Friday, 12 August 2016

UCH Ibadan Launches Digital Classrooms


The University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan, last Friday launched its state-of-the-art digital and smart classrooms worth about N250 million.

The  classrooms containing about 50 computers also have one operating theatre attached to enable students watch surgeries in real-time.

Speaking at the inauguration, the Chief Medical Director of UCH, Prof. Temitope Alonge, said the project was sponsored by the Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC) and facilitated by Hon. Saheed Fijabi, the Chairman of the Committee on Communication in the House of Representatives.

He explained that the facilities would enhance tele-conferencing between the institution and seven other teaching hospitals, which had earlier benefited from the project.

The 50 computers will be shared by 200 students during each learning session.

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