ADEYANJU, Oluwafunmilade Joel



1. Name: ADEYANJU, Oluwafunmilade Joel.

2. Date and Place of Birth: 25th September, 1951 (Jos, Plateau State)

3. Nationality: Nigerian

4. Permanent Address: Ile Alasoro Isale Afon Ogbomoso/ 5/10 Alhaji Fadi Street Jos Plateau State.

5 Current Address: Institute of Education, Faculty of Education Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife

6 Name and Address of Next of Kin: Pharm. Mrs. Molola Oyenike Adeyanju, Pharmacy Unit, Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital Complex Eleyele, Ile-Ife.

8. Phone Numbers: +234 9034014365

9. E-mail:,

10. Present Position: Professor

MY Qualifications

(a) Teachers Grade II Certificate – Government Teachers’ College, Toro – Jos, 1967-1971.

(b) B.A. (Honours), Second Class Upper Division, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, 1977-1980;

(c) Graduate Certificate in Education, June, 1980.

(d) M.A. Industrial Design (Graphics Arts) Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, 1982- 1985.

(e) M.A. Art History Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, 1987-1990.

(f) Ph.D. Educational Technology, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, 1990-1996.

MY Publications

1) Thesis / Dissertation:

(a) Adeyanju, ‘Lade Joel (1985): Animation as a Medium for Communicating Abstract Concepts: The Case Study of Measles. Unpublished M.A. Thesis, Department of Fine Arts, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.

(b) Adeyanju, ‘Lade Joel (1990): Decorative Elements of Yoruba Wood Carving, Unpublished M.A. Thesis, Department of Fine Arts, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.

(c) Dissertation: Doctoral

Adeyanju ‘Lade Joel (1996): Effects of repetition of Audio Taped Instruction and cued Visual on the acquisition of Cognitive Imagery Skills Among Junior Secondary School Art Students in Ile-Ife. Unpublished PhD Thesis, Department of Educational Technology, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.

2) Books Monographs:

i) Adeyanju, L,J., (1999) Basic Concepts in Educational Technology; A resource Handbook for In-service and Pre-Service Teachers In West African Countries Published for the University of Education, Winneba, Ghana. 2nd Edition Published (2000)

(ii) Adeyanju, L,J., (1997) An Introduction to the Writing of Long Essay: Research Methods and Elementary Statistics. Published by Obafemi Awolowo University Press Limited, Ile lfe.

2b) Chapters in Books: 03

*(1 ) Adeyanju, L.J. (1998) Media, Women and Environmental Education Books of Readings on Educational Evironment and Sustainable National Development. (Eds) S.S Obidi, ERI,Afolabi , S.V.Kobiowu Ibadan, Cardinal Crest Ltd. Chapter 13 pp.147-155.

3a) Published Journal Articles

(2) Adeyanju, L.J. (1988). “The Application of Educational Technology in Pre- Primary Education” .Journal of Educational Media and Technology, Ilorin (JEMT), Vol.2, No..1, pp 73-79.

(3) Adeyanju, S.A. and Adeyanju, L.J. (1988). “Colour Preference, Size Discrimination and Motor Performance of Children 7-10 Years Old”. Ife Journal of Theory and Research in Education (IJOTRE), Vol.1,No.1, pp. 64-70.

+* (4) Adeyanju, L.J. (1990) The Role And Use of Art as Technology’ Journal of International Society for Education Through Art. (Africa and Middle East Regional Congress of INSEA) Vol. 2 No. 2 pp 25-29

(5) Adeyanju, L.J. (1990). “Colour Preference of Primary School Yoruba Students Teachers in Ondo and Oyo States” Ife Journal of Theory and Research in Education (IJOTRE), Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 62-68.

(6) Adeyanju, L.J. and Lasisi, M.J. (1990).“The Influence of Economic Status on the Reading Preferences of Nigerian Primary School Pupils :Journal of Literacy and Reading in Nigeria, Vol. 5, pp.49-57.

