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Dr. MFON EYO

Lecturer II
Guidance and Counselling
meyo@unical.edu.ng

Dr Mfon Eyo is an educationist, an astute administrator and a Service Delivery expert. He was a Special Adviser on General Duties in Mbo LGA before joining Airtel, a telecom service provider, as Customer Care/Service Delivery Consultant. He rose to a middle management cadre before leaving voluntarily to join the academia. Presently, Dr Mfon Eyo is a lecturer in the Department of Guidance and Counselling, Faculty of Education, University of Calabar. His research interest spans across cyber counselling, ICT in Education, vulnerable group (women, children/youth and the aged) and higher education. Others are peace and conflict resolution, environmental education and general education. In addition to his core academic responsibilities, Dr Mfon Eyo is also the ICT Coordinator and Chairman of the ICT Committee of the Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, Nigeria. He is also the Secretary of the Cross River State Chapter of Counselling Association of Nigeria (CASSON).

Eyo, M. (2015). email and Social Media as Potent Tools for Orientation and Staff-Students Interaction: A Case of the Faculty of Education of the University of Calabar. Journal of Library and Information Technology Trends (JOLITT), 1(1), (December), 45 – 56.


Eyo, M. (2005). Universal Education and African Development: The Nigerian Experience. Ogirisi: A New Journal of African Studies, 2(3), (June), 71 – 81.


Eyo, M. (2012). Generational and Ownership Inequity in the Utilization of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Nigerian Universities. Journal of Education in Developing Areas (JEDA), 20(1), 400 – 409.


Eyo, M. (2014). Extent of Utilization of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Counsellor Education in Nigerian Universities. International Journal of Research and Advancement in Educational Methods, 11(2), 40 – 44.


Eyo, M. (2014). Level of Awareness on the Importance of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Counsellor Education in Universities in South South Nigeria. International Journal of Research and Advancement in Educational Methods, 11(3), 24 – 28.


Eyo, M. (2015). Education for All and the Girl Child as a Special Needs Student: Counselling Implications. The Exceptional Child, 17(1), (July), 160 – 168. http://naec.org.ng/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/The-Exceptional-Child-2015.pdf#page=166


Eyo, M. (2015). Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Facilitated Counselling and Nigeria’s Educational Development beyond 2020. Knowledge Review, 33(3), (December), 73 - 80.


Eyo, M. (2015). Intercultural Dialogue: Incorporating Creative Strategies of Diversity Management in a School Environment in Counsellor Education. Journal of Resourcefulness and Distinction (JORESDIS), 11(1), (December), 130 – 140.


Eyo, M. (2015). Strategies for Effective Utilization of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Counsellor Education in Nigeria. Journal of Educational Research and Policies, 10(1), 72 -78.


Eyo, M. (2012). Problems hindering the Utilization of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Counsellor Education. International Journal of Innovations in Educational Methods, 4(2), 88 - 92. (Ghana)


Eyo, M. (2016). Counselling Undergraduates’ Perception of Social Media as a Tool for National Integration and Stability in Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research (IJEAPR), 8(1), (June), 290 – 300.


Eyo, M. (2016). Adoption of ICT to enhance Knowledge Integration in Counselling Practice by Counsellors in Secondary Schools in Calabar Municipality. Education for Today, 12(2), (September), 112 – 120.


Eyo, M. (2014). Digital Divide in the Utilization of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Counsellor Education in Nigerian Universities. Africa Education Review, 11(2), 91 - 102. (South Africa) http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/18146627.2014.927141#tabModule Google Scholar


Eyo, M. (2016). Counselling Implications of Teachers’ Digital Competencies in the Use of Social Networking Sites (SNSs) in the Teaching-learning Process in Calabar, Nigeria. Cogent Education, 3(1), 1 - 9. (United Kingdom). http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/2331186X.2015.1128134 Google Scholar


Asuquo, P. N. and Eyo, M. (2017). Broadband Technology and Counselling Practice in Nigeria. In A. E. O. Esu, I. M. Kalu and C. C. Chukwurah (Eds). Issues in Education, Science and Technology. Calabar: Stiffaith Prints and Supplies


Asuquo, P. N. and Eyo, M. (2017). Broadband Technology and Counselling Practice in Nigeria. In A. E. O. Esu, I. M. Kalu and C. C. Chukwurah (Eds). Issues in Education, Science and Technology. Calabar: Stiffaith Prints and Supplies


Asuquo, P. N. and Eyo, M. (2017). Broadband Technology and Counselling Practice in Nigeria. In A. E. O. Esu, I. M. Kalu and C. C. Chukwurah (Eds). Issues in Education, Science and Technology. Calabar: Stiffaith Prints and Supplies


Eyo, M. and Inaja, A. (2015). The counsellor and the restoration of examination ethics and integrity in Nigeria. In E. Okeke, A. N. Eze and T. Agboghoroma (Eds). Examination Malpractice: Deterrents and Solutions. Onitsha: Global Academic Group Online Academic Resources, 494 – 535.


Asuquo, P. N. and Eyo, M. (2017). Broadband Technology and Counselling Practice in Nigeria. In A. E. O. Esu, I. M. Kalu and C. C. Chukwurah (Eds). Issues in Education, Science and Technology. Calabar: Stiffaith Prints and Supplies


Bassey, R. S. and Eyo, M. (2015). Demographic Variables as Predictors of First Year Undergraduate’s Use of the Library in the University of Calabar: Counselling Implications. Information and Knowledge Management, 5(7), 143 – 150. (USA). http://iiste.org/Journals/index.php/IKM/article/view/23920/24491


Eyo, M. and Favored, S. (2017). A Threat to SDG five: Sexual Harassment of Female Undergraduates through Social Networking Sites (SNSs). Education for Today, 13(2), (June), 195 – 205.


