Prof. Inegbedion, Juliet Obhajajie

Dr. Inegbedion, Juliet Obhajajie

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Inegbedion, Juliet Obhajajie (Ph.D.)

A Professor of Educational Planning and expert in Instructional Design and e-Learning. Dr. Inegbedion is a social entrepreneur and a Fellow of the Institute of Public Administration in Nigeria. She has served as keynote speaker and trainer in educational planning, distance education, instructional design for both face-to-face and virtual, and entrepreneurship at national and international levels.

is currently the Director for the Directorate for Entrepreneurship and General studies in the largest university in Nigeria – National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN). Being the first Director of the Directorate, she is the first in Nigeria to design a framework in a university education to reach the unreached with entrepreneurship education and mentorship with focus on creativity and innovation.

She has exemplary leadership style which translate into the development of those who have worked under her or meet her in leadership and entrepreneurship. Her leadership style and competence are also recognised by her university hence her inclusion in so many committees in vital aspect of development in the institution such as course material development, e-learning, research, training etc. She loves sharing her knowledge and experience.

Prof. Inegbedion is a researcher. She has over 40 publications nationally and internationally. From her wealth of experience, she is currently working on monographs for entrepreneurship education and course design for virtual learning.

  • Planned and developed outline programme proposals and the detailed programme proposals for B.Sc. Ed., M.Ed. & Ph.D. in Business Education for NOUN.
  • Pioneer Head of Unit, Business Education, School of Education, NOUN
  • Facilitate courses online
  • Course planning, development and delivery of courses in business education and educational planning programmes.
  • Monitor and ensures the standard and readiness of course materials for Business Education Programme.
  • Developed all the BED courses in Business Education.
  • Developed EDT 728 – Multimedia Technology in Teaching and Learning.
  • Writes, review and edit course materials for Business Education, educational planning and general education programmes.
  • Writes & edit course materials for Educational Technology Courses.
  • Writes course materials for PGDDE.
  • Played the role of Instructional Design and Authoring for the digitalisation of the university course materials.
  • Develop test items for business education, PGDDE and Admin. & Planning programmes.
  • Marked students’ examination scripts
  • Facilitate Education and Business Education Courses
  • Facilitate courses in Post Graduate Diploma in Distance Education (PGDDE)
  • Facilitate courses in Educational Planning
  • Supervised students’ research projects
  • Organize workshops and seminar at the school level and in the university
  • Online Facilitator and E-Moderator
  • Serve as an Instructional Designer
  • Educational Planning.
  • Economics of Education.
  • Instructional Design and e-Learning.

 

 

 

 

Theses and Dissertation

1. Inegbedion, J. O. (1999). “The Place of Women In Nigerian Economy”. Unpublished dissertation for P.G.D. Manpower Economics and Planning, University of Lagos

2. Inegbedion, J. O. (2002). “The Effect of Computer Assisted Programmed Instruction in Teaching Typewriting in Nigerian Higher Institutions of Learning: A case Study of Lagos State”. Unpublished M.Ed. dissertation, University of Lagos.

3. Inegbedion, J. O. (2003). “The Impact of Motivation in Improving Employees’ job performance in an organization”. Unpublished M.B.A. dissertation, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, Ondo State.

4. Inegbedion, J. O. (2004). “Assessing The Effectiveness of Using Computer-Assisted Programmed Packages For Teaching Information Processing At The Post-Secondary School Level”. Unpublished M.Ed dissertation, University of Benin, Benin City.

5. Inegbedion, J. O. (2012). “Analysis of Cost of Distance Education Programmes in Nigerian Universities” Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, University of Benin, Benin City.

(b) Books and Chapters in Books

Course Materials

1. Salawu I. O.; Ajelabi, A and Inegbedion, J. O. (2006). EDT 728: Multimedia Technology in Teaching and Learning (2 credit units). National Open University of Nigeria, Moks Services International Ltd.

