Startup Profile: Research Shelf — access educational materials and collaborate with fellow students online

by | Oct 6, 2017

On July 7, 2017, Research Shelf was launched as a virtual academic environment that allows students in tertiary institutions to collaborate and access educational materials.

Since the Internet is a place most people roam, we have painstakingly done research and shelf materials for students. Thus, is a final bus stop for students of higher institutions — Israel Ugbo, founder, Research shelf.

Since inception, Research Shelf has been shelving materials for students. These materials — in forms of books and research works — are categorised by departments. This makes it easy for students to access them at anytime. To further boast learning experience, students have the opportunity interact with private and official lecturers on the platform.

Research Shelf is working towards one goal: to be the ultimate destination for students’ research needs. Elucidating the startup’s mission, the founder, Israel Ugbo says that Research Shelf is set to change the face of education worldwide through technology. Obviously, this mission commences in Nigeria. And from the look of things, Israel will stop at nothing to attain global height.

If you are a Nigerian student, you might find resources on the website invaluable. You should visit immediately.

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