Prof. Emunemu B.O.


 

 

 

 

 

Benedict Oyovwevotu EMUNEMU

Academic and Professional Qualifications B.Ed, M.Ed., Ph.D (Ib.)

 

 Professor

Area of Specialisation

Educational Management

 

 Office

Department of Educational Management,

University of Ibadan, Ibadan,

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List of publications:

   (i)        Books or Chapters in Books already published

  1. Nwankwo, J.I. & Emunemu, B.O. (2015). Handbook on Research in Education and the Social Sciences: a Resource for Theses, Dissertations and Projects. Ibadan: Giraffe Books
  2. Emunemu, B.O. & Akinwumi, F.S. (Eds) (2014) Educational Management in Africa: papers in Honour of Professor John Iheukwumere Nwankwo. Ibadan: Department of Educational Management, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
  3. Olaniyan, C. & Emunemu, B.O. (2014). Influence of Social Media Usage on the Study Habit of Undergraduate Students in Oyo State, Nigeria. In Emunemu, B.O. & Akinwumi, F.S (Eds). Educational Management in Africa: papers in Honour of Professor John Iheukwumere Nwankwo. Ibadan: Department of Educational Management, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, 471-492
  4. Odunsi, T. & Emunemu, B.O. (2014). Influence of Human Resource Personnel on the Output of Alternative Educational Academies in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. In Emunemu, B.O. & Akinwumi, F.S (Eds). Educational Management in Africa: papers in Honour of Professor John Iheukwumere Nwankwo. Ibadan: Department of Educational Management, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, 525-535
  5. Emunemu, B.O. and Isuku, E.J. (2013). Higher education and national development. In Soji Oni (Ed) Challenges and Prospects in African Education System. Trafford Publishing INC: North America and Internationals – U. S.A & Canada, pages 349-364
  1. Ayeni, A.O. and Emunemu, B.O. (2012): Effects and consequences of strike action among Nigerian university lecturers. In Soji Oni (Ed) Revitalizing Nigerian Education in Digital Age. Trafford Publishing Company, U.S.A, pages 462-473
  2. Emunemu, B. O. (2009) The Challenges of Conducting Educational Research in Colleges of Education. In A. O. Ajayi (Ed) Institutionalization of Research and Development. Ibadan: Codat Publications, 115-126 
  3. Babalola, J.B. and Emunemu, B.O. (Eds) (2007): Issues in higher education: research evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa. Lagos: Bolabay publications. 
  4.  Emunemu, B. O. (2004) Distance Education in Nigeria: Strategies for Teaching at a Distance. In E.O Fagbamiye, J.B. Babalola, M. Fabunmi and A.O Ayeni (Eds) Management of Primary and Secondary Education in Nigeria. NAEAP Conference Proceedings. Ibadan: NAEAP in association with Codat Publications, 243-253 
  5. Emunemu, B. O. & Ayeni, A. O. (2003) The Social Benefits of Educating Girls and Women in Nigeria. In J. B. Babalola and S. O. Adedeji (Eds) Contemporary Issues in Educational Management: A Book of Honour. Ibadan: Department of Educational Management, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, 137-150      
  6. Emunemu, B.O. (2003) Performance Evaluation, Quality Control and Accountability in the Primary School System. In A. Ajayi and A. Olayisade (Eds) Education Quality Assurance: Ekiti SPEB Initiative. Ibadan: Gabesther Educational Publishers, 97-109
  7. Awosika, Y; Babalola, J.F; Fabunmi, M.F; Osiki, J.O. & Emunemu, B. O. (Eds). (2001) Topical Issues in Education: Papers in Honour of Professor C. O. Udoh. Ibadan: Codat Publications
  8. Emunemu, B. O. (1999) Determinants of Educational Development. In Mobolaji Ogunsanya (Ed); Basic Processes in Education, Ibadan: Andrian Publication Series, 43-57.
  9. Emunemu, B.O. (1999): The gender gap in basic education: evolving strategies to increase girls’ access.  In J.O. Obemeata; S.O. Ayodele and M.A. Araromi (Eds) Evaluation in Africa. Institute of Education, University of Ibadan, Ibadan; 360-367.