2. Inegbedion, J. O. (2008). BED 111: Introduction to Keyboarding and Word Processing (1st Edition) - 2 credit units. National Open University of Nigeria, Copytec Design & Print.

3. Inegbedion, J. O. and Okoro, C (2008). BED 112: Advanced Word Processing (2 credit units). National Open University of Nigeria, Sources Plus Limited.

4. Inegbedion, J. O. (2009). BED 212: Computer Application in Business (2 credit units). National Open University of Nigeria, Business System Bureau.

5. Abari, A. O.; Awe, B.; Inegbedion, J. O.; & Ogundiran, S. O. (2013). ODL 740 - Foundations of Educational Management in Distance Education (2 Credit Units). National Open University of Nigeria. www.nou.edu.ng

6. Inegbedion, J. O. (2015). BED 111: Keyboarding (2nd Edition) - 2 Credit Units. National Open University of Nigeria. http://www.nou.edu.ng/NOUN_OCL/courses.htm

7. Inegbedion, J. O. & Okoro, C. (2015). BED 112: Word Processing (2nd Edition) - 2 Credit Units. National Open University of Nigeria. http://www.nou.edu.ng/NOUN_OCL/courses.htm

8. Inegbedion, J. O. (2016). EDA844 - Statistics for Educational Managers – 2 Credit Units. National Open University of Nigeria.

Chapters in Books

1. Inegbedion, Juliet O. & Akinola C. I. (2004). Business Education: A Tool for Solving Unemployment Problem in Nigeria. Nigerian Association of Business Educators (NABE): Book of Readings, Volume I No. 4. pp 114 – 121.

2. Adewale, O. A.; Ajadi, T. O. & Inegbedion, J. O. (2010). An Evaluation of the student support services in the study centres of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN). Global Perspectives in Open and Distance Learning: Essays in Honour of Professor Olugbemiro Jegede in Ifeanyi & Olakulehin (Eds.) National Open University of Nigeria, Franco-Ola Printers. Pp 175 – 183

3. Inegbedion, J. O. (2010). Assessing Open and Distance Learners in Business Education: Keyboarding and Word Processing. Association of Business Educators of Nigeria (ABEN): Book of Readings, Vol. 1, No. 10. Pp 118 – 125.

4. Inegbedion, J. O. (2011). Cost analysis as tool for financial efficiency of open and distance learning education. In Adeyemi & Awe (Eds). Rebranding Nigerian Educational System. Nigeria. National Open University of Nigeria. Pp 375 – 390.

5. Nwadiani Mon & Inegbedion J. O. (2011). The Rots in University Education in Nigeria: Implications for Policy Re-Focusing. In Nwadiani & Ogonor B. O. (Eds). Strengthening and refocusing education in Nigeria. Benin. Faculty of Education, University of Benin. pp 119 – 132.

6. Inegbedion, J. O. (2013). The Relevance of Unit Cost Differentials as Cost Control Measure in Nigerian Universities. In Ojedele, Arikewuyo & Njoku (Eds). Challenges of educational development in Nigeria, Ondo. National Institute for Educational Planning and Administration (NIEPA), pp 633 -647

7. Inegbedion, J. O. (2013). Enrolment as an index of internal efficiency. In Salawu, Ikeotuonye & Inegbedion (Eds). Perspectives on Nigerian Education: School of Education, National Open University of Nigeria. pp.151 -162.

Reviewed Conference Proceedings

8. Adewale, O. A. & Inegbedion, J. O. (2008). Solving the Problem of Attrition in an Open and Distance Learning Institution. Conference Proceedings in “The 2nd ACDE Conference and General Assembly for Open and Distance Learning for Sustainable Development” pp 589 – 597.

9. Inegbedion, J. O. (2014). Developing a Policy Guidance for e-Learning. Conference Proceedings in “The ICDE Moscow, 2014 International Conference ‘Connecting the World through Open, Distance and e-Learning” pp 171 – 180.

