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Dr. AGNES LAWRENCE OKUTE

lecturer 1
Vocational Education
agnesokute@unical.edu.ng

Dr. (Mrs.) Agnes Lawrence Okute is a Lecturer in University of Calabar. She holds a Ph.D. M.Ed and B.Sc. Degrees in Business Education from University of Nigeria, Nsukka. She has authored many articles in reputable international (peer reviewed) and local journals. Dr. (Mrs.) Okute is a professional member of the following organizations: 1. Teachers’ Registration Council of Nigeria. (TRCN) 2. Association of Business Educators of Nigeria (ABEN) . 3. Association of Vocational and Technical Educators of Nigeria (AVTEN) Dr. (Mrs.) a 4th Degree Lady of St. Mulumba Nigeria, and a recipients of many awards. She is happily married with children

Okute A. L.and Chukwurah, C. C. (2011). Repositioning business education for work skill requirements in an information and communication technology era. African Journal of Vocational Education, 4(1), 64


Okute, A. L. asnd Agomuo, E. E. (2009). “Business teachers’ perception of the technological competencies required for the adoption of e-learning in teaching business courses in tertiary institutions in Cross River and AkwaIbom States”. Business Education Journal, 7 (1), 144 – 156.

ISSN: 0794 – 7003.


Okute, A. L. asnd Agomuo, E. E. (2009). “Business teachers’ perception of the technological competencies required for the adoption of e-learning in teaching business courses in tertiary institutions in Cross River and AkwaIbom States”. Business Education Journal, 7 (1), 144 – 156.

ISSN: 0794 – 7003.


Okute, A. L.and Agomuo, E. E. (2010). “Business teachers’ perception of the application of e-learning in reforming business courses delivery system in tertiary institutions in Cross River and AkwaIbom States”.

Nigerian Vocational Association


Okute, A. L.and Agomuo, E. E.(2014). “Electronic learning and business education in tertiary institutions in Nigeria:issues of adoption and adaptation”.

Computer Education Research Journal,1(1),101 – 107.ISSN: 2465 – 6747.


Ashi, M.M.and Okute, A.L.(2010). “Impact of institutional vocational education on career prospects of people with special needs”. The Exeptional Child, 12(1) ,171 –183.ISSN: 1119-636X.


Chukwurah, C.C.and Okute, A.L.(2010).Rethinking teacher quality in aninformation age: implication for pre-service business teacher production.International Journal of Vocational Technical Education,3 (2), 1 –7.ISSN: 1596 – 3780.


Duruamaku-Dim, G.C.E.; Okute, A. L. and Ajuluchukwu, E. N.(2008).“Utazi* Model: its relevance to decision making and problem solving in vocational education”. African Journal of Vocational Education, 3 (2), 1 7.ISSN: 1596 – 3780.


Egbri, J. N. and Okute, A. L.(2018). Internet resources and postgraduate business education research in universities in South-East and South-South Nigeria: problems and way forward. International Journal of Education Bench (IJEB), 10 (1), 47 – 56. ISSN: Online2489-0170. Available at www.benchmarkjournals.com.


Enang, C. E., Okute, A. L.and Egbri, J. N. (2014). Use of web 2.0 technologies and security risk awareness by staff of Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja, Nigeria.


Okute, A. L. (2010). Ensuring quality training and effective selling skills for sales personnel in an ICT-based economy.


(ICT) on the Nigerian business environment: implication for business educators. Association of Business Educators of Nigeria Book of Readings, 1 (10), 41- 45. ISSN: 0794 – 7003.Okute, A. L. (2013). Capacity building needs of vocational education teachers for qualitative teaching and development of attitude in technical colleges in Nigeria. Nigerian Vocational Association


Okute, A. L.(2017).The Nigerian worker and value re-orientation in a depressed economy. Nigerian Journal of Business Education, 4 (1),286 - 291.

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