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Education is not a scam; it is immensely rewarding



The higher you go in garnering knowledge and certifications, the more you realise both what you know and what you don't know. As you climb the academic ladder, you become more cautious and humble.

When I only had a first degree, I was reckless in my writing, confidently making submissions without leaving room for amendments or debate. I remember when my supervisor was assigned to me for my Master’s dissertation at the University of Strathclyde. The first person informed was my wingman and ABURO, Dr. Fisayo Ajala. Fisayo read my supervisor’s citation and remarked, “Bro, you’ll work o.” Another Ph.D. holder, a female friend who was with him at the time, said something similar, and we discussed it at length.

At that point, because I was reading so much and adapting various writing styles from writers I admired, I told Fisayo and the other lady, “even she sef go take say she meet person.” My dear people, I wrote the proposal and Chapter One just once, but my literature review, methodology, and analysis were a different story. My supervisor was meticulous and passionate about facts and figures. I was even more (un)lucky to be working on the Russia-Ukraine war using two UK newspapers she was familiar with. She was particularly focused on gender and feminism, so I had to be cautious and political with my language. I couldn't trick her! She had a First Class in English (I only had a Second Class, Upper Division), a Distinction in Communicatio... [Continue Reading]


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METAPHYSICS AS A BRANCH OF PHILOSOPHY

Course: GST 102
Number of topics: 17
Category: Business

METAPHYSICS AS A BRANCH OF PHILOSOPHY... [Continue Reading]


Uche Okeke (1933-2016) illustrator, painter, sculptor and art professor

Course: African Artists and Drawing
Number of topics: 8
Category: Arts

Uche Okeke was born on 30 April 1933 in Nimo, Njikoka Local Government Area of Anambra State, Nigeria Between 1940 and 1953, he attended St. Peter Claver's (Primary) School, Kafanchan, Metropolitan College, Onitsha, and Bishop Shanahan College, Orlu, Nigeria, during which time he had already begun to demonstrate an avid interest in drawing and painting. Before being admitted to read Fine Art at Nigerian College of Arts, Science and Technology (NCAST), now Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria between 1957 to 1962 (“Uche Okeke”, 2022). He also studied stain glass and mosaic techniques at the Fran... [Continue Reading]


Break Line, paragraph, Align and Headings

Course: Introduction to HTML and Web Technology
Number of topics: 8
Category: Programming

If you have completed lesson two you may be wondering how can you make a text to continue from another line, add a paragraph, alighn text to the center or make a text bigger. All these will be dicussed in this lesson three.

First let us learn how to edit the web page we had created in lesson one, please follow this simple steps:

Editing the webpage
Follow the step below to do this:
STEP1. Right click on the webpage
STEP2. Point to "Open With" from the menu list
STEP3. Then click "Notepad" from the sub-menu
(Note If Notepad can not ... [Continue Reading]


ETHERS: Naming, Preparations, Reactions and Understanding naming of Crown Ethers

Course: Chemistry with Dr. Anita
Number of topics: 10
Category: Science

In this class, ethers are discussed in detail via recorded lectures to enable you listen to it over and over again for better understanding. This lecture will help you to understand and tackle questions as regards ethers including how to name crown ethers.

Dr. Anita... [Continue Reading]


Introduction to Web Technology

Course: Introduction to HTML and Web Technology
Number of topics: 8
Category: Programming

Web technology refers to the tools, protocols, and standards used to create, manage, and interact with content and services on the World Wide Web. It encompasses a wide range of technologies and disciplines that enable the functioning of websites, web applications, and internet services. Here's a brief introduction to some key aspects of web technology:

HTML (Hypertext Markup Language): HTML is the foundational language used to structure and present content on the web. It uses tags to define the elements of a web page, such as headings, paragraphs, images, links, and more. ... [Continue Reading]


Introduction to CSS

Course: Styling (Beautify) Website
Number of topics: 2
Category: Programming

One of the key principles of web development is the separation of content (HTML) and presentation (CSS). HTML defines the structure and content of a web page, while CSS is responsible for its visual style.

Selectors and Declarations: CSS uses selectors to target HTML elements and declarations to define the styles for those elements. A declaration consists of a property (e.g., color, font-size) and a value (e.g., blue, 16px).

CSS Syntax: A basic CSS rule looks like this:

selector {
    property: value;
}

h1 {
    color: green;
}
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ELECTRICITY 4

Course: Physics
Number of topics: 17
Category: Science

This is one of the series on Electricity: for high school.... [Continue Reading]


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Making the Most of Life: A Journey to Purpose
Category: Business
Number of topics: 7
Posted by: David Mba

General African Studies (GST 201)
Category: Business
Number of topics: 1
Posted by: David Mba

GST 102
Category: Business
Number of topics: 17
Posted by: David Mba

Use of English
Category: Arts
Number of topics: 0
Posted by: Samson Dawodu Abiodun

African Artists and Drawing
Category: Arts
Number of topics: 8
Posted by: Benjamin Onuorah

Flask: Python Web Development
Category: Programming
Number of topics: 16
Posted by: Benjamin Onuorah

Chemistry with Dr. Anita
Category: Science
Number of topics: 10
Posted by: Sir John Jollynery

Physics
Category: Science
Number of topics: 17
Posted by: Sir John Jollynery

Programming (Pdf Materials)
Category: Programming
Number of topics: 2
Posted by: Benjamin Onuorah

Programming (Video Materials)
Category: Programming
Number of topics: 1
Posted by: Benjamin Onuorah

Web development using PHP and MySQL
Category: Programming
Number of topics: 27
Posted by: Benjamin Onuorah

Python Programming
Category: Programming
Number of topics: 11
Posted by: Benjamin Onuorah

Styling (Beautify) Website
Category: Programming
Number of topics: 2
Posted by: Benjamin Onuorah

Introduction to HTML and Web Technology
Category: Programming
Number of topics: 8
Posted by: Benjamin Onuorah

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