
For a description more focussed to e-learning see E-learning:Nigeria.
Internet in Nigeria
Internet in Education
Copyright law in Nigeria
Copyright law in Education
OER Initiatives in Nigeria
National OER initiatives
Regional OER initiatives
Institutional OER initiatives
The delivery of TESSA audio materials through an institutional radio station in Nigeria was being explored in 2008. (1) Success unknown.
1. "Building an Effective ‘Open Education Resource’ (OER) Environment for Teacher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa: The TESSA Experience" by Jophus Anamuah-Mensah, 2008 (http://www.oerafrica.org/ResourceResults/tabid/1562/mctl/Details/id/36709/Default.aspx)