 

Articles that have already appeared in Learned Journals.

  1. Okeke, J.U. & Emunemu, B.O. (2016). Class size and timetable loads as determinants of teachers’ job performance in public secondary schools in Lagos State, Nigeria African Journal of Educational Management, Vol. 17, No. 1, Jan, 255-266. 

16.  Akintayo, A. & Emunemu, B.O. (2014). University Curriculum Offer and Labour Market Requirement: University of Ibadan Experience. East Africa Journal of Educational Research and Policy. Vol. 10, December, 59-81. 

17.  Adu, E. O., Emunemu, B. O. & Oshati, Titilola. (2014). The role of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and higher education in sustainable development. Journal of Communication. Vol 5. No. 2, 181-190.

18.  Emunemu, B.O; Isah, E.A & Isuku, E.A. (2014). Student Perspectives on Open Distance Learning in Universities in South-West, Nigeria. Journal of Sociology and Education in Africa. Vol. 12, No. 3 (June), 307-320

19.  Emunemu, B.O & Kasali, O.J (2014). Entrepreneurship Education and Graduate Unemployment in Oyo State, Nigeria. African Higher Education Review. Vol. 7 (2), (September) 7-21

20.  Emunemu, B. O; Adu, E. O. & Yusufu, I. O. (2014). The influence of selected elements of school culture on students’ academic performance in South-Western Nigeria. Ghana Journal of Development Studies.  Vol. 11. No.1, 58-77

21.  Ajadi, T.O and Emunemu, B.O. (2013) Open and distance learning: potentials, disappointments and connections with globalization. Nigerian Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation. Vol. 12. Special Edition, 103-111

22.  Emunemu, B.O. and Isuku, E.J. (2012). Improving teacher productivity and performance for better learning outcomes in Nigeria public secondary schools. Journal of Pedagogical Thought. Vol.5, Jan, 53-71

23.  Emunemu, B.O; Oyekan, O.A and Isah, E.A. (2012) Management of teacher development programmes, productivity and students’ academic performance in secondary schools in Oyo State, Nigeria. Journal of Education, Vol. 4, Dec, 5-17

24.  Isah, E.A; Fabunmi, M and Emunemu, B.O. (2012) Information availability for educational management in Nigerian universities: options for reforms. African Journal of Pedagogy, Vol. 4, Dec, 157-173

25.  Isuku, E.J and Emunemu, B.O. (2012) Achieving global access to university education in Africa: challenges and strategies from the Nigerian experience. Journal of Sociology and Education in Africa. Vol. 11, No 1, (Special Edition) January; 107-127 

26.  Isuku, E.J. and Emunemu, B.O. (2012) Increasing access and reducing operational unit cost in public secondary schools in Edo Sate, Nigeria. West African Journal of Education. Vol. 32; 114-128

27.  Isuku, E.J & Emunemu, B.O. (2012) Trend analysis in the funding of university research in Nigeria: implications for social and economic development in an emerging economy. Journal of Educational Review, Vol. 5, No. 3, Jul-Sept, 33-341

28.  Onuka, A.O.U & Emunemu, B.O. (2012) The Role of Information and Communication Technologies in the Development of Management Manpower in Nigeria. Journal of Librarianship and Law. Vol. 5, Jan. 29-40 

  1. Akintayo, A. & Emunemu, B.O (2012) Curriculum inadequacies and quality of higher education in Nigeria: a case study of University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Journal of Pedagogical Thought. Vol.6, April, 125-142

30.  Etadon, F.I; Isuku, E.J. and Emunemu, B.O. (2011) Technical and vocational education for the growth of small and medium scale enterprises: implications for industrial development in Nigeria. African Journal of Educational Research. Vo.15, Nos.1&2, Jan.-Dec. 116-127

31.  Ajadi, T.O & Emunemu, B.O. (2011) Effectiveness and Use of Print Instructional Delivery Mode in National Open University of Nigeria. East Africa Journal of Educational Research and Policy. Vol. 6, December, 95-105 