(7) Adeyanju, L.J. (1991). “Problems Associated with Visual perception of Colour on Poster Design; A Model for Effective Change – Implication for Art Education”. Ife Journal of Theory and Research in Education, Vol.3, No.1, pp. 8-14.

(8) Adeyanju, L.J.(1993). “Design and Production of Flats Media Materials for Information Dissemination on the Better Life Programme, Journal of Educational Media and Technology (J.E.M.T.) Vol. 3, No. 3, p. 456- 472.

(9) Adeyanju, L.J.(1994) “Educational Technology and Creativity in Advertising” Journal of Educational Media and Technology 4 (1), 603-608.

(10) Adeyanju, L.J. (1995) The Importance of Media in Teacher Education Today and the Future”. Journal of Nigeria Association for Educational Media and Technology, JEMT Vol. 5, No. 1, p. 122-127

+*(11) Adeyanju, L.J. (1997).“Perceived Effects of Freshmen’s Attitude to the use of Audio Tapes in Instruction. Ghana Educational Media and Technology Association Journal (GEMTAJ), Maiden Edition, Vol.1, 1, pp.27, 34.

+*(12) Adeyanju, L.J (1999) Perceived Typology of Body Sacrifications among Females in south Western Nigeria: Implications for the Art Educators Ghana Journal of Educational Media And Technology.(GEMTAJ) Vol.3 pp 1- 7.

(13) Adeyanju, L.J. (1999). Perception of Obafemi Awolowo University Undergraduate Students on F.M. Radio Lectures. Revue Africaine De La Technologie D’ Information Journal (RATI) Founded in France. Vol. 5, No.1, pp. 144- 149.

+*(14) Adeyanju, L.J.(1999).Teacher Communication and Educational Technology for Sustainable National Development. Ghana Journal of Education and Teaching. Vol. 1, No. 1, July, p. 15-23.

* (15) Adeyanju, L.J. (2002). ) The perception of Part-Time Degree Students of Obafemi Awolowo Unviersity Ile- Ife on the Effect of Information Communication Technology, Nigeria Journal of Computer Literacy (NJCL) Vol. 3 No.1, pp.113-119.

*(16) Adeyanju, L.J. (2002) Affective Interpretation of Line Drawings of Selected Junior Secondary School in South-Western Nigeria. Journal of Arts and Ideas.(JAI) Ife,Vol.5 pp 20-29.

*(17) Adeyanju, L.J. (2003) Teacher’s perception of the effects and use of Learning Aids in Teaching: A case study of Winneba Basic and Secondary Schools. Online Journal of Education and Teaching.

*(18) Adeyanju, L.J., (2004) Availability and Effective Use of Media Methods For Teaching In Pre Primary Schools. African Journal Of Information Technology And Educational Media. (AJITEM) Vol. 1 no. 2 pp 111-118.

+*(19) Adeyanju, L.J., (2005) Supporting Educational and Emotional Needs of The Gifted ln Nigerian Secondary Schools. African Journal of Special Educational Needs.Vol.4 No. 1,pp 104-112

+* (20) Adeyanju, L, J., (2005) Effects of Audio Visual Repetition On Volleyball Skill Acquisition Among Non Athletes Undergraduate Students Of A South Western Nigerian University. IMPUMELELO Fall Issue Ohio University, The Interdisciplinary Electronic Journal of African Sports. file:///A:/%20Interdisciplinary%20Electronic%20Journal%20…

+*(21) Adeyanju, L. J, (2006) Teacher Quality, Modern Technology Applications and Teaching in a South Western Nigerian University. Journal in School Educational Technology India; Teacher Quality. Vol. 1, No 4. Pp 31-3

+* (22) Adeyanju, L.J.(2006) Problem of Curriculum implementers And Classroom Learning Environment. Journal of School Educational Technology. Vol.2 No.1 pp 31-37

3b) Published Conference Proceedings:

