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Vol. 38 No. 1

Knowledge Review
Volume 38 No. 1, June, 2019
ISSN 1595-2126

E-learning and Education in the 21st Century in Nigeria: Trends, Issues,Challenges and Prospects - Professor Joy Chinwe Obunadike 1-12

Capacity Building Needs of University Lecturers in the Use of ICTBased Materials for Effective Teaching and Learning: A Study ofUniversity of Lagos - A.T. Lano-Maduagu 13-22

Attritional and Dishonest Tendencies as Determinants of Academic Commitment among Trainee Teachers: Implications for E-learning in Nigeria - Dr Henry Ojating and D. A. Uyanah 23-28

E-Learning Facilities Usage for Teaching Office Technology and Management Courses in Colleges of Education in Delta State - Helen S. Nwalado, Ph.D and Adaolisa Chioma Ikenokwalu 29-39

Systems Approach: A Veritable Tool for Quality Education in
- Eunice C. Victor-Ishikaku, Ph.D 40-47

Challenges and Prospects of E-learning in Universities in Abia State – Grace Uzaru Onwuchekwa, Ph. D and Charity Egondu Duru-Uremmadu 48-56

The Use of Semiconductor in Electronics in Ensuring Quality in Science and Technology - Helen Okwuoma Nnabuenyi and Florence Njideka Nzekwe 57-63

E-Learning as a Strategy for Enhancing Access to Music Education: Challenges and the Way Forward - Uzoma Ige Janet 64-67

Provision of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Rural Areas as a Means for Supporting Quality Education in Nigeria - Amaka Immaculata Chijioke and Justina Nwadiuto Chukwuebuka-Nwosu 68-74

Adoption of E - learning to the Study of Music Education at the
Nigerian Colleges of Education - Agatha Ngozi Abdullahi 75-80

Adoption of E-learning for Improving Teaching and Learning in
Technology and Vocational Education in Nigeria
- Emily O. Ibe 81-88 Integration of E-Learning into Physics Education in the 21st

Century – Ubana Arikpo Ubana; Ushie Cristopher Ada and Nicholas
Ntukoghe Njan 89-92

E- Learning and Open and Distance Learning: Issues, Trends and
Challenges in the 21st Century
- Celestina John Dibbari 93-99

E-Learning and Human Resource Development in the 21st Century Nigeria: Issues and Challenges - Oba Unoiza Oregwu 100-105

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) as a Tool
for Effective Administration of Higher Institutions
- Godspower Onyewuchi Amele 106-113

E-Learning and Educational Management: Trends, Issues, Challenges and Prospect - Ibrahim Tanko 114-119

Integration of E-learning in Secondary Schools and the Imperatives of Planning for Sustainable Improvement in Students' Achievement in Port-Harcourt Metropolis of Rivers State, Nigeria - Haruna Usman and Innocent U. Igbozuruike 120- 128

Teaching Language in the Classroom Without Boarders: The
Challenges before the Language Teacher in the 21st Century
- Comfort Aruya and David Adebola Adekoya 129-135

Mobile-Learning: An Essential Tool in the Delivery of Instruction at the Secondary School in the 21st Century-Trends, Problems and Prospects - Philip Chukwunyere Njuku, Ph.D 136- 140

Simulating Game-Cards on Secondary School Students’ Learning of Simple Mathematics in Education in Enugu Zone, Enugu State - A. O. Eboka; Lawrence Uzomah and Sunday Onyemenem 141-145

Perceptions of Educational Administrators and Lecturers on E-learning in Enugu State, Universities - Mercy N. Ogbonna 146-153

Importance of E-Learning in Public Secondary Schools in Bayelsa State Nigeria - Dare Stephen Krigbode, Ph.D and Chisa Tonye-Apiri, Ph. D 154-159

Availability and Utilization of E- learning Facilities for NCE
Biology Curriculum Delivery in Enugu State
- Obiageli Constance Ejilibe; Samuel Uche Ezenwosu, Philomena C. Chukwuemeka and Emmanuel Ikechukwu Nnamuonu 160-168

E-Learning and Language Education in the 21st Century Nigeria:
Trends, Issues, Challenges and Prospects - S. A. Idu and F. O.
Emaikwu 169-174

Influence of E-learning Facilities on the Teaching of Electrical Installation Craft in Technical Colleges in Rivers State - Tom
Chukwulenwa Christian and O. O. Obed 175-185

Incorporating E-Learning Strategies into Guidance and Counselling Services to Promote Learning among Primary School Pupils in Delta
- F. B. Ovri 186-196

Comparative Study of the Availability and Utilization of E-Learning Infrastructure in Federal and State Universities in South-East States, Nigeria - Dr. Chukwuemeka Joseph Chukwu ; Dr. Evelyn Ijeoma Ezepue and Dr. Ukamaka Felicia Iremeka 197- 205

Attitude towards Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Assisted Instruction: Social Studies Teachers Perspective - Emmanuel Nnamaka Nwalado 206- 211

Solution to the Challenges of E-Learning Education in Teaching
Religious Studies
- Florence Abiola Dare 212-217

Undergraduate Students’ Accessibility of Internet Facilities for Effective Teaching and Learning in Delta State Polytechnics - Joy Anwuli Ateli 218 - 228

Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century: Challenges of Modern Economics – Anthony Chigbu Nwagbara; Pius O. Ogudo, Ph.D and Jude U. Ukaegbu 229-235

E-Learning and Revitalization of Secondary Education in Nigeria: Trends, Issues, Challenges - Chinyere I. N. Eze 236- 241

Visual Art: A Basic Necessity in Sustainable National Development – Festus Otoba, Ph.D 242- 246

Instructional Media Utilization and Academic Performance of Chemistry Students in Secondary Schools - N. U. Ekanem and M. I. Obodom 247-251

Impact of Social Media on the Academic Performance of TertiaryInstitution Students (A Case Study of Federal College of Education
- Obiageli Grace Ngwu 252-258

A Study of Teachers’ Strategies to Develop Students’ Interest Towards Learning English as a Second Language - Theresa Oby Maduegbunam 259-265