1. Name: IDOWU, Lanre
2. Palce of Birth: Iwo
3. Nationality: Nigerian
4. Permanent Address: No 7, Olafare Biobaku Street, Parakin Obalufe, Mayfair, Ile-Ife, Osun State.
5. Current Postal Address: Department of Educational Technology, Faculty of Education, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
6. Name and Address of Next of Kin: Mrs Ibironke Ibiwumi Idowu Seventh day Adventist Grammar School
7. Phone Number: 0805 351 0643
8. E-mail: email@example.com
9. Present Position: Lecturer I
IDOWU LanreLecturer I
1. Name: IDOWU, Lanre
(a) National Certificate of Education (NCE) St. Andrew’s College of
(b) Bachelor of Arts in Education (B.A. Ed) Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife
(c) Masters of Arts in Educational Technology Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife
Idowu L. (2005): 'The Art of Better Living through Non- Formal Education.' Ife Journal of Theory and Research in Education Vol. 9 No. 1 Pp. 33-43
Sofowora O.A., Adekomi A.A., Adeyanju J.O., Bada T.A., Oyewusi L.M., Egbedokun A.O., Lanre Idowu, and Oyeniran F.M. (2010). The Challenges of Technology Enhanced Instructional Systems in Nigeria in Mukerji S. and Tripathi P. (eds). Cases on Transactional Learning and Technologically Enabled Environment. USA: IGI Global Publishers. Chapter 21, pp 376-389.
Egbedokun, A.O., Idowu, Lanre and Badru, F.M. (2006). Instructional Hypermedia: A Framework for Teaching and Learning. Journal of E-learning of Nigeria, Ibadan. Vol 2 No 4,University of, pp 39-50.
Idowu L. (2011): Fine Tuning Fine Arts with Technology- The place of Educational Technology. International research review: A Multidisciplinary Journal of Osun State University, Ipetu- Ijesa Campus. Vol. 1 No. 1 Pg 139-143
Idowu L and Aladejana, F. (2008). Towards Improved Academic Performance: An Assessment of the Effect of Computer Assisted Learning on Nigerian Students Cognitive Styles using Computerized Graphic Package, Conference Proceedings, International Technology Education and Development Conference, Valencia, Spain
Egbedokun, A.O., Badru, F.M., Adeyanju, J.L. and Idowu Lanre (2005). The Place of Computer in Fine Art Teaching in the Digital Age: A Case of Curriculum Repositioning. International Conference of the Department of Fine Art. Pp 146-152
Adeyanju, J.L., Egbedokun, A.O. and Idowu Lanre (2005). Fine Arts: The Foundation of Early Childhood Education. International Conference of the Department of Fine Art. Pp 171-175
Aladejana F.O, Idowu L (2006) ICT in Teaching and Learning: The Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife experience. 1stInternational Conference on ICT for Development, Education and Training, UNCC, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
My research focus is in the area of Instructional design in Educational Technology. The focus is on the application of design principles for enhancing effective teaching in the classroom. It also examined how modern technology can be used to reconceptualise Fine-Arts curriculum. All of the above are with the view to improve the performance and students interest in Fine Arts in the secondary schools.