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VOLUME 7 NO. 1, MAY, 2016

VOLUME 7 NO. 1, MAY, 2016
ISSN: 2276 – 9692

Open Education Resources: Their Development and Expansion In Africa – Prof. Anamuah Mensah 1

The Gap Between Teaching and Research in English Semantics: A Study of Tautology in English and Anaan Language -
Dr. Vero-Ekpris Gladstone Urujzian 8

Effective Strategies for Minimizing the Gap Between Teaching and Research in Technical Education for Sustainable Youth Engagement in Rivers State – Ukelabuchi Iloma; Dr. Okechukwu Amadike
and Obiazi Augusta Osaji 17

Counseling Needs of Students with Personality Disorders Toward Bridging The Gap Between Teaching and Research in Rivers State,
- Helen Chibundu Asita Ph.D & Mbang Ekong
Imona Ph.D 32

An Assessment of the Level of Awareness and Use of Open Education Resources by Lecturers and Students in a Nigerian
- Blessing N. Igwesi, Ph.D 43

Insecurity of School Farms and Teaching of Agricultural Subjects in Secondary Schools in Akwa Ibom State - Dr. Uduakobong Aniebiat Okon 54

Control Methods Used in Technical College Management by College Administrators in North-East Geo-Political Zone of Nigeria –Dr. S. S. Manabete; Hadiza Nuhu Usman and Sulaiman Adamu 64

Professionalism and Open Educational Resources [OER] in Africa: Teacher Professional and Professionalism Development Via OER- Dr. Mohammed Ibn Mukhtar 81

Towards Enhancing Government Policy on Entrepreneurship Development : A Veritable Tool for Poverty Reduction in Nigeria- Uyi-Ekpen Ogbeide, Ph.D and Moses Osamudiamen Izevbizua 94

Extension Class Practices and Application of Attention Span Theory in Private Primary School Administration in Imo State - Bernadette N. Okonkwo and Sebastine N. Nwankwo 107

Genotypic Performance among Flowering Traits in Exotic Sugarcane (Saccharum Officiinarum) Germplasm Accessions in
Southern Guinea Savanna Agro-Ecological Zone of Nigeria
A. M. Kwajaffa 118

Implementing the Universal Basic Education Curriculum in Nigeria for National Development and Quality Assurance: A Sociological Blueprint - Ignatius O. Onwe and Fredrick A. Odo, Ph.D 129

Emerging Culture of Violence among Secondary School Students (Adolescents): A Psychological Approach - Iyoha Innocent Awo and Rev. Sis. Dr. Amaka Obineli 141

Language and National Development: The Case of Mamser Campaign Rhetorics – Eventus D. Edem, Ph.D 154

An Appraisal of Asynchronous-E-Learning Effectiveness on Self-Learning Habit and Flexibility. A Study of Continuing Education Programme inOndo State, Nigeria - Martins Ojo Erinsakin, Ph.D; Smart Odunayo
Olugbeko and Akinyemi Olufunminiyi Akinbobola, Ph.D 166

Learners’ Support Services and Open Education Resources in Africa - Joy Obiageli Nwokolo-Ojo, Ph.D; Christopher Igwe, Ph.D and
Suobere T. Puyate, Ph.D 174

Psychometric Properties of the Scale for Measuring Service Quality among Online Distance Learners in Nigeria - Sule Dantani Yusufu, Ph.D 186

Bridging the Gap Between Teaching and Research in Accounting Departments of Nigeria Polytechnics - Chukwuemeka Okoro and E. O. Elechi 193

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 205

The Gap Between Teaching and Research in Youth Empowerment in Nigeria – Amaka Victoria Okanume-Onah and Uchechukwu
Kizito Ogu 216

Analysis of Predicate Argument Structure in Isekiri - Matsete Henry Orru 233

Management of Stress among Teachers in Nigeria - Dr. Gladys Uzoechina 238

Industrial Harmony: A Panacea for Enterprises Survival in Nigeria – Matthew I. Onuoha 247

Empowerment through Creativity in Fashion Design Institutes in South West Nigeria – Foluso Peter Osuntayo; Olowookere Peter Oladipo and Odubiyi James Abiodun 261