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Prof. Roseline Edom Tawo

Professor
Guidance and Counselling
rosetawo@unical.edu.ng

Prof Tawo holds a Ph.D in Guidance and Counselling. She has served as a Coordinator, B.Ed Adult Education Programme (2004-2006), Examination officer (2001-2004) and Academic Adviser for many years. Currently, she has taught for 18 years in University of Calabar. She is a member of local and Intrnational Professional Associations and has attended and presented papers in both local and international conferences as indicated.

Idowu Biao; and Roseline E. Tawo (Eds.-2007). Psychological Principles of Adult Education. Calabar, Nigeria: Wusen Publishers. ISBN No: 978-36245-5-5.


Idowu Biao; and Roseline Tawo (2014).Higher education intervention in the management of soil erosion and agricultural practice in Nigeria, 90-99. In Patricia Inman and Diana L. Robinson (Eds). University engagement and environmental sustainability, Universities and Lifelong Learning. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press. (ISBN: 978 0 7190 9162 9).

Idowu Biao; Simon Akpama; Roseline Tawo; and Etim Inyang (2011). Calabar case study 1: Female farmers in a University-led agricultural training programme in Calabar, Nigeria, 61-70. In Julia Preece (Ed.). Community Service and Community Engagement in four African Universities. Glasgow: Gaborone, Botswana: Lightbooks Publishers. (ISBN No: 978-99912-71-48-4).

Idowu Biao; Roseline Tawo; Simon Akpama; and Etim Inyang (2011). Calabar case study 2: Lesson from University involvement with female sex workers in Calabar-Nigeria, 71-81. In Julia Preece (ed.). Community Service and Community Engagement in four African Universities. Glasgow: Lightbooks Publishers. (ISBN No: 978-99912-71-48-4).

Idowu Biao; Simon I. Akpama; Rose E. Tawo; and Lucy Okukpon (2009). Case study of two non-formal programmes in Cross River State, Nigeria, 59-72. In Julia Preece (Ed.). Non-formal education poverty reduction and life enhancement. A comparative study. (ISBN No: 978-99912-71-48-4), Gaborone, Botswana: Lightbooks Publishers.

Roseline E. Asia (2002). Safety education and psychological health of women. In G. Umoren; N. U. Ntia; and I. Biao (Eds.). Readings in Adult Education, 45-61. Department of Adult and Continuing Education. University of Calabar, Calabar: (ISBN No: 978-36245-0-4). Glad Tidings Press Ltd.

Roseline E. Asia (2002). Perception and productivity. In G. Umoren, N.U. Ntia; and I. Biao (Eds.). Readings in Adult Education, 80-93. The Department of Adult and Continuing Education. University of Calabar, Calabar: (ISBN No: 978-36245-0-4). Glad Tidings Press Ltd

Roseline E. Tawo (2012). Delinquency and Crime Control. In Marcelllus U. Ojuah, Ewa Usang and Robert Etor (Eds.). Perspectives in Adult Education and Lifelong Learning, 322-350. Department of Adult and Continuing Education. University of Calabar. Calabar: ISBN No: 978-36245-0-4. University of Calabar Press.

Tawo, Roseline E. (2017). Evaluation of Universal Literacy Programme in Cross River State,Nigeria.International Journal of Adult Education and Lifelong Learning (IJAELL), 1 (1), 34-41. Department of Adult and Continuing Education, University of Calabar, Calabar-Nigeria: Eke Printers.

Tawo, Roseline E. (2017). Evaluation of Universal Literacy Programme in Cross River State, Nigeria.International Journal of Adult Education and Lifelong Learning (IJAELL), 1 (1), 34-41. Department of Adult and Continuing Education, University of Calabar, Calabar-Nigeria: Eke Printers.

Adamu Isah; and Roseline E. Tawo (2014). Application of collaborative dispute resolution strategy of adult education agencies and community development in Bauchi State. International Journal of Continuing Education and Development Studies (IJCEDS), 1 (2). (Editor), Journal of Department of Adult and Continuing Education, University of Calabar, Calabar-Nigeria.

Iquo O. Mkpa; and Roseline E. Tawo (2014). Corporate social responsibilities of oil companies on road network and transportation and community development in Nigeria. International Journal of Continuing Education and Development Studies (IJCEDS), 1 (2). (Editor), Journal of Department of Adult and Continuing Education, University of Calabar, Calabar-Nigeria.

R. E. Tawo; B. Arikpo; and E. Asuquo (2013). Revisiting a student-oriented curriculum in the Nigerian secondary school system. Africa Education Review, 10 (2), 281-297.

