OYEWUSI Lawunmi Molara

Senior Lecturer


1. Name: OYEWUSI Lawunmi Molara

2. Place of Birth: Oyo

3. Nationality: Nigerian

4. Current Postal Address: Department of Educational Technology, Faculty of Education, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.

5. Present Position: Senior Lecturer

MY Qualifications

(a) West African School Certificate ’O’ Level - Oranyan Grammar School, Oyo, Oyo State.

(b) West African School Certificate ‘A; Level - Olivet Baptist High School, Oyo, Oyo State.

(c) Bachelor of Arts in Education/History - University of Ife, Ile-Ife, Osun State

(d) Master of Arts in Education- Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State.

(e) Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Technology - Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. .

MY Publications

1. Thesis/Dissertation

Ayoola, L. M. (1990): Modality for Incorporating Computer Education into the Curriculum of Federal Unity Secondary Schools in Oyo, Ogun, Ondo and Lagos State. Unpublished M.A. Dissertation Submitted to the Department of Educational Technology, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.

Ayoola, L. M. (2003): Effects of Multimedia Approach on the Academic Performance of Part-Time Education Students at the Lagos State University in a Credit Course. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation submitted to the Department of Educational Technology, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.

Books Monographs:

Sofowora, A. O., Adekomi, A. A., Adeynaju, J. O., Oyewusi, L.M. Bada T. A., Egbedokun, A., Idowu, L., and Oyeniran, F. M. (2010): The Nigeria in Mukerji, S and Tripathi, P. (eds). Cases on Transnational Learning and Technologically Enabled Environment. USA: IGI Global Publishers. Chapter 21 Pp 376-389.

Published Articles:

Ayoola, L. M. (1994): Relevance of Schools Management Capability on the introduction of an Innovation: A Case Study of Secondary School’s Computer Education in Nigeria. Journal of Nigeria Association of Educational Medical and Technology Vol. 4, Nos. 1 pp. 503-510.

Ayoola, L. M. (1994): Investigating the Use of Handouts as Medium of Instruction in Nigerian Universities. Nigerian Journal of Research and Development in Higher Education, Vol. 1, Nos. 1 and 2, April/August 1994 pp. 31 – 38.

Ayoola, L.M. (1997): An Investigative Study of the Attitude of University to Team – Teaching Method. Ife Journal of Educational Studies (IJES), Vol. 4, Nos. 1, pp. 53 – 58

Ayoola, L. M. (1997): An Examination of Some Factors Hindering Education of Women in Nigeria and the Way Forward. Nigerian Journal of Teacher Education (NIJOTED) Vol. 2, Nos. 2, pp 10-21

Ayoola, L.M. (1999): Up-to-date Information Among Postgraduate Students in Obafemi Awolowo University: Implications for Nigerian Higher Education. Nigerian journal of Social and Educational Research. (NIJOSER) Vol. 1, Nos. 2, pp. 46 – 50

Oyewusi, L. M. (2003): A Survey of Secondary School Students’ Attitude to Video Programmes in Nigerian Homes. Ife Journal of Theory and Research in Education, (IJOTRE) Vol.8, Nos. 2, 2003, pp 103-110

Oyewusi, L. M. (2004): The Effects of Multimedia Approach on the Academic Performance of Part-Time Education Students in a Nigerian University. Ife Journal of Educational Studies (IJES) Vol. 11, Nos. 1, pp. 11-20

Oyewusi, L. M. (2007): Death of Women Educational Technologist in Nigeria Tertiary Institutions: A Case Study of Tertiary Institutions in Osun State. Journal of Applied Education and Vocational Education Research Vol. 2, Nos. 3. Pp. 433-436

Agbatogun, A. O. and Oyewusi, L. M. (2008): Perspectives of Nigerian Lecturers on Assuring Effective Communication in Large Classes Via Closed-Circuit Television. The African Symposium. Journal of African Educational Research Network. U.S.A. Vol. 8, Nos. 2 page 56-64

Afolabi F. O., Oyewusi L.M and Ajayi M. A. (2008): Allocation and Management of Resources for the sustenance of Free Qualitative Secondary Education in Ondo State Nebula, Australia. Vol. 5, Nos. 4 pp. 98-108.

