Please wait...


Mr. Paul Ingiona Adie


Curriculum & Teaching


Assistant Lecturer


[email protected]

About Mr. Paul Ingiona Adie

Mr Paul Ingiona Adie was employed in the University of Calabar in 2016 as a Graduate Assistant in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching. He holds B.Ed. and M.Sc. (Ed) degrees that were awarded to him by the University of Calabar in 2008 and University of Uyo in 2019 respectively. Paul has been teaching, researching and mentoring students in the University since he joined the University. His major area of research is digital pedagogies for bridging the digital divide in emerging markets. He has successfully published some journal articles in his area of research. Paul has been attending many conferences, workshops, seminars, symposia and other update courses where he presented papers. He is a promising young academics. Mr Paul Adie is a member of the Educational Media and Technology Association of Nigeria.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCMater Dei Day Inter Nursery and Primary School Igoli-Ogoja 19891995
WAECModel Secondary School Okpoma Yala LGA 19952001
B.EdUniversity of Calabar, Calabar20032006
M.EdUniversity of Uyo 20152018

S/N Publication
Udosen, I. N., & Adie, P. I., (2019) Google Classroom for Distance Learners by National Teachers’ Institute: A Case Study of Calabar Study Centre. International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology Research. 7 (1), 46-55.
Okworo, G. S., & Adie, P. I., ( 2017) Educational Resource Centre: A Veritable Delivery System for Effective Implementation of Distance Learning Education in a Cloud Computing Environment in Nigeria. International Journal of Education and Evaluation. 3 (6) , 18-27.

warning No Result For Grants Received.

S/N Conference Description Started Finished
Association of Commonwealth Universities Early Career Researchers: Developing the Next Generation of Researchers Workshop, Ibadan.2019-04-022019-04-04
9th Annual Conference of the Faculty of Education, University of Calabar. 2019-09-112019-09-12