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Volume 8 No. 1 May, 2016

Volume 8 No. 1 May, 2016
ISSN: 2350-2401

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

Costing Human Resources: The Cost and Benefit Implications for Human Capital Development – Akpanim Ntekim Ekpe

E-Learning Resources of Open Educational Resources in Africa- James O. Ezema, Ph.D and Nneka Ada Onyebuchi

Open Educational Resources and Technology Advancement in Nigeria- Fiokedu Sam Okorie, Ph.D and Gift Uchenna Nwiyi, Ph.D

Gender and Age as Predictors of Adjustment among Distance Learning Students – A. A. Ladan, Ph.D

Creativity and Innovation in the Attainment of Sustainable Educational Resources for National Growth in Africa
Atep Paulinus Atep; Obono M. E. Ofem and Catherine Ewe

Quality Assurance in Open Educational Resources and Development of Primary School Teachers for Acceleration of
Basic Education in Africa
– Ekaette I. Ekpo, Ph.D

Open Education, Teacher Education and the Quest for Sustainable Human Capital Development in Nigeria – Saheed Olanrewaju Jabaar, Ph.D and Hauwa Ali

Management Education in Africa: The Need for a New Pedalogical Approach and the Role of Open Educational Resources – Prof.David N. Abdulai

Deepening Democratic Practices in Nigeria: A Roadmap to Wealth Creation and National Development – Joseph Joseph Suleiman and Idris M. Japa

Integrating Western and African Values of Healing among the Tiv as a Means of Development and Expansion in Africa – Terna Afella, Ph.D

Availability and Utilization of Open Educational Resources (OERs) as a Source of Learning Materials in Secondary Schools in Rivers State
– Ugochukwu Kysburn Agi, Ph.D and Anthony Harrison

Application of Open Educational Resources for Effectual Scholarship of Social Studies among Undergraduate Students in Kaduna State,Nigeria – Uthman Shehu Lawal; Aminu Muhammad and Adoke
Maimunat Ibrahim

The Role of Emotional Literacy in the Management of Open University in Nigeria- Catherine Uchechukwu Osuji, Ph.D

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

The Place of Language in the Development of Open Education in Africa – Theresa Oby Maduegbunam

Open Educational Resources: Complement to Conventional Education – Marilyn U. Uchoma, Ph.D

Availability and Utilization of Learner Support Services for Effective Open Learning in the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN)
- Dr. Edith Ngozi Eya

The Role of Open Education Resources in art Pedagogy at Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria – Khadijah Iyabo Tijani, Ph.D

Enhancing Quality Assurance in Open Educational Resources in Nigeria:Challenges and Way Forward – Usen Ikpe Godwin, Ph.D and Emmanuel Okon Akpan

Open Education Resources: Their Development and expansion in Africa-Prof. Anamuah-Mensah

E-Learning Resources and Open Education Resources in Nigeria –Joy Obiageli Nwokolo-Ojo, Ph.D ;Boniface K. Nande, Ph.D; Christopher Igwe,Ph.D and Suobere T. Puyate, Ph.D

Effectiveness of Cognitive Apprenticeship on Academic Productivity of Low Performing Students of Sule Lamido University, Kafin Hausa,Jigawa State, Nigeria – Danladi Sa’adu Ibrahim

Open Education Resources in Africa: Challenges and Prospects– Idoko Reuben Otoja, Ph.D and Mary Ogayi Otoja

Professionalism and Open Educational Resources (OER) in Africa: Teacher Professionalism and Professionalism Development via OER – Dr. Mohammed Ibn Mukhtar

Recreating Nigerian Education to meet 21st Century Challenges – Edith Obiageli Ojiako, Ph.D and Gloria Ogoegbunam Amaefula

Cultural Issues in Open Educational Resources in Africa - The Nigeria Experience – R. M. Aboho; Jacob Tavershima Asema and Patricia Ngounda Asema

A Survey of Pedalogical Practices in Open and Distance Learning(ODL) Systems in Nigeria – Thomas A. N. Nzerem

Family Structure, Roles and Parental Practices on Children's Academic Achievement - Dr. Ibrahim Muhammad Yabo and Katheryn Bright Nwakaibie

Harnessing Open Educational Resources to Meet the Challenges of Teacher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa – Juliana H. Tsaku

The Use of E-Library in Enhancing Open Education Resource Materials in Teaching Chemistry in Colleges of Education – Chinyere M. Okoye

Open and Distance Education in Nigeria: Benefits and Challenges – Chioma A. Oriaku; Tosin Olushola and Grace Ojonoma Akagu

Towards the Effective Management of Human Resource Development in Nigeria: The Distance Education in Focus – Faith Komolafe

Open Resource Development and Expansion in Africa: Strengthening Citizenship Education for Effective Development of Learners in Open and Distance Educational Institutions in Central Nigeria – John Iorlamen Pever and Pius Iorwashima Mailumo

Enhancing Qualitative Basic Education in the Sub-Saharan Region of Africa – Joy C. Kalu-Nwiwu and Kennedy C. Anyadike

Teachers and Teaching Assignment of Core Subject Areas: Study of Mathematics in Nigerian Primary Schools: Challenges and respects –Adeniyi J. Adeniji; Oluwakemi T. Adeniji and Abba Adamu

Open Educational Resources in Nigeria: A Critical Appraisal of the Challenges and Benefits of the 21st Century - Pius Utofi Akpereka;Miria Effah; Cyril K. Evey; Grace Kayang and Cecilia Ugbong