+*(23) Adeyanju, L J.,and Popoola Bayo (2004) Drawing and Cognitive Interpretative Abilities Of South Western Nigeria Children. Selected Readings Eds. Robert Griffin, Scott B. Chandler, Belle Doyle Cowden. Visual Literacy and Development: An African Experience. International Visual Literacy Association. CERMUSA, Saint Francis University USA. Pp 97-104

4a) Manuscripts Accepted for Publication:

(24) Adeyanju, L.J.(2005) The Non-Projected Materials. Ife Series in Educational Studies : Instructional Technology Accepted by McMillan Nig. Publishers. Ibadan.

+ *(25) Adeyanju, L.J .(2006) “Problems of Art Teaching in Nigeria Secondary School Education System: lmplications for Trainers” Accepted by Journal of Education and Development. Institute of Educational Development and Extensions. Ghana.

+* Manuscripts published

+* (26) Adeyanju, L, J., (2006) Teacher Motivation, and Effective Teaching In Nigerian Schools. In O.Aborisade, S.V. Kobiowu and J. Olusile (Eds) Studies in Contemporary Socio- Economics and Educational Problems In Developing World,. (Chapter 23)

+*(27) Popooola ,.B. l.,. and Adeyanju L,J, (2007) Preparation of Teachers for Sexuality Education. Society for the Study of Social Problems. Journal of the Society for the Study of Social Problems. University of Tennessee.

+*(28) Adeyanju L, J., (2007) Decorative Elements of Yoruba Wood Carving in south western Nigeria. Visual Literacy Association. Cermusa. St Francis University USA.

(29) Adeyanju, L.J., (1987) The Role of Educational Technology In Pre- Primary School System Inanoya Imogie and S.O. Aduwa (Eds) A Publication of (NAEMT) Nigeria Association for Educational Media and Technology.pp 30-34.

(30) Adeyanju, L.J., (1990) The Role Of Educational Technology In Education Of Beginners. Journal Of Educational Technology, JEMT, Vol. 2, No 3. Pp 2

(31) Adeyanju, L.J. (1988). Social Studies for Young Nigerian Book 2; (Fully Illustrated); Ibadan, University Press Limited, Nigeria, pp. 1-64.

(32) Adeyanju, L.J. (1991) Production of Cheap Instructional Materials for the 6-3-3- 4 System of Education with Emphasis on the First Six Years. In Trends and Research in Educational Technology Inanoya Imogie,.Onyejemezi, D.A; Mkpa, M.A. and Anukam l.L. National Asssociation for Educational Media and Technology. NAEMT. Ibadan, pp 45-53

(33) Adeyanju, L.J (1993) Improvisation in the Creative Arts Educational Technology in Methodologies of Teaching Humanities. Kunle Akanbi, Lade Adeyanju, and Bimbo Adekomi (Ed) Ondo, lfe Olu Publishers Chapter 23, pp 178- 183

(34) Adeyanju, L.J. and Adeyanju, S.A. (1993). “Educational Technology in Physical Education: Educational Technology in Methodologies of Teaching Science. Kunle Akanbi, Lade Adeyanju and Bimbo Adekomi (Ed.), Ondo, Ife Olu Publishers, Chapter 21, p. 198-206.

*(35) Adeyanju, L.J.,(1997) Family Literacy For Science and Technology Development of Nigeria. Journal of the Reading Association of Nigeria. Vol Nos 1 and 2 Pp 49-57.

+*(36) Egbedokun A, O. Badru F.M. Adeyanju, L,J, and I dowu L., (2005) The Place of Computers in Fine Arts Teaching in the Digital Age: A case of Curriculum Repositioning. Contemporary Issues In Nigerian Art: Referred Proceedings of the International Conference on Nigerian Art. Pp 146-152.

