Dr. BADMUS Ayodeji Muideen

BADMUS Ayodeji Muideen

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Lecturer II

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Dr. Badmus was born on December 12, 1976, from the reputable family of ALHAJI GBADAMOSI AMUSA AKINLABI in Ibadan, Oyo State Nigeria. He attended Community Primary School, Ayekale, Ibadan, from 1982 to 1988, where he completed his first school leaving certificate. From 1989 to 1995, he attended Urban Day Grammar School Aperin, Ibadan, for senior secondary school certificate. Then proceeded and attended The Polytechnic, Ibadan, where he obtained NCE (Technical Education) from 1996 to 1998. He had his first degree in University of Ilorin (B.Ed. Educational Technology) between 2000 and 2003 where he won award for being the best graduating student in the then Department of Curriculum Studies and Educational Technology. His master degree was obtained in University of Ibadan (M.Ed. Educational Technology) from 2005 and 2007. Between 2008 and 2013 he completed his third degree and obtained Ph.D. (Educationa Technology) from University of Ilorin known as ‘Better by Far’.  Dr. Badmus had Diploma Certificate in Computer Application from Federal College of Education (Special) Oyo. He worked at Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo, for 7years before joining National Open University of Nigeria, Abuja, in 2017. He is a member of many professional bodies and has written several journals. He is married and blessed with children.





Responsibilities (Past and Present):

  • Academic staff in charge of Student Projects (Postgraduate Programmes)
  • Setting of Exam Questions
  • Supervising Student Projects (Undergraduate and Postgraduate)
  • Supervising Students on Teaching Practice
  • Member, Departmental Exam committee
  • Member, Faculty Project Committee
  • Participating in Course materials development
  • Course Coordinator for Microteaching
  • Facilitating programmes in Study Centres





Research Areas:

  • Educational Technology
  • Instructional Technology
  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Microteaching
  • Web-Based Learning
  • Instructional System Design

Production of Instructional Materials for Teaching and Learning



  1. Articles that have already Appeared in Learned Journals


1.       Badmus, A. M. (2004). Computer instruction: An approach that expedites the system of education. Nigeria Journal of Computer Literacy, 5(1), 21-31.

2.       Badmus, A. M. (2011). A survey of the level of primary school teachers’ awareness and usage of ICT in Oyo metropolis. The Primary School Educator, 5, 36-43.

 3.        Badmus, A. M., Falade, A. A., & Olasedidun, O. K. (2011). Effects of computer instructional learning package on students’ achievement and attitudes in practical skills in technical education. Nigerian Journal of Educational Studies and Research, 7(1), 27-37.

4.       Badmus, A. M. (2013). An assessment of students’ usage and availability of ICT facilities in colleges of education: The problems and prospect. International Journal of Special and General Education, 2, 40-46.

5.       Badmus, A. M. (2014). Conceptual framework for webquest development to support learning with technology in higher education. JEDA, 22(1), 13-21.

6.       Badmus, A. M. & Olasedidun, O. K. (2014). Educational technology for effective service delivery in enhancing teachers’ competence and instructional delivery. Journal of Educational Media and Technology, 18(1), 186-191.

7.       Badmus, A. M., Olasedidun O. K., & Azeez, A. A. (2014). Expedite the integration of information and communication technology in education through teacher professional development. Al-Hikmah Journal of Education, 1(2), 141-153.

8.       Badmus, A. M. (2015). Teachers’ perception of the contribution of ICT in Nigerian education. Journal of Education Media & Technology, 19(1), 9-17.

9.        Olasedidun, O. K. & Badmus, A. M. (2016). The perception of colleges of education lecturers towards integrating social media in instruction in Southwest, Nigeria. Journal of Science, Technology, Mathematics and Education, 12(1), 314-322.



10.     Badmus, A. M. (2017). Teachers’ level and attitude towards the use of ICT in Oyo metropolis secondary schools for sustainable educational development.  Journal of Nigeria Association for Educational Media & Technology (JEMT), 21(2), 25-35.

11.     Oshin, O. O. & Badmus, A. M. (2018). Familiarity, utilization and effective use of ICT in instructional delivery. Journal of Education in Developing Areas (JEDA), 7(1), 32-35.

12.     Badmus, A. M., Olasedidun, O. K. and Okemakinde, T. (2018). Effects of webquest instructional package on academic achievement in educational technology among college of education students in southwest, Nigeria. Journal of Science, Technology, Mathematics and Education, (JOSTMED) 14(2), 172-179.

13.     Badmus, A. M. (2019). Effects of multimedia on primary school pupils’ academic performance and attitude in English studies in Lagos State, Nigeria. International Journal of Topical Educational Issues, 3(2),

14.     Badmus, A. M. (2019). Enhancing education for social reforms and national security in Nigeria through information and communication technology tools. Niger Delta Journal of Education, 11(1), 195-202.

15.     Badmus, A. M., Yusuf, M. O. and Olumorin, C. O. (2019). Effects of a Webquest application on Nigerian undergraduate students’ performance in educational technology concepts. Journal of Faculty of Education, National Open University of Nigeria.


B.     Major Conferences Attended with Papers Read

  1. Badmus, A. M. (2014, October). Teachers’ perception of the contribution of ICT in Nigerian education: Implication for re-defining education through e-technologies and innovative pedagogies. Paper presented at the 34th International Conference of Nigeria Association for Educational Media and Technology.
  2. Badmus, A. M., Olasedidun, O. K. & Olapade, T. T. (2016, July). Utilisation of information and communication technology for effective teaching-learning process: The trending path to professional teacher education. Paper presented at the 2nd National Conference of School of Education, Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo.
  3. Badmus, A. M. (2018, April). Higher Educational Institution Lecturer’s Perception Towards the Application and Challenges of ICTs in Oyo State, Nigeria. Paper presented at the 1st International Conference of Faculty of Education, Federal UniversityNdufu-Alike Ikwo, Ebonyi State, Nigeria (FUNAI) held at Venue: University Auditorium.  
  4. Badmus, A. M. (2018, August). Enhancing Education for Social Reforms and National Security in Nigeria through Information and Communication Technology Tools. Paper presented at the 4th Annual International Conference of Niger Delta University, Faculty of Education, Bayelsa State, Nigeria. 27th -31st August, 2018.
  5. Badmus, A. M. (2018, October). Perceived influence of social media in education: Implication to students’ academic performance. Paper presented at the 39th International Conference of Educational Media and Technology Association of Nigeria (EMTAN) held at TIM Obani Hall, Federal College of Education (Special), Oyo. 15th-19th October, 2018.
  6. Badmus, A. M. (2018, October). Effects of Multimedia on Primary School Pupils’ Academic Performance and Attitude in English Studies in Lagos State, Nigeria. Paper presented at the 5th Annual Conference of the Faculty of Education Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto held at Auditorium Permanent Site Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto. November 5th-8th, 2018.
  7. Badmus, A. M. (2019, August). Effect of Blended Learning Approach on the Performance of technical College Students in Woodwork in Oyo State, Nigeria. Paper presented at International Educational Technology Conference and International Distance Education Conference held between August 7th-8th, 2019 in Fairfax, Virginia, USA.
  8. Badmus, A. M. (2019, September). Assessment of Availability and Functionality of Educational Resource Centre towards Achieving Sustainable Development Goals.  Paper presented at the 1st International Conference of the Faculty of Education, National Open University of Nigeria, Abuja held at University Village, Jabi, Abuja, Nigeria, between 23rd-27th September, 2019.





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 Grants and Awards:           Professor Yinka Ajayi-Dopemu memorial award and price for the best graduating student in Educational Technology (2001/2002 session), University





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