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- ItemOpen AccessGwagwalada Community Telecentre Outfit(2019-09) Onwodi, Gregory; Akintola, MoshoodOwing to retrogressive state of cybercafe, this project, Gwagwalada Community Telecentre Outfit (GCTO) is well positioned to correct and promote improvement of standards and implementation of best practices by providing high speed Internet in a structured communication outfit for students of Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) and community people dwelling in Gwagwalada to meet the telecommunication needs of these August populace with triple-play services (Voice, Video and Data services). The implementation of this project was carried out using a dual-link to NIGCOMSAT-1R satellite with a view to deploying effective and modern ICT Centre at Gwagwalada, a satellite town in Abuja. The project began with NIGCOMSAT LTD installing Ku-band antenna and iDirect two-way IP router (X3 iDirect Evolution Modem) in the GCTO’s Server Room. GCTO Hotspot Wimax architecture is designed to make possible a Metropolitan Area Netwok (MAN) that lets typical community users and vast majority of National Open University (NOUN) students ubiquitously subscribe to a well secured wireless network at Gwagwalada and environs and not necessarily visiting the centre to acquire access to the network. My aim is also to show how Nigerian Communication Satellite (1r) can be utilized by the National Open University students as well as some rural dwellers in Gwagwalada by supporting Gwagwalada Community Telecentre Outfit (GCTO). Integration of Solar Power System with this project has uninterrupted power supply possible for the Centre. // Paper ID 164
- ItemOpen AccessImage Design and Animation(2017) Onwodi, Gregory; Osang, Francis; Jituboh, Enakeno; Olekan, Ogundipe; Onwodi, GregoryThis course covers basics of image design and animation in the context of mobile development. It is part of the seven courses related to Mobile Application Development.
- ItemOpen AccessTechnical Analysis of Learning Management Systems Towards Improving System Functionality(2022-09) Onwodi, Gregory; Ibrahim, FatimaPCF10 Sub-theme: Fostering Lifelong Learning // This is the era of online e-Learning solutions. Also, this had been highlighted with the new standard of "work/learn from home," a change brought upon us by the worldwide pandemic of COVID-19. However, there are no good explanations and detailed studies of most of the modern Learning management systems (LMS) platforms. This research proposes an analysis of the LMS systems and functionality of the LMS frameworks. The criteria for analysis of the LMS platforms in this Research are summarized in three categories: Learning skills tools, Communication tools, and Productivity tools. The main goal is to present a wide-range comparative analysis of ten electronic learning management systems. The lack of communication support leads to using web forums and social networks out of the LMS. This research provides an overview of the platforms, namely: "Moodle", "Black board”, “Canvas”, "iSpring Learn" etc. The research considered the advantages and disadvantages of each service, compared the platforms by a number of characteristics, namely: usability, mobility of the system, the presence of the built-in editor of the course, the availability of video conferencing, the availability of core functionality, additional functionality, support of various kinds of file extensions, the flexibility of the system, the availability of mobile applications, costs when using the platform, accessibility, and user-friendliness. These aspects are the main ones when choosing a platform, as they are key when using online learning services. The comparison is made based on literature reviews, analysis and interviews on the characteristics of the selected LMS providers. This research also provides some recommendations on the selection of the platforms to be adopted. The results of this study give readers information to make their own decisions when choosing an LMS platform based on the needs of their institution, organization, or business. // Paper ID 1761