I was pleased to meet with the Coordinator of the e-DON Initiative and looks forward to furthering collaborations on the initiative as it relates to facilitating training, seminars, conferences and certification. the use of technology to enhance classroom linkages is laudable and we look forward to bringing the partnership with e-DON stronger to enhance education across the world.
Ms. Nancy Overholt
The institute of International Education
It is good to see great ideas materialize to be functional programs set up to empower and enhance our education, learning and teaching community, particularly on a global scale. This program has what it takes to give the developing world not just the continent of Africa options on how to educate it people on an international scale without the worries associated with the brain drain syndrome as well as utilizing the African diaspora to be of benefit to their motherland.
Training low and mid-management, as well as experts in the field of oil and gas, is always tedious and expensive when considering what entails for travel and accommodation but this initiative (e-DON) assists by bringing technocrats, experts and facilitators to your community by virtue of the technology used (multi-media). I hope this initiative spreads across Nigeria, African and indeed the world.
(Late) Prof. Elijah Tamuno Iyagba
Fmr. Rector Federal Polytechnic for Petroleum Resources. Bonny Island