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Vol.1 No. 1

International journal
Of academia

Volume 1 No. 1, May, 2016

Contents

Open Educational Resources: Development and Expansion in Africa - Professor Sahr P. Thomas Gbamanja (GCOR) 1-17

Curriculum Strategies for Character and Skills Development in Africa-Assoc. Prof. Byron Maduewesi, Ph.D. 18-26

Study on Integration of ICT for Effective Teaching and Learning in Colleges of Education in Kaduna State, Nigeria -Uthman Shehu Lawal; Muhammad Auwal Yakubu and Ango Abdullahi Ladan, Ph.D. 27-45

Pragmatic Knowledge for Character and Skill Development in Africa - Raphael Olisa Maduabuchi, Ph.D . 46-56

Language Education for Character and Skills Development in Nigeria- Dr. Eventus D. Edem 57-65

Entrepreneurship Education for Character and Skills Development inAfrica - Chinna Claver Ogbonna, Roseline Mosunmola Adebayo and Deborah Olufunmilola Olatunde 66 – 77

Information and Communication Technology: A Tool for the Teaching and Learning of the English Language in the Open Educational Resources and Development in Nigeria- Iniobong Dominic Utin 78 – 87

Open Education Resources: Adopting Scientific Movement Theory to the Development and Expansion of Educational Administration in Nigeria
- Pius Mailumo lorwashima and John Pever 88 – 94

Information and Communication Technology: A Tool for Social Studies Delivery in Open Educational Resources Development and Expansion in Nigeria- Ima-Obong Marcus Akpan and Imoh-Obong Inyang 95-107

Open and Distance Education in Nigeria: The Use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the 21ST Century - R.M. Abohoand Clara D.S. Vande-Guma 96-118

Educational Administration/Management for Character and Skills Development- Dr. Gladys Uzoechina 97-127

The Prospect of Academic Libraries in the 21st Century: Challenges for Information and Communication Technology in Distance Education
- Ramatu O. Okomanyi 128 - 138

Entrepreneurship and Human Resource Development in the Attainment of Sustainability and Economic Growth in Nigeria - Paulinus Atep;
Andokie Andokie Asinde; Udama Dennis Udama and Richard
D.L Udie 139-146

Harnessing Open Educational Resources in Meeting the Challenges of Teacher Education in Nigeria- Zainab E. Ameh and Josephine Okloho 147 -155

Effectiveness of Social Skills Training Technique on Bullying Behaviour of Secondary School Students in Katsina State of Nigeria- Lawal Isiyaku 156-167

Enabling Policies and Fundamental Principles for Early Childhood Care Development in an Open Resource- Nabeela Mouktar Maccido 168-182

Effects of Problem - Based Learning Techniques (PBLT) and Discovery Based Instructional Strategies (DBIS) on Students Academic
Achievement in Physics
- F. D Eyenaka; Dr. Patrick J. Uko and D.E.John 183-196

Perspectives in Character and Skill Development: The Example of Apprenticeship in Visual Art - Kenneth Ubani 197 -208

Teacher Education for Character and Skills Development in Africa- David Egiri Obaike; Eje Sunday Ate and Inayi Lydia Adi 209 – 217

Entrepreneurship Education for Character Formation, Skills Development and Poverty Eradication: Implications for Science Education Curriculum.
- Dr. Innocent Chibuzor Anidu 218 – 227

Perception of Quality of Teaching in NTI Distance Education Programme in Nigeria- James O. Ezema, Ph.D. 228 – 239

Constraints of African Traditional Health Care Delivery as Potential Resource in National Development in Nigeria- Dr. Anthony Zaayem
Apenda 240 -252

Human Resource Management: As A Tool for Peace and Security in Nigeria- Gladys Shimenenge Vegher 25-258

Enhancing Nigerian Secondary School Teachers for Effectiveness in Development of Characters and Skills among Their Learners- Ochiwu Ibe Pius; Igbudu Ona James and Ogbaji Ode Alphunsus 259 – 267

Stem Education and Sustainable Development in Africa-Problems and Prospects- Simon Walter Umoh 268 – 275

Home Economics Education: Its Challenges and Contribution to National Development -Rosemary Collins Piate; and Maria-Assumpta Oton 276-284

Resource Situation and Administrative Effectiveness of SecondarySchool Principals in Eket Senatorial District of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria- Victoria Okon Bassey and Emmauel Sunday Otu 285 – 295

Open Educational Resources and Andragogical Practices in African Higher Education- Obiageli .N.D. Chukwuji and Victoria Ifeanacho 296 – 305

Reforms in Guidance and Counselling for Effective Educational Progress in Nigeria- Stella A. Usen, Ph.D. 306-315

The Role of Public Libraries and Emerging Technologies in Accessing OERS to Distance; Learners at Makerere University- Harriet
Mutambo Nabusbawo; Samuel Ndeda Siminyu and Paul Birevu Muyinda 316 – 326
Management Education in Africa: The Need for a New Pedagogical Approach and the Role of Open Educational Resources - Prof. David N. Abdulai 327-342

Distance Learning, Sandwich and Open Education System in Nigeria: Challenges and Prospects for Educational - Professor Adagba Okpaga 343 – 352

Enhancing Creativity and Innovation in Information and Communication Technology and Its Impact to the Global Economy - Amaka V. Okanume-Onah 353 – 365

Problems, Militating Against Nigerian Populace Achievement of Character and Skills Development Through Science Education -
Davis David Sambo; Dr Julie N. Nnoli and Joseph I. Udo 367 -376

The Effects of Computer Assisted Simulation (CAS) on Students Skill Development Achievement in Classroom Learning Process in Nigeria
- Joe-Obasi Adauzoh and Chiamaka C. Atueyi 377-388

Cloud Computing Education: A Panacea For Character and Skills Development in Africa (Using Nigeria as a Case Study). Dr Cecilia
Chinwe Ogbu; Dr. Nnenna Ezechi and Chinedu Obioma Okoye 389 – 398

English Language Issues in Open Educational Resources in Nigeria – Dr. Vero-Ekpris Gladstone Urujzian 399 – 405

Adequacy of Brick/Blocklaying and Concreting Building Tools and Equipment for Effective Teaching and Skill Acquisition in Construction
Trade in Yobe State Technical Colleges, Nigeria
- Vanduhe V. Apagu; Mustapha Ibrahim and Ningi Saidu Adamu 406-416

A Comprehensive Appraisal on the Benefits of Aerobic and Anaerobic Types of Physical Exercise on Human Development – Peter O. Oboh, Ph.D and Ufuoma Atufe 417-428

Funding Distance Education in Africa: Focus on National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) – Ngozi M. Ifediatu, Ph.D; Rose E. Kalu, Ph.D and Raphael C. Nwosu 429-440

Threats to Quality Assurance in Open Education: Open And Distance Learning - Binta Sani, Ph.D 441-448