Tablet of knowledge which is also known as "Opon Imo" is a learning gadget designed for the secondary school students in Osun state.
The idea of the Opon Imo came Into reality in 2013 during the second term of the former governor of Osun State, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola. The E-learning gadget was designed to help improve the academic performance of students in Osun State.
This idea behind this great achievement could be credited to the first son of the former governor, Mr Kabiru Aregbesola. Without mincing words together, Mr Kabiru He was believed to be the brain behind Opon Imo in Osun State.
Although many people were skeptical about its sustainability and its effectiveness in combating the low rate of student performance, especially for secondary school students who gets addicted to social media and internet easily.
Opon-Imo is a very advantageous gadget to students because of its numerous qualities which ranges from solar panel, ability to record audio lessons, ability to saves students the stress of copying notes and spare them more time to learn and a very strong battery.
The gadget also contains e-textbooks, past questions (WAEC and JAMB) and virtual classroom for all approved subjects. He also said that the project is worth over N4Billion.
Today, the tablet of knowledge happens to be the first e-learning system in sub-saharan Africa.
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