Roseline E. Tawo; Eno Asuquo; Esther B. Arikpo; and Arikpo B. Arikpo (2012). Scope, relevance and missions of traditional education: Implications for partnership in implementing Universal Basic Education programmes in Cross River State of Nigeria. The Global Studies Journal, 5(1), 17-26.

Roseline E. Tawo; Cecilia A. Beshel; and Arikpo B. Arikpo (2012). Teacher Preparation and Availability for Combating Illiteracy in Cross River State, Nigeria. The International Journal of Humanities Education, 10 (3). 27-40.

Arikpo B. Arikpo; and Roseline E. Tawo (2012). The role of higher education institutions in the promotion of non-formal education in Nigeria. International Journal of Adult Education and Lifelong Learning (IJAELL), 1 (1), 34-41. Department of Adult and Continuing Education, University of Calabar, Calabar-Nigeria: Eke Printers.

Roseline E. Tawo; Arikpo B. Arikpo; Marcellinus U. Ojuah; and Chris C. Chukwurah (2010). Role of Open and Distance Learning in the Attainment of United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in Cross River State, Nigeria. Indian Journal of Open Leaning, 19(1), 23-31.

Roseline E. Tawo; and Daniel Denga (2009). Urbanization and its consequences: Implication for adult counselling. The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, 4 (6), 1-8.

Roseline E. Tawo; Daniel Denga; and Hannah M. Denga (2009). Education of women for empowerment in Nigeria. The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, 9 (1), 45-58.

Arikpo B. Arikpo; Roseline E. Tawo; and Marcellinus U. Ojuah (2008). Assessment of literacy programme (LIPA) of selected Nigerian Universities as perceived by students. Implication for counselling. TheInternational Journal of Learning, 15 (9), 49-62.

Roseline E. Tawo; Arikpo, B. Arikpo; and Marcellinus U. Ojuah (2008). Distance learning education in Nigeria: Methods and strategies. The International Journal of Learning, 15 (9), 63-74.

Roseline E. Tawo; Arikpo B. Arikpo; and Marcellinus U. Ojuah (2008). Gender and citizenship participation inempowerment programmes in agriculture for poverty alleviation in Cross River State. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Science, 3 (6), 35-44

Roseline E. Tawo; Arikpo, B. Arikpo; and Marcellinus U. Ojuah (2008). Contemporary trends in workplace and employee motivation for sustainable productivity in Cross River State Civil Service of Nigeria: Implication for counselling. The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, 8 (5), 17-30.

Roseline E. Tawo, Arikpo B. Arikpo, Marcellus U. Ojuah (2008). Role of Open and Distance Learning in Providing Quality Education for Teachers: Implications for UBE Programme. The African Council for Distance Education (ACDE) Conference Proceedings, 398-416.

Roseline E. Tawo; Alice E. Asim; and Peter Unoh Bassey (2007).Methodological issues in assessing literacy level among Second-chance learners. The International Journal of Learning, 14 (3), 217-225.

Roseline E. Tawo; Hannah, M. Denga; and Denga I. Denga (2007).Formal vocational training and poverty reduction. The International Journal of Learning, 14 (3), 227-231

Arikpo, Arikpo B., Tawo, Roseline E.; and Ojuah, Marcellinus U. (2007). Contributions to adult and continuing education for all: The case of University of Calabar consultancy programme. Adult Education in Nigeria, 14, 227-237.

Arikpo, Arikpo B., Tawo, Roseline E.; and Ojuah, Marcellinus (2007). Impact of non-formal education programmes for all on rural community development: Learners’ perception. Adult Education in Nigeria, 15, 1-12.

Roseline E. Tawo; Maureen O. Okon; Peter U. Bassey; and Justina E. Eze (2006). Marital adjustment as an index of family stability. The Counsellor, 22, 120–126.

Tawo, Roseline E., Arikpo, Arikpo B., and Eze, Justina U. (2006). Women empowerment through vocational skill acquisition as a panacea for poverty reduction. Adult Education in Nigeria, 12, 44-51.

Tawo, Roseline E., Eyam, Stella O., and Umoren, G. (2006). Self-concept and participation of school dropouts in vocational training programmes in Cross River State. Adult Education in Nigeria, 13, 209-218.

Asia, Roseline Edet, Okon, Maureen O. and Arah, Violet Ngozi (2005). Psychosocial consequences of retirement in Cross River State: Implications for counselling. The Counsellor, 21, 165–171b33. Index/Citation: AJOL- JournalSeek, Google Scholar.

Okon, Maureen O; Bassey, Peter U, and Asia, Roseline E. (2004). Capacity development of second- chance learners through vocational guidance. The Journal of World Council for Curriculum andInstruction (WCCI), Nigerian Chapter, 5 (1), 60-69.

Roseline Edet Asia (2003). Anxiety and students’ academic performance. Education for Today, 3 (2), 145– 152.
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