(c) Peer Reviewed Journal Articles in Circulation

1. Ekpenyong, L. E. and Inegbedion, J. O. (2009). “Keyboarding and Word Processing: From Hype to Reality”. Business Education Journal, Vol. VII (1). pp 209 – 219.

 

  1. Inegbedion, J. O. (2009). “Assessing the Difficulty Index of Course Materials in National Open University of Nigeria”. Journal of Educational Research, (PAKISTAN), Vol. 12 (1). pp. 18 – 35.
  2. Adewale, O. A.; Ajadi, T. O. & Inegbedion, J. O. (2009). Correlation between performance and quality of academic staff in National Open University of Nigeria. Open Praxis: The Electronic Journal of the International Council for Open and Distance Education, http://www.openpraxis.com/ Vol. 4 – Issue 2.
  3. Ibadin, V. O. & Inegbedion, J. O. (2010). National Open University of Nigeria: A Tool for Bridging the Demand and Supply Gap in University Education. African Journal of Contemporary Issues (AJCI): A Multidisciplinary Journal on Contemporary Issues, Vol. 10, (1), January. Pp 212 – 218.
  4.  Inegbedion, J. O. & Udo, A. A. (2010). “Designing Effective E-Learning Instructions for Open and Distance Learners in Nigeria”. Ahmadu Bello University Journal of Vocational Studies: A Publication of the Department of Vocational and Technical Education, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. Vol. 4 (1) August. Pp 19 – 27.
  5.  Inegbedion, J.O. & Adeyemi, J.K. (2010). “Reducing cost of distance education in Nigerian universities: Strategies for policy planning”, African Journal of Studies in Education, An Official Journal of the Faculty of Education, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria. Vol. 6 & 7, (1 & 2) April and September. Pp 202 – 214.
  6.  Inegbedion, J. O. (2010). “Assessing the Effectiveness of using Computer-Assisted Programmed Packages for teaching Keyboarding and Word Processing at the Post-Secondary School Level in Nigeria”. Journal of Business Educational Research and Development (JOBERD), Publication of Association of Business Educators of Nigeria (ABEN), Kaduna State Chapter. Vol. 1, (2), September, pp 1 – 9.
  7. Ibadin, V. O. & Inegbedion J. O. (2011). Analysis of demand and supply of university education in Nigeria (2000-2008). Journal of education, health and technology research (HEHERT). Association for the advancement of education, health, environment and technology research.Vol. 1, (1). April, pp 47 – 55.
  8. Inegbedion, J. O. (2011). “E-Learning cost in Nigerian open and distance learning universities”. Journal of education, health and technology research (JEHERT), Association for the advancement of education, health, environment and technology research. Vol. 1, (1). April. Pp 188 – 193.
  9. Agbatogun, A. O., Ajelabi P. A., Oyewusi, L. M. & Inegbedion, J. (2011). Computer-Assisted Programmed Instruction Revisited: A Study on Teaching Typewriting in Nigerian Higher Institution. Asian Journal of Information Technology. Vol. 10 (2). Pp 60 – 64.
  10.  Adewale O. A., Ajadi T. O. & Inegbedion J. O. (2011). Perception of Learners on Electronic Examination in Open and Distance Learning Institutions: A Case Study of National Open University of Nigeria Formal. US-China Education Review, Vol. 1. A5(2011)639-644.
  11. Inegbedion, J. O. & Adeyemi, J. K. (2012). Cost Drivers in Distance Education: The Values in Nigerian Universities. Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education-TOJDE. Vol. 13, (2). pp 242 – 255.
  12.  Awe, B. & Inegbedion J. O. (2012). Students’ assessment of the quality of instructional materials in a distance learning institution. Journal of Pedagogical thought. Vol. 9. pp 43 – 62.
  13. Inegbedion, J. O. & Adeyemi, J. K. (2013). The Economics of Scale of Distance University Education in Nigeria. Journal of Educational Studies and Management: An official Journal of the Department of Educational Studies and Management, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria. Vol 1 (2). pp 63 - 75.
