Ogunlade O. O.

Name: OGUNLADE Oyeronke Olufunmilola (Mrs) PhD 
Department: Science Education

Status: Lecturer I
Department of Science Education University of Ilorin 2008 to date:
(a)Level Adviser 200and300 level Educational Technology Students
(b)Assistant Coordinator Postgraduate Seminar presentations
(c)Lecturing Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses and Supervision of research projects

Academic and Professional Qualifications           
Ph.D. Curriculum Studies and Educational Technology University of   Ilorin:  2003                                                                         
M.Ed.(Educational Technology)University of Ilorin: 1988
B.A. (Ed.) (Christian Studies) University of Ilorin:  1985
NCE Oyo State (Now Osun) College of Education Ila-Orangun:  1982
Microsoft Sponsored Basic ICT Skills. School Net Nigeria: 2006
Certificate in Word Processing and Desktop Publishing. Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Ogbomosho:   2006

Research Interest 

  • Curriculum Studies (in relation to Basic, Secondary and Higher Education).
  • Information Communication Technology related Studies.(effects on  different organizations, basic and Secondary schools, higher education etc
  • Evaluation of the Adequacy and Suitability of Educational Technology in some Faculties of Education in Nigeria.
  • Gender related studies

Contact Information
Department of Science Education, University of Ilorin
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Telephone: 08032455690, 08057343200


Her Publications are:
  1. Onasanya, S.A, Shehu, R.A, Ogunlade, O.O and Adefuye, A.L (2010) Teachers Awareness and Extent of Utilization of Information Technologies for Effective Science and Health Education in Nigeria.  Singapore Journal of Scientific Research Published by Science Alert  Publication.http://scialert.net/qredirect.php?doi=sjsres.0000.17842
  2. Ogunlade O.O (2008) Evaluating Educational Technology Component of Teacher Education Curriculum in Colleges of Education in Nigeria. Sokoto Education Review 10(2) 200 – 210. Journal (Published by Faculty of Education and tension services. Usman Dan Fodio University of Sokoto Nigeria).
  3. Ogunlade O.O (2006) Professionalisation Issues with teaching in Nigeria.14 (1) 23 – 32. Nigeria Journal of Curriculum Studies.( Published by  Curriculum Organization of Nigeria.) www.curriculum organization of nigeria.org.
  4. Ogunlade O.O (2005) The Concept and Processes of Educational Technology for Improved Educational Performance in Nigeria. African Journal of Educational Studies Botswana (AJES) 3(2) 451 – 460 (Published by Faculty of Education University of Botswana Gaborone Botswana.
  5. Ogunlade O.O (2005) Improvisation in instructional Technology: Implications for Primary and Teacher Education. Nigerian Journal of Teacher Education and Teaching 1(2) 51-56 (Published by Nigeria Association of Teacher Education and Teaching).
  6. Ogunlade O.O (2002) Teacher Effectiveness and the Universal Basic Education in Nigeria. Chapter 30: 306-310. African Journal of Information Technology. A publication of the Nigeria Institute for Educational Planning and Administration. (NIEPA)Ogunlade O.O (1999)
  7. The Implication of Educational Technology For Teacher   Education programmes in Nigeria. 6(1) 117- 119. (Published   by   International Association of Information Technology for the Development of Africa.(AITIDA)
  8. Ogunlade O.O (1993) Better Life Programme for Rural Women: A challenge to Educational Technology. Journal of Educational Media and Technology (JEMT) 3(3) 598-603(Published by National Association of Educational Media and Technology (NAEMT).
  9. Ogunlade O.O (1992) Educational Film Evaluation in the Teaching/learning process. Journal of Educational Media and Technology (JEMT) 5(1) 214 -222(Published by National Association of Educational Media and Technology (NAEMT).
  10. Ogunlade O.O (1992) Educational Broadcasting in Nigerian Primary and Secondary Schools. Journal of Educational Media and Technology (JEMT) 5(1) 115 – 205 (Published by National Association of   Educational Media and Technology (NAEMT)
  11. Ogunlade O.O (1992) Educational Technology and The mass Media:  Their Influence on the Teaching Learning Process. Journal of Educational Media and Technology (JEMT) 3(2) 394 – 405 (Published by National Association of Educational Media and Technology (NAEMT).
  12. Ogunlade O.O (1991) Educational Technology: Towards Effective Maintenance of High Academic Standard. Journal of Educational Media and Technology (JEMT) 3(1)86-89(Published by National Association of Educational Media and Technology (NAEMT)