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Unam opens student ICT hub.


The Computer Centre at the UNAM Windhoek campus has set up a student Information Communication Technology Hub which forms part of the Centre S aim to give students a help desk of their own and to assist all students with all IT-related technical problems. "The Hub" as it is known is the brainchild of the Director of the Computer Centre, Nabot Uushona. He said the Hub was set up for students to use ITC to their benefit as stakeholders at the university. This facility is open to all students from 07:30 to 16:30from Monday to Friday. It has network points, wireless points as well as ten electrical points and two I-MAC computers that the students can use. (In the picture) Student assistants at "The Hub", Joseph Kasera, Toufie Munashimwe and Mombili Matsi.
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Publication:Namibia Economist (Windhoek, Namibia)
Date:Sep 7, 2012
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