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Open and Distance Learning: A Veritable Tool For Enhancing Gender Equality in Higher Education
Several studies and available evidence have revealed that women in Nigeria have been denied access to education due to sociocultural practices and religious beliefs. Women are therefore grossly disadvantaged in education ...
Security Challenges as a Socio Economic Factor Engendering Gender Disparity of Access to University Education: Towards Full Utilization of Open and Distance Education in Curving Gender Disparity among Potential University Students in Nigeria
The paper is about the issue of insecurity situation in Kano State as one of the socio economic forces which, serves as a constraint to access to university education most especially to girls and women. It is abundantly ...
The Usage of Information Communication Technology (ICT) by women in Tertiary Institutions in Ekiti State, Nigera
The ICT is one of the key factors for sustainable development in the nation. Its usage for effective management, teaching and learning in higher Education cannot be overemphasized. This paper investigated the use of ICT ...
Bridging the Gender Gap in Education through Open and Distance Learning: The Case of Doctorate Students in some Cameroonian Universities
This study focuses on societal and cultural factors that cause gender inequality at the doctorate level in some Cameroonian universities, and how the use of Open and Distance Learning (ODL) can help address the gender ...
Clear and Present Danger! Quid Pro Quo Sexual Harassment as a Limit to Female Access to Quality Tertiary Education in South-West Nigeria
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2019-09)
Gender disaggregated data on tertiary enrolment in Nigeria generally indicate significant levels of disparity between female and male enrolment especially in Northern Nigeria. On the other hand, data for South-west Nigeria ...