Eyo, M. (2016). Counselling Undergraduates’ Perception of Social Media as a Tool for National Integration and Stability in Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research (IJEAPR), 8(1), (June), 290 – 300.


Eyo, M.


Eyo, M. (2016). Adoption of ICT to enhance Knowledge Integration in Counselling Practice by Counsellors in Secondary Schools in Calabar Municipality. Education for Today, 12(2), (September), 112 – 120.


Eyo, M. and Obot, A. (draft). Incidence of sexism amongst undergraduates in Nigerian Universities: Counselling Implications.


Eyo, M. (2015). Education for All and the Girl Child as a Special Needs Student: Counselling Implications. The Exceptional Child, 17(1), (July), 160 – 168. http://naec.org.ng/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/The-Exceptional-Child-2015.pdf#page=166


Eyo, M. (2015). Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Facilitated Counselling and Nigeria’s Educational Development beyond 2020. Knowledge Review, 33(3), (December), 73 - 80.


Eyo, M. (2015). Intercultural Dialogue: Incorporating Creative Strategies of Diversity Management in a School Environment in Counsellor Education. Journal of Resourcefulness and Distinction (JORESDIS), 11(1), (December), 130 – 140.


Eyo, M. (2015). email and Social Media as Potent Tools for Orientation and Staff-Students Interaction: A Case of the Faculty of Education of the University of Calabar. Journal of Library and Information Technology Trends (JOLITT), 1(1), (December), 45 – 56.


Eyo, M. (2002). Virginity:The Pride of Womanhood. Kano: Gidan Dabino publishers.


Eyo, M. (2012). Political Actors as Role Models in Nigeria: Counselling Implications. In E. D. Ozoji, I. A. Kolo and T. A. Ajobiewe (Eds).Contemporary Issues in Guidance Counselling and Special Needs Education. Ibadan: Glory-Land Publishing Company, 309 – 320.


Eyo, M. (2005). Universal Education and African Development: The Nigerian Experience. Ogirisi: A New Journal of African Studies, 2(3), (June), 71 – 81.


Eyo, M. (2012). Generational and Ownership Inequity in the Utilization of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Nigerian Universities. Journal of Education in Developing Areas (JEDA), 20(1), 400 – 409.


Eyo, M. (2014). Extent of Utilization of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Counsellor Education in Nigerian Universities. International Journal of Research and Advancement in Educational Methods, 11(2), 40 – 44.


Eyo, M. (2012). Problems hindering the Utilization of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Counsellor Education. International Journal of Innovations in Educational Methods, 4(2), 88 - 92. (Ghana)


Omeje, J. C. and Eyo, M. E. (2008). Value System and Standard of Education in Nigerian Third Generation Universities: Implications for Counselling. African Research Review, 2(2), 154 – 174. (Kenya) http://afrrevjo.net/journals/multidiscipline/Vol_2_num_2_art_11_Omeje


Eyo, M. (2014). Digital Divide in the Utilization of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Counsellor Education in Nigerian Universities. Africa Education Review, 11(2), 91 - 102. (South Africa) http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/18146627.2014.927141#tabModule Google Scholar


Eyo, M. (2015). Strategies for Effective Utilization of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Counsellor Education in Nigeria. Journal of Educational Research and Policies, 10(1), 72 -78.


Eyo, M. (2014). Level of Awareness on the Importance of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Counsellor Education in Universities in South South Nigeria. International Journal of Research and Advancement in Educational Methods, 11(3), 24 – 28.


Eyo, M. (2016). Counselling Implications of Teachers’ Digital Competencies in the Use of Social Networking Sites (SNSs) in the Teaching-learning Process in Calabar, Nigeria. Cogent Education, 3(1), 1 - 9. (United Kingdom). http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/2331186X.2015.1128134 Google Scholar


Eyo, M., Asuquo, P. N. and Petters, J. (2015). Work Environment and Economic Variables as Correlates of Teachers’ Productivity in Calabar, Nigeria. The International Journal of Humanities and Social Studies, 3(6), (June), 236 – 239. (India). http://theijhss.com/2015-2/june-15

Petters, J. S., Asuquo, P. N. and Eyo, M. (2015). Psychosocial Variables in Occupational Aspirations of Secondary School Students in Calabar, Nigeria. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 2(7), (July), 89 – 94. (United Kingdom). http://scholarpublishing.org/index.php/ASSRJ/article/view/1191/pdf_183 Google Scholar


Asuquo, P. N. and Eyo, M. (2017). Broadband Technology and Counselling Practice in Nigeria. In A. E. O. Esu, I. M. Kalu and C. C. Chukwurah (Eds). Issues in Education, Science and Technology. Calabar: Stiffaith Prints and Supplies


Asuquo, P. N. and Eyo, M. (2017). Broadband Technology and Counselling Practice in Nigeria. In A. E. O. Esu, I. M. Kalu and C. C. Chukwurah (Eds). Issues in Education, Science and Technology. Calabar: Stiffaith Prints and Supplies Co., 39 – 54.


Asuquo, P. N. and Eyo, M. (2017). Broadband Technology and Counselling Practice in Nigeria. In A. E. O. Esu, I. M. Kalu and C. C. Chukwurah (Eds). Issues in Education, Science and Technology. Calabar: Stiffaith Prints and Supplies Co., 39 – 54.

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