  14. Inegbedion, J.O. & Adeyemi, J.K. (2013). Cost indices in open and distance education in Nigerian universities. International journal of educational administration and policy studies. http://www.academicjournals.org/IJEAPS, Vol. 5(8), pp. 170-176, December, DOI: 10.5897/IJEAPS12.016
  15.  Inegbedion, J. O.; Adeyemi, J. K. & Nwadiani Mon (2014). The Unit cost of distance education programmes in Nigerian universities. NOUN journal of education: Publication of the school of education, National open university of Nigeria. Vol 1 (1). pp 132 - 141.
  16.  Adu, I.F., Salawu, I.O., Olugbenga, D.O., Inegbedion, J.O. & Ogidan R. (2014). Open Learning, Distance Education and Transformative Learning: An Agenda for Action and its Challenges. West African Journal of Open & Flexible Learning. Vol. 3(2). pp 1 - 19.
  17.  Inegbedion, J. O. 2014). The burden of private cost of university education in Nigeria: A case of the University of Benin. NOUN journal of education: Publication of the school of education, National open university of Nigeria. Vol. 1 (2). pp 102 - 108.
  18. Inegbedion, J. O. (2015). The role of small and medium scale enterprises (SMEs) as control mechanism for unemployment in Lagos State, Nigeria. African Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology and Sport Facilitation (AJCPSF): A publication of the Department of the Department of Counselling and Human Development Studies, Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Vol. 17. pp 1238 - 1247. 
  19. Inegbedion, Juliet O. (2015). An investigation into the challenges in planning and development of course material for open and distance learning in West Africa. International Journal of Educational Management (IJEM). Publication of the Department of Educational Management, University of Ilorin, Nigeria. Vol. 13(1).
  20. Inegbedion, Juliet O. (2015). Assessment of school facility maintenance planning as cost reduction of primary schools in Lagos State. Journal of Studies in Science and Mathematics Education: A Journal of the Department of Science Education, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaira 4(1), 152 - 161.
  21.  Inegbedion, J. O.; Adu, F. I.; Ofulue, C. Y. (2016). Student Assessment of Quality of Access at the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN). International Council for Open and Distance Education Journal - Open Praxis,.8(4), 313–323. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.5944/openpraxis.8.4.313
  22. Inegbedion, Juliet O. (2016). Analysis of Factors Hindering Teachers’ Effectiveness in Secondary Schools in Lagos State, Nigeria: Policy Implications. West African Journal of Open and Flexible Learning, 4(2), 71-90

 

24. Inegbedion, J. (2017). Academic Workload Planning for Open and Distance Learning (ODL) Universities: The Experience of National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN). International Council for Open and Distance Education Journal - Open Praxis, 9(3), 313-333. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.5944/openpraxis.9.3.498

 

  1. Clark, O. A. and Inegbedion, J. O. (2017). Job Satisfaction and Job Performance Relationship: Implications for Educational Administration Lecturers in Edo State. University of Port Harcourt Journal of Education in Developing Areas (JEDA). A Publication of the Faculty of Education, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria Vol. 25(3), pp 550 - 557

 

  1. Opateye, J. A. and Inegbedion, J. O. (2017). Assessment of Lecturers’ Knowledge and Readiness for Open Education Resources in Nigeria Open and Distance Learning Universities. West African Journal of Open and Flexible Learning (WAJOFEL), Vol. 5(2), pp 157 - 178.

 

27. Inegbedion, Juliet O. and Opateye, Johnson A. (2018). Open Educational Resources’ Adaptability and Institutional Supports for Lecturers of open and Distance Education Universities in Nigeria. Pakistan Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation (PJERE). 4(1) 21 - 32. http://pu.edu.pk/home/journal/39/Current-Issue.html

 

 

 

 

 

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