uLesson Boosts Library Content with Materials for JSS Classes

uLesson library content

By Modupe Gbadeyanka

Students in junior secondary school (JSS) can now access curriculum-relevant content in Basic Technology, Business Studies, Basic Science and Mathematics on the uLesson mobile app.

In March 2020, the Nigerian Ed-tech start-up launched its app with a Senior Secondary School library, covering Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

But based on requests from users not covered when the app was introduced by uLesson Education Limited, the management took a step to add new contents to the library and made them available to users from Tuesday, July 7, 2020.

According to the founder and CEO of uLesson Education Limited, Mr Sim Shagaya, “The launch of the junior library is in harmony with our goal as an organisation to help students maximize their academic potential and prepare for a future in various disciplines.”

“The digital age is quickly shaping the education landscape and the way students learn. It is our goal at uLesson to leverage this digital transformation to provide learning tools that will help students learn in a simpler and more effective manner,” he noted.

He added that, “Like the senior school library, the junior school library has been richly designed in scope, interactivity, and effectiveness in line with the West African Secondary School curriculum.

“We have taken steps to provide best-in-class lessons delivered by expert tutors to ensure that learners get only the best learning experience.”

Also commenting, the Vice President, Learner Experience and Growth, uLesson Education, Ms Manji Cheto, said the new library addresses a deep customer need.

“We pride ourselves as a company that listens to and anticipates customer needs, and then acts quickly to respond to these concerns.

“The release of our junior secondary library is a great example of this. Customers made it overwhelmingly clear that this is what they wanted from us and so, we are proud to deliver this in the timeframe that we have,” she said.

The uLesson app employs a simple and personalized approach to learning, leveraging a mix of media and technology to provide engaging lessons and quizzes to foster deep understanding of a subject matter and continued learning for students.

uLesson is creating a platform to revolutionize the way students learn and study for their exams. The company plans to include more subjects and features in the coming months.

Modupe Gbadeyanka is a fast-rising journalist with Business Post Nigeria. Her passion for journalism is amazing. She is willing to learn more with a view to becoming one of the best pen-pushers in Nigeria. Her role models are the duo of CNN's Richard Quest and Christiane Amanpour.

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