32.  Agu, A.O & Emunemu, B.O. (2011). Moving towards entrepreneurial university paradigm to support sustainable social and economic            development in Nigeria. Journal of Educational Review, Vol. 4, No. 4, Oct-Dec, 477-488

33.  Emunemu, B.O. & Isuku, E.J. (2011). Improving teacher productivity and performance for better learning outcomes in Nigeria public secondary schools. East Africa Journal of Educational Research and Policy. Vol. 5, June,  111-127

34.  Erwat, Eseza A; Isah, E.A & Emunemu, B.O (2010) Challenges of information communication technologies in universities. A case study of two Nigerian universities. East Africa Journal of Educational Research and Policy. Vol. 4, June,  87-104

  1. Emetarom, U.G & Emunemu, B.O. (2010) Restructuring Teacher Education for Sustainable Development in a Globalized World. International Journal of Continuing and Non-Formal Education. Vol. 7, No. 1, 102-114
  2. Campbell, Omolara & Emunemu, B.O. (2010) The Adoption of Mobile Phones in Maintaining Teaching and Learning Quality Assurance in Nigerian Private Universities. African Higher Education Review, Vol. 3, No. 1-6, Dec, 2010
  3. Onuka, A.O.U & Emunemu, B.O. (2010) The Role of Research and Higher Education in Sustainable Development in Nigeria. Journal of Educational Review, Vol. 3, No. 4, Oct-Dec, 509-516
  4. Emunemu, B.O, Archibong, I.  & Emetarom, U.G. (2010) Innovation and Invention in Nigerian University Education: The Emerging Management Issues. West African Journal of Management and Liberal Studies, Vol. 5, No. 1, April, 157-170
  5. Emunemu, B.O & Isuku, E.J. (2010) Alternative Strategies for Sustaining the Revenue Base of Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria. West African Journal of Management and Liberal Studies, Vol. 4, No. 1, April, 119-130
  6. Emunemu, B. O; Oshati, T. & Adu, E. O.  (2010) Quality of Work Life as Determinant of Teacher Productivity in Secondary Schools in Oyo State, Nigeria. West African Journal of Management and Liberal Studies, Vol. 4, No. 1, April, 131-144
  7. Emetarom, U.G & Emunemu, B.O. (2010) Research in African Higher Education: Challenges and Management Opportunities for Reform and Sustainable Development. African Journal of Educational Management, Vol. 13, No. 1, Jan, 185-201
  8. Onuka, A.O.U & Emunemu, B.O. (2009) Managing the Challenges of Schooling in Ibadan Rural Settings of Oyo State, Nigeria. African Journal of Educational Management Vol. 12, No 2, June; 169 –189.
  9. Emunemu, B.O. & Onuka, A.O.U (2009) The Role of Stakeholders and Partners in the Effective Management of Education for Sustainable Development in Sub-Saharan Africa. Studies in Education, Vol. 10, No. 1 & 2, June, 130-144

44.  Isuku, E.J. and Emunemu, B.O. (2009): Economic relevance of widening access to higher education in Nigeria. Journal of Sociology and Education in Africa. Vol. 9, No 2, June; 157-173

