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Mr. Ekpo Omini Ekpo-Eloma


Curriculum & Teaching


Lecturer II


[email protected]

About Mr. Ekpo Omini Ekpo-Eloma

Mr. Ekpo-Eloma joined the services of the University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria in 2011 as Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching, University of Calabar. He holds B. Ed. (Adult Education) and MPA degrees from University of CaIabar. He was awarded M. Sc (Ed.) Educational Technology by the Univrsity of Uyo, Uyo Nigeria in 2008. he has been teaching and contributing to the graduation of students in the University. Mr Ekpo-Eloma served the Department of Curriculum and Teaching as Coordinator, Educational Technology (NUC) programme between 2012 and 2015. He also served as Faculty Secretary, Faculty of Education Teaching Practice Committee between 2012 to 2018. Mr Ekpo has attended many conference and published in both local and international journals.he is a member of the Educational Media and Technology Association of Nigeria and Curriculum Conference of Nigeria. He has a special bias in Instructional material Design, Production and Utilization as well as Broadcasting and Scripting for the Media.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
First School Leaving certificatePresbyterian primary school Agoi Ibami19701975
WassceArts and Science Uyo19751980
B.eD in Adult Educational University of Calabar 19871991
Masters in Public AdministrationUniversity of Calabar19941997
Masters in Educational TechnologyUniversity of Uyo20052008
Ph.d (inview) Educational TechnologyUniversity Of Nigeria20102019

S/N Publication
Ekpo-Eloma, E. O., Ebuta, C. N. & Effiong, A. A. (2016). Mobile Phones and students’ academic performance in Educational Technology. Advances in multidisciplinary and scientific Research Journal, USA, 2(145- 150).
Effiong, A. A., Ekpo-Eloma, E.O & Udoh, V.I. (2016). Virtual classroom instruction and undergraduate students’ academic performance in Education Technology, University of Calabar. Equatorial Research Journal of Education and Curriculum Studies. Egypt. 1(2), 73-84.
Effiong, A. A. & Ekpo-Eloma, E. O. (2016). Interactive effect of PowerPoint instructional package of Educational Technology students in the University of Calabar. Equatorial Research Journal of Education and Curriculum Studies. Egypt. 1(2).
Anagbogu, G. E; Ekpo-Eloma, E. O. & Uba, J. E. (2014). Students’ evaluation of lecturers in higher institutions in Cross River State: Implications for monitoring and evaluation of teaching effectiveness for global competitiveness. International Journal of Research in Basic and Lifelong Education, 4(1&2), Calabar: IOE 124-132.
Ebuta, C. N. & Ekpo-Eloma, E. O. (2014). Entereducate techniques in early childhood case development education towards global imperatives (See Journal above) (96-102).
Ebuta, C. N. & Ekpo-Eloma, E.O (2014). Influence of parental involvement on their children’s education and their academic achievement in English Language. Global Journal of Educational Research 13 (31-36).
Ekpo-Eloma, E.O & Ebuta, C.N (2014). Students’ perception of the use of social networking web-based tools for instructional delivery among undergraduate students. International Journal of Continuing Education and Development Studies (IJCEDS), 2(3), 9-14.
Ekpo-Eloma, E. O.; Arikpo, A. & Effiom, V. N. (2013). Teachers’ attitude, use of self-made video compact disc and Calabar Municipality Students’ academic performance in social studies, Cross River State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Management and Business Research: Economic and Commerce, USA 13(3) 10, 15-18.
Arikpo, A; Asanye, B.; Ekpo-Eloma, E. O. & Udumo, B. O. (2013). Financial well-being, psycho-social abilities and sale or distribution of Asian and U.S.A food supplements by public and private sector graduates employees in South South, Nigeria. Global Journal of Human Social Sciences: Linguistic and Education 13(3), 1-14
Udumo, B. O.; Arikpo, A. & Ekpo-Eloma, E. O. (2013). Public and private sector participation and tourism development in Cross River State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Science Frontier Research: (Interdisciplinary,) USA.13(1), 1-6.
Okoli, G. E., Ekpo-Eloma, E.O, Okoli, I. I. & Etim, C.A. (2013). The home and the inculcation of literacy skills among primary school pupils in Calabar Metropolis. Akamkpa Journal of Education, 2(2), 104-110.
Ekpo-Eloma, E.O & Effiong, A. (2013). Enhancing students’ in interest and achievement in science and technology education using documentaries. International Journal of Research in Basic and Lifelong Education. 3(1&2), 41-46.
Ekpo-Eloma, E.O, Arikpo, A. & Ebuta, C. (2012). Integrating video technology in micro-teaching sessions for teacher-trainees’ self- appraisal and professional growth. International Journal of Adult Education and Lifelong Learning (IJAELL) 1(1), 69-72.
Arikpo,.A , Oden,S.A.,Duruamaku-Dim,J.C. & Ekpo-Eloma, E.O (2009). Unemployment, personality traits, gender, roles-stereotype, common entrepreneurial practice, curriculum outcomes and self-labour market performance of tertiary institution graduates in South South Nigeria, Tropical focus. The International Journal Series on Issues. Pacificam Douala: Cameroon, 10(1), 191-206.
Ekpo-Eloma, E.O & Udosen,I.N. (2009). Effect of programmed instruction on students’ achievement in social studies. The Calabar Counsellor (CALJOCAN), (111)2, 61-76.
Oden, S. N., Ekpo-Eloma, E. O. & Iyorza, S. (2009). Audio-toys and Acquisition of Literacy Skills by Preschoolers in Calabar Metropolis. Journal Educational Technology & Instruction, 1(1).
Udosen, I. N. & Ekpo-Eloma, E. O. (2008). Meeting the challenges of teaching and learning in the 21st Century: Implication for Stakeholders in Education. Journal of Education for Professional Growth 4(1), 296-302.
Usang E. E. & Ekpo-Eloma, E. O. (2008). Integrating community resources into the teaching-learning process in Cross River State primary schools. The Calabar Counsellor (CALJOCAN) 2(1), 61-72.
Ekpo-Eloma, E. O. & Udosen, I.N. (2007). A comparative study of the effect of use of improvised and conventional instructional materials on students’ achievement in social studies in Calabar Metropolis. Nigerian Journal of Functional Education. 5(1), 13-21.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
1st International Conference on Education in the Information AgeGlobal Challenges and Enhancement Strategies2006-06-172016-06-21
29th Annual Convention/International Conference on Shifting Paradigms in the Teaching Function in an ICT eraImplications for the Attainment of Quality Education in Nigeria organized by Nigeria Association for Educational Media and Technology2008-09-082008-09-12
29th Annual Convention/International Conference on Shifting Paradigms in the Teaching Function in an ICT era: Implications for the Attainment of Quality Education in Nigeria organized by Nigeria Association for Educational Media and Technology – LEnhancing Teachers’ Competence in an Information and Communication Technology driven Environment.2008-09-082008-09-12
2nd Teachers’ Professional Development Workshop organized by State Universal Basic Education Board Improvisation of Instructional Materials for Primary Schools.2010-04-052010-04-17
ICT Tools – Nigeria Association for Educational Media and TechnologyStudents’ Perception of the use of Social Networking Web-based Tools for Instructional Delivery among Undergraduate Students.2012-10-082012-10-12
Conference on Education and Contemporary Issues organized by Faculty of Education, University of CalabarMobile Phones and Academic Performance of Undergraduate students of NOUN2014-09-022014-09-05