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Students saved from bulky books

Students saved from bulky books

Twenty students of the Masters programme in Logistics received e-readers at a ceremony held at the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) based Namibian-German Centre for Logistics (NGCL), last week. This is the first time that logistics students enrolled in the Masters programme in Logistics are provided with an e-reader with their preloaded required reading books on them.  E-Books improve the access of the students to online material and resources including the NUST e-learning network and are also much cheaper to purchase. Dean of school of Management Sciences Dr. Ogbokor at NUST performed the handover to the students. The twenty e-readers represent a value of close to N$40,000 which was funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and facilitated by NGCL.

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