  1. Onuka, A.O.U & Emunemu, B.O. (2009) The Role of University Education in Leadership Preparation in Nigeria. Journal of Educational Review, Vol. 1, No. 1-2, Jan-June, 19-25
  2. Uwakwe, C.B.U; Falaye, A.O; Emunemu, B.O & Adelore, O. (2008) Impact of Decentralization and Privatization on the Quality of Education in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Nigerian Experience. European Journal of Social Sciences, Vol 7, No 1, November, 160-170
  3. Emunemu, B. O. (2008) Promoting Private Sector Participation in Education and Skills Development in Nigeria. European Journal of Social Sciences, Vol 6, No 4, September, 165-170
  4. Adu, E. O. & Emunemu, B. O. (2008). Relative Effects of Problem-Solving and Concept Mapping Instructional Strategies on Students’ Achievement in Economics. African Research Review. Vol 2, No 1, January, 109-123
  5. Babalola, J. B. & Emunemu, B. O. (2006). Politics of University Governance in Nigeria at the onset of the 21st Century. Mosenodi (Journal of the Botswana Educational Research Association). Vol. 14, No 1 & 2, 50-66  
  6. Emunemu, B. O. (2006) The Quest for a New Paradigm for Nigerian Schools in the Twenty-First Century. Journal of Sociology and Education in Africa. Vol. 5, No 2, June, 115-127
  7. Emunemu, B. O. (2004) The Relevance of Nigeria’s Universal Basic Education (UBE) Programme to National Development. International Journal of Literacy Education. Vol 2, No 1, Jan – June, 84-94
  8. Emunemu, B. O. (2001) Effective Administration and Financial Management in Secondary Schools. African Journal of Educational Planning and Policy Studies. Vol. 2 No 2, Dec, 113 – 121
  9. Emunemu, B. O. & Ayeni, A. O. (2001) The Nigerian Economy and the Education Sector: What Linkage? Journal of Advanced Studies in Educational Management, Vol. 1, No 2, June, 87-92
  10. Emunemu, B. O. & Ayeni, A. O. (2001) Teaching Manpower Demand and Supply in Oyo State Secondary Schools. Topical Issues in Education: Papers in Honour of Professor C. O. Udoh. Ibadan: Codat Publications, 95-99, May.
  11. Ayeni, A. O.; Emunemu, B. O. & Adu, E. O. (2000) Educational  Production in Oyo State: 1990-2000.Journal of Educational planning and Policy Studies , Vol. 1,  No. 1, June, 23-31.
  12. Emunemu, B. O. (1999) Group Decision - Making: A Vital Tool for Organization Effectiveness. African Journal of Educational Management Vol. 7, No 2, Dec; 131 –136.
  13. Emunemu, B. O. & Ayeni   A. O.  (1999). The Relevance of Primary     Education to Nigeria’s Socio-Economic Development. African Journal of Educational Management, Vol. 7 No 1, June, 110 –116.

 

(iii)     Books, Chapters in Books and Articles already submitted for publication:

 

58.  Okeke, J.U & Emunemu, B.O. (2016). Assessment and administrative duties as determinants of teachers’ job performance in public secondary schools in Lagos State, Nigeria.

 

X.        Technical Reports and Monographs

 

  1. Emunemu, B.O. (2013) Learners’ Exposure, Accessibility and Preferences in the Utilization of Information and Communication Technologies in the Open and Distance Learning Programme of Universities in Southwest, Nigeria. A Technical Report of a Research project sponsored and funded by the Senate of the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.
  2. Emunemu, B.O. and Enyi, D. (2012) Situation Analysis of Critical Indicators for Achieving Universal Basic Education by 2015. A Technical Report of a Study commissioned by the Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC), Abuja, Nigeria.
  3. Emunemu, B.O. (2009) Administration of Schools. A Ph.D Course material prepared for the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN)
  4. Ajayi, A.O, Emunemu, B.O, Ekanola, A, and Akinwumi, F.S (2003): Workforce Development and Civil Society Strengthening Initiative (WDCSSI): Final Evaluation Report. A Technical Report of a Research project sponsored and funded by Opportunities Industrialization Centers International (OICI) and United States Agency for International Development (USAID/NIGERIA).

 

XI.       Conferences attended with Papers Read:

  1. Higher Education Research and Policy Network: 10th Regional Conference, held at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, 20-23 September, 2015.

Papers Read:

(i)                 Push and Pull Factors in Women Attainment of Chief Executive Positions in South-West, Nigeria.

(ii)              Developing First Class Universities in Africa: Towards Concretizing the Centres of Excellence.

  1. Higher Education Research and Policy Network: 9th Regional Conference, held at the National Institute for Educational Planning and Administration, NIEPA, Ondo, Nigeria, 27-30 October, 2014.

Paper Read: University Curriculum Offer and Labour Market Requirement: University of Ibadan Experience.

  1. Higher Education Research and Policy Network: 8th Regional Conference, held at the University of Ghana, Legon, Accra, Ghana, 28 October-01 November, 2013.

