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PublicationEDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY(University of Ilorin, EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY) (Education, Grad) Prof. Oyeronke. O. Ogunlade ; Prof. A. Yusuf ; Dr. O. J. Ojo ; Dr. Blessing Aboyeji ; Dr. O. S. Koledafe ; Abdulwahab Mahmud ; Mrs. Bankole OgechiThis module contains information about educational technology. It explains the concept of educational technology as being both a theoretical and practical field. The various definitions of the concept are explained. The module also emphasizes on media, models of communication and an all-inclusive discussion on the selection and use of instructional media are also discussed. The course explains the systematic planning of the use of instructional media for teaching and learning using the ASSURE model, conditions essential for the utilization of media and materials in lesson presentation, factor militating against effective use of instructional media in Nigerian higher institutions, and, audio and audio-visual media in instruction. The application of Computer, ICT in Teaching and Learning are also discussed in this course.
PublicationMATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH NURSING I(University of Ilorin, Nursing Science) (Medicine and Dentistry, Undergrad) Dr. Joel O. Aluko ; Dr. Olayinka A. Onasoga ; Dr. Simeon K. Olubiyi ; Dr. Simeon K. OlubiyiMidwifery is as old as when the first child was born and it’s the first health profession documented in history (Gen 35:17). For centuries, birth was part of family life and took place at home. Women learned about pregnancy and childbirth by asking female family members or friends and by being present when other women gave birth. In this present age, while most deliveries are hospital based, midwives are trying to bring maternal and child health services to women in their community and homes
PublicationINTRODUCTION TO SYSTEM PROGRAMMING(University of Ilorin, Computer Science) (Computer, Undergrad) Dr. Shakirat A. Salihu, Mr. H. A. Mojeed and Dr. M. Abdulraheem ; Abdulwahab MahmudSystem program is one of the types of software that its development lies entirely with the manufacturers of the system and its aid in the efficient running of other applications in the system. This unit introduces you to the concept of system programming, its characteristics, goals and component.
PublicationCyberethics and Digital Citizenship(University of Ilorin, Centre for Open and Distance Learning) (Computer, Non-credit) Dr. Dunmade Aderinola Ololade ; Mrs. Olasehinde-Williams Olabanke ; Abdulwahab Mahmud ; Mrs. Bankole OgechiThe Internet and technological advances have made the world a global village, allowing strangers to interact and share ideas. While this is generally beneficial to all users of cyberspace because a wide variety of activities can now be done online, the literature suggests a rise in cyber ethical misbehaviors like plagiarism, copyright and software theft, phishing, and hacking. Others include cyberbullying, spamming, internet libel, identity theft, child pornography, cyber-sex, sexting, revenge pornography, cyberloafing, cyber-squatting, domain-squatting, cyber-espionage, copyright infringement, financial theft, cyberstalking, and pornography. Several factors have been attributed to this apparent predisposition of netizens to engage in unethical cyber practices and cyber ethical misbehaviors, including a lack of awareness of ethical guidelines regarding the proper use of cyberspace, a tendency among users to focus solely on the benefits of legal and illegal cyberspace use, and increased dependence on cyberspace, among others. Other factors that contribute to unethical behaviorsin cyberspace include a perceived gap between personal and institutional rights, cyberspace's ethical blandness or neutrality, a lack of victims, situational and personal factors, and anonymity. Individual netizens must ensure that their use of ICT does not violate the rights of others, despite civil society's restrictions.