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Volume 27 No 1

Volume 27 No 1, Nov., 2019
ISSN: 1596-3306


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

Effects of E-Learning and Conventional Learning on Students’
Performance in English Language
- Chiazoka K. Inyamah, Ph.D 13-21

E-Learning and Open and Distance Learning (ODL) - James O. Ezema, Ph.D 22-30

Effect of Projectors and Internet Facilities Usage on Teaching andLearning Outcomes of Accounting Courses in Selected Higher Institutions in South East, Nigeria - Dr. Ama Ibiam Obasi; Dr. Nancy C. Agha and Dr. Onwuka O. Onwuka 31-39

The New Media, Fake News and Citizenship Education in Nigeria- Justin Anyarogbu and Festus Anigbo 40-48

Influence of 2go Social Network on Students’ Study Habits in Colleges of Education in Enugu State - Nathaniel E. Olinya 49-58

Determination of the State of Architecture Studios of Kano University of Science and Technology, Wudil: A Solution for the Challenges of Architectural Education in Kano State of Nigeria - Ugbede Sunday Odaudu and Christopher Ileanwa Abdul 59-66

E-Learning and Mathematics Education in the 21st Century Nigeria – Regina Uchenna Okeagu 67-71

Benefits of Information and Communication Technology in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions - Dr. Lawrence Chukwuemeka Odoh 72-77

E-Learning and Education in Nigeria, Trends, Issues, Challenges and Prospects - Dr. Christiana N. Nwadiokwu 78-85

Challenges of E-Learning of Vocational Business Education in Tertiary Institutions in Akwa Ibom State - Augustine Bassey Etuk, Ph.D 86-92

Effective Utilization of E-Learning Facilities In Universities in Rivers State – Chidinma Patience Iheme and Samuel Nariochukwu Owhondah,
Ph.D 93-98

Impact of E-Finance on Economic Development of Nigeria - Eucharia O. Nwodoh 99-106

Creativity and Innovation in Teaching and Learning Through E-Learning: Issues and Challenges - Gift Uchenna Nwiyi, Ph.D 107- 111

Innovative Teaching Methods and Academic Performance of Students in Upper Basic Social Studies - Emmanuel Nnamaka Nwalado 112-119

Computer Aided Assessment in Integrated Science: Its Use and Students’
Perception - Evelyn Ngozi Offor 120-124

Application, Challenges and Prospects of E-Learning on Education in Federal College of Education Obudu; Cross River State - Chinyere Ngurukwem; Victoria Patrick Udoette and Gilbert Onyemachi Ede,
Ph.D 125-132

E-Learning Platforms Available in Office Technology and Management Programme in Nigeria Polytechnics: Trends, Issues and Challenges - Veronica Olannye and D. C. Mgbonyebi 133-142

Utilization of Cloud Computing Technology among Learners for Academic Purposes in Nigeria: A Case Study of Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Port Harcourt, Rivers State - Eunice C. Victor-Ishikaku, Ph.D 143-151

The Place of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for E-Teaching and E-Learning of Indigenous Languages in Nigerian Schools - Chinazom Chinyere Nwankwo and Maria Ngozi Njoku 152-158

E-Learning and Art Education in the 21st Century: Nigeria Prospect and Challenges - Talatu Titus Umbugadu and Obadofin Samuel Bamidele 159-167

E-Learning as an Effective Learning Instrument for Teaching and Learning: Challenges and the Way Forward - Fiokedu Sam Okorie, Ph.D 168-172

E-Learning and Teachers’ Job Effectiveness in Secondary Schools in Makurdi Education Zone of Benue State, Nigeria - Samuel Aondowase Gbough; Ezekiel Dondo Ivagher, Ph.D and Stella Ofukwu Ene 173-181

Inclusive Environment: The Physically and Visually Challenged and E-Learning Among Primary School Learners in Cross River State-Nigeria – Agashi Vincent Ayishie and Dr. Ndifon Friday Ogobi 182-187

Science Education Students And E-Learning In Nigerian Colleges of Education: A Case Study of F.C.E. Eha-Amufu - Joy Oluchi Anih; Hilary Chibuike Ugwu; Juliana Nwakaego Odo and Evelyn Ngozi Offor 188-192

Influence of Lecturers Area of Specialisation on the Utilisation of Information and Communication Technology for Teaching in Kwara State College of Education - Oluwakemi Olorunmonu 193-202

Use of Information and Communication(S) Technology (ICT) in English as a Second Language (ESL) Pronunciation Teaching in Nigeria: Access to Quality Education - Josephine Ego Obianyo 203-212

Impact of Oil Pollution on Niger-Delta Communities in Nigeria: A Review – Godwin O. Eshagberi and Jim Ofotokun 213-222

E-Learning and Educational Administration/Planning: Trends, Issues, Challenges and Prospects - Emmanuel Sunday Otu 223-228

Sports Management Application within Institutions of Learning – Areyenka Ufuoma Atufe 229- 234

Problems of Female Football League: The Way Forward Through the Sports Manager - Okagbare Favour Tayire, Ph.D 235-241

Integration of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) into Counselling Curriculum for Youth Sustainable Development in Anambra State - Uju P. Egenti, Ph.D 242-246

Sustainable National Development Through Polytechnic Education – Festus Otoba Ph.D and Abubakar Abdulrazaq 247-252

Availability and Utilization of ICT in Teaching Business Studies in Junior Secondary Schools in Boki Local Government Area of Cross River State – Veronica Akandu Kulo and Agbogo Regina Agor 253-260

E-Learning and Higher Education in Nigeria: Trends, Issues, Challenges and Prospects in the 21st Century –Dr. Nyege C. Nnokam 261-267

E-Learning and Teacher Education in the 21st Century Nigeria: Trends, Challenges and Prospects - Mark Terlumun Ijov, Ph.D and Vanen Kpurkpur 268-275

Assessment of the Use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in Combating Examination Malpractices in Secondary Schools in Ondo State, Nigeria - S. O. Ayelaagbe, Ph.D 276-281

The Role of the School Administrator in Funds Management in Nigerian Primary Schools - Dr. Ene Inyamu Egwa 282-287

E-Learning of Art Pedagogy in The Nigerian School System: Challenges and Prospects - Dr. Khadija Iyabo Tijani 288-294

E-Learning Resources and Students’ Academic Achievement in Secondary Schools in Benue South-West Senatorial Zone, Nigeria - Okpe Joseph Okpe, Ph.D; Mailumo Pius Iowashima, Ph.D and Samuel Aondowase Gbough 295-302