Papers Read:

(i)        Student perspectives on open distance learning in universities in     South-West, Nigeria.

(ii)              Entrepreneurship education and graduate unemployment in Oyo State, Nigeria.

  1. Higher Education Research and Policy Network: 7th Regional/10th Anniversary Conference, held at University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria, 17-21 September, 2012.

Paper Read: The Role of Higher Education in National Development

  1. Pan African Chemistry Network (PACN) Nigeria Conference on Health, Water and Waste, held at the Eko Hotel & Suites, Lagos, Nigeria, 02-04 July, 2012.

Paper Read: The Role of Higher Education in National Development

  1. Higher Education Research and Policy Network: 6th Regional Conference, held at University of Lagos, Akoka-Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria, 08-12 August, 2011.

Paper Read: Moving Towards Entrepreneurial University Paradigm to Support   Sustainable Social and Economic Development in Nigeria.

  1. Higher Education Research and Policy Network: 5th Regional Conference, held at Moi University, Eldoret, Nairobi Campus, Nairobi, Kenya, 15-17 June, 2010.

Paper Read (a): Maintaining Quality Assurance in Private University Education in Nigeria through the Adoption of Mobile Phones in Teaching and Learning

Paper Read (b):  The Role of Information and Communication Technology in the Development of Management Manpower in Nigeria. 

  1. Nigerian Association for Educational Administration and Planning: Annual Conference held at Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Nigeria, 22-26 Sept. 2009

Paper Read: Innovation and Invention in Nigerian University Education: The Emerging Management Issues.

  1. United Kingdom Forum for International Education and Training: 10th International Conference, held at the University of Oxford Museum Natural History, Oxford, the United Kingdom, 15-17 September, 2009.

Paper Read: Managing the Challenges of Schooling in Ibadan Rural Settings of Oyo State, Nigeria.

  1. Higher Education Research and Policy Network: 4th Regional Conference, held at Kampala International University, Kampala, Uganda, 17-20 Aug. 2009.

Paper Read (a): Research in African Higher Education: Challenges and Management Opportunities for Reform and Sustainable Development.

Paper Read (b): The Role of Evaluation, Research and Higher Education for Sustainable Development in Nigeria.

  1. Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan, Ibadan: International Conference on Education for Sustainable Development, held at the Conference Centre, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, 19-22 May, 2009.

Paper Read: Economic Relevance of Widening Access to Higher Education in Nigeria.

  1. Nigerian Association for Educational Administration and Planning: Annual Conference held at Sheraton Hotels & Towers, Abuja, 23-27 Sept. 2008

Paper Read: The Role of Stakeholders and Partners in the Effective Management of Education for Sustainable Development in Sub-Saharan Africa.

  1. Higher Education Research and Policy Network: 3rd Regional Conference, held at the International Institute for Tropical Agriculture, Ibadan, 18-21 Aug. 2008.

Paper Read: The Role of University Education in Leadership Preparation in Nigeria.

  1. Higher Education Research and Policy Network: 2nd Regional Conference, held at the International Institute for Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Ibadan, 13-16 Aug. 2007.

Paper Read: Alternative Strategies for Sustaining the Revenue Base of Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria.

  1. South African Association for Research and Development in Higher Education: 2nd International Conference held at the University of Kwazulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa, 27-29 June, 2005.

Paper Read: Politics in University Governance in Nigeria at the onset of the 21st Century.

  1. Nigerian Association for Educational Administration and Planning: Annual Conference held at the University of Jos, Jos, 27-30 Sept; 2004.

Paper Read: Promoting Private Sector Participation in Education and Skills Development in Nigeria.

17.  Nigerian Association for Educational Administration and Planning: Annual Conference held at the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, 29-31 Oct; 2003.

Paper Read: Distance Education in Nigeria: Strategies for Teaching at a Distance.

  1. Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan, Ibadan: Annual Conference held at the Conference Centre, University of Ibadan, 31 July- 3 August, 2001

Paper Read: Appraisal of the Trends in Students performance in Economics in Senior Secondary Schools in Ibadan North Local Government Area of Oyo State.