Now showing items 1-5 of 5
Proposal for a Workshop
Campus radio stations emerged on the Nigerian broadcasting scene in the early 2000s. The first licence was given to the University of Lagos in 2002. As at 2009, about 27 campus radio licences had been issued and established ...
Proposal for Pre-conference Online Event
Over the past ten years, access to new media, particularly internet and telecommunication resources, has improved in Nigeria. Today the usual encumbrances associated with access to broadcasting licences are absent in the ...
Harnessing Campus Radio Resources for ODL in Nigeria: Case Studies from Universities of Lagos and Ibadan
Open and distance learning (ODL) started early in Nigeria’s educational system. The first generation universities had statutory mandate to engage in ODL. In later years, government provided broader access to higher education ...
Perception of students of Radio delivery of learning materials in Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi, Nigeria
The process and the practice of teaching and learning keep undergoing changes in order to maintain pace with developments and innovations in science and technology. Gradually but definitely, the profile and characteristics ...
Using Radio and Television Media to fight Climate Change: Echoes from Ghana
Background: This study is making a point of using diverse forms of media to fight climate change anywhere at the global level. A sample of 500 adult audience of 15 radios and television audience in Southern Ghana were ...