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From VOA Learning English, this is the Education Report. More than 100 million people in Nigeria are not connected to the Internet. There are only a few networks that offer service and it is costly and undependable. Now, a new project provides a resource for off-line viewing at no cost. A non-profit organization called The WiderNet Project has developed the offline eGranary Digital Library. The service puts millions of digital documents, multimedia work and websites onto a server. The information is then available to students, medical workers, and researchers at no cost, whether there is Internet or not. Users can get to informative websites that update information every day. Other resources on the service include university and medical publications, computer software, and educational games. Ahmadu Belo University is the largest university in Nigeria and the second largest in Africa. The university uses eGranary’s digital educational resources. Students can access tens of thousands of educational materials easily. Ibitoye Idowu is a first-year student of archeology. He says easy access to university reading materials, documents and journals has greatly helped his studies. Students now have great reading material, but only when there is electric power. It often fails. Mr. Idowu says that is difficult. Muhammed Mu’azu leads the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. Professor Mu’azu says the school paid a lot for access to the information. Now it is available to 40,000 students and teachers. Hundreds of schools, clinics and universities are connected to it in Africa, Southeast Asia and many other places.