INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
For effective Information and Communication Technology (ICT) service and development, the ICT is split into Software and hardware Units with both working together to achieve results.
The University has invested immensely in ICT to enable it:
1. Provide a base at Clifford University in the development of interactive electronic teaching and learning tools thereby providing stimulating robust learning environment.
2. Ensure the University keep pace with modern trend development in global ICT initiative and best practices.
3. Provide adequate resources for intensive and extensive collaborative research in Information and Communication Technology.
4. Develop and provide appropriate and robust online assessment tools to all teaching staff in order to march learning objectives.
5. Provide an enterprise resources planning solution in the University portal as a single point of access to range of ICT tools and applications including data capturing, storage and dissemination of information to the University community.
6. Foster distinctive teaching and learning student-centered experience informed by a research intensive approach and environment as well as qualitative collaborative data exchange with other research centres.
7. Ensure secure, reliable and robust well managed ICT infrastructure that support maximum interactive across system.
8. Further drive computer and information literacy support in the University community in order to ensure most effective use of electronic tools through the provision of cyber cafes, internet access to staff offices, and facilitation of easy acquisition of personal laptops for all staff and students.
INTERNET CONNECTIVITY (V-SAT and Airtel Mobile Network)
The University’s Internet Service currently relies on Airtel Mobile Network with unlimited access and a speed of 6mb/ps and V-SAT on a broad band through LNI-1 Satellite with the earth station of 2.4m prode line dish on a dedicaqted C-band.
WIRELESS HOT SPOTS
Wireless hotspots currently exist at various strategic location in the University. Within these zones, wireless LAN enable devices ranging from laptops, desktop fitted with wireless cards, and hand held devices connect seamlessly to both the intranet and internet for communication and collaboration.