+*(37) Adeyanju L.J., Egbedokun, A.O. and Idowu Lanre (2005) Fine Arts and Early Childhood Education. Contemporary Issues in Nigerian Art: Referred Proceedings of the International Conference on Nigerian Arts. Pp 171-174

(38) Adeyanju, L.J. (1994a). “Audio Tape as Innovation in the Teaching of Fine Arts: (A Case for the Attainment of Equal Education Opportunity)”. Curriculum Studies Approach to Innovation and Change in Nigeria Schools. Modupeola Opeola, Olusegun Ekanade (Eds.) Faculty of Education, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. Ibadan, pp. 86-99.

(39) Adeyanju, L.J. Effects of Audio Taped Instruction on the Cognitive and Psychomotor Abilities of Secondary School Learners. Journal of Educational Media and Technology. Acceptance Letter attached.

(40) Adeyanju, L.J. (1996). “Aesthetic Performance of Part-Time Undergraduate Fine Art Students Teachers of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.”In Issues, Problems And Concerns of Higher Education in Nigeria. A.O..Olanrewaju and F.O. Afolabi (eds.).The School of Education, Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo, pp. 259-269.

(41) Adeyanju, L.J. (1996). Identifying and Nurturing the Young Artistically Gifted Children. Journal of Education, Ondo, Vol. 7, pp.67-76.

(42) Adeyanju, L, J., (2001) The Role Of Art And Culture In The Technological Development of Nigeria. Journal of Art and Ideas. (J.A.I) Vol. 3, pp 56-64

(43) Adeyanju L.J.,(2009) Selection and Use of Instructional Materials and Resources: Basic Educational Teachers Handbook. Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC)

(44) Adeyanju, L.J., H.O. Ajayi, S.O. Agboola. (2009) The Principles of Teaching and Learning. In Principles and Practice of Education. Eds .O.J.Ehindero, F.O. Aladejana & P.O. Jegede. A Production of the Institute of Education, Obafemi Awolowo University, lle Ife. Obafemi Awolowo University Press.

*+ (45) Adeyanju L.J.,Kankam G, Ajibade Y., Adekomi B., Oyewusi L., Oyeniran M. (2009) Instructionl Television Lecture Broadcast: An Innovation In a South Western Nigerian University.Proceedings of AICTTRA International Conference on Application of Information and Communication Technologies to Teaching, Research and Administration. (Eds).Adagunodo E.R., Adeyanju J.O., Aderonmu G.A. pp 205-212.

(46) Adeyanju L. J, and Ajibade Y.A. (2011) Nigeria / Ghana Relationship: Pre testing A Post Teaching Practice Programme in Ghana. Journal of Media Educational Technology and Communications Vol.1, No.1, pp 70-81.

*+ (47) Adeyanju, L J.,(2008) .Education As Basis for Human Development. International Conference on Human Development, International Conference online E-Learning, Journal , Ibadan

(48) Adeyanju, L., J (2011) Emerging Challenges of Technical Education Curriculum for Sustainable Development in Nigeria. Nigeria. UNN/Yaba Tech.Journal.(in press)

6 Technical Reports:

(a) Technical Reports Completed:

The Innovation of Teaching Large Classes from Radio (FM) was started by me during the 1998-99 Session at the University of Education, Winneba - Ghana.

(b) Technical Reports in Progress:

The Perception of Undergraduate Students on delivery of lectures from radio is still being examined among Ghanaian and Nigerian students. (c ) The Concept, Design and actualization of GREAT F.M.94.5 Broadcasting Studio for the Obafemi Awolowo University at lle lfe was my project. It was Commissioned on 20th December, 2008 by the Head of State and Government of Nigeria, represented by the Secretary to the Ministry of Education Dr Afolabi.

Research Interests

i) An investigation of the effect of ICTs Competence of Undergraduate Learners Acquisition of Cognitive and imagery skills. ii) Drawing ability of southwestern Nigerian children. iii) Radio Lessons appreciation among Ghanaian and Nigerian Undergraduate students. iv) Audio Lecture Techniques.