Oyewusi L.M. and Adekomi A. A. (2009): An Appraisal of some Problems Identified with the implementation of an Educational Innovation: A case study of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife Campus Part-Time Degree Programme. Journal of Applied Education and Vocational Research. Vol 6, Nos. 2pp 100 -107.

Salami, M. O. and Oyewusi L.M. (2009): Instructional Resources and Effective Science Work in Biology among Nigerian undergraduates in the Twenty-First Century. International Journal of Contemporary Issues in Education pp. 45 -48

Oyewusi L.M. (2009): Audio Books in the Nigerian Higher Educational System: To be adopted or not to be adopted? African Research Review., Ethiopia vol. 3(4) pp 372 -378

Agbatogun, A. O. and Oyewusi, L. M. (2009): Gender, Computer Access and Use as Predictors of Nigerian Undergraduates’ Computer Proficiency. African Research Review. Ethiopia. Vol. 3 (4) page 61-78

Bada, T. A. Oyewusi L.M. Ojedokun O. and Adewole A. (2010): Uses of Computer and its Relevance to Teaching and Learning in Nigeria Educational System. African Research Review International Multidisciplinary Journal. Ethiopia. Vol 4, Nos 1, pp 519-528

Agbatogun, A. O., Ajelabi, P. A. and Oyewusi, L. M. (2010). Cognition, Emotions, Frustration and e-Registrations. Contemporary Educational Technology. U. S. A. Vol. 1 Issue 4 pp 335 -347

Oyewusi, L.M. (2010): Africa Magic on DSTV: An Investigative study into the Popularity of DSTV’s Africa Magic among Residents of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife Quarters Ife Journal of Theory and Research in Education (IJOTRE) 12(2) pp 47-53.

Published Conference Proceedings

Adeyanju, L. J. Kankam, G., Ajibade, Y., Adekomi, B., Oyewusi, L. M., and Oyeniran, M. (2009): Instructional Television Lecture Broadcast: An Innovation a South Western Nigerian University in 4th International Conference on ICT Applications Proceeding. Application of Information Communication Technologies to Teaching, Research and Administration), pp 205 - 212

Oyewusi, L. M., and Adebiyi, T. B. (2011): An Investigation into the Infiltration of ICT and Continuing Development of Software Packages in the Teaching of Undergraduate Courses in a Nigerian Tertiary Institution. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference Nashville, Tennesse USA pp. 978-983

Adekomi, A.A. and Oyewusi, L.M. (2010): Problems and Prospects of Internet/Intranet Teaching and Learning in Nigeria. Journal of Media, Educational Technology and Communication (JOMETEC). Acceptance letter attached.

Manuscripts submitted for Publication

Ajelabi, P. A., Agbatogun, A. O. and Oyewusi, L. M. (2010): Computer – Assisted Programmed Instruction Revisited: A study on Teaching Typewriting in Nigerian higher Institution Submitted to Ohio State Press

Oyewusi, L. M., and Adebiyi, B. T. (2010): ‘The Dwarfs of Higher Education use the Text Books, the Giants use the Internet”: A Misinterpretation of Technology intentions? International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT) Uganda.

Oyewusi, L.M., Agbatogun, A. O. Bada, T. and Asuquo, E. (2010).Utilizing Careers Education broadcasts to Break the Barriers of Traditional Sex-Role-Stereotypes among Secondary Schools Pupils in Nigeria submitted to Nigeria Association of Educational Media and Technology Journal (NAEMT)

Asuquo, E. and Oyewusi, L.M. (2010). The Use of Instructional Materials for the Teaching and Learning of Children with Reading Disabilities in Primary Schools submitted to Journal of Educational Programmes Evaluation (JEPA).

Research Interests