Dr Adewale Adesina

Adewale Adesina

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Lecturer I

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Adewale Adesina is a Lecturer in computer science and Ag. Director, Learning Content Management System (LCMS) at the National Open University of Nigeria.
Adewale focuses on educational technology, elearning, information management and computer networks. Adewale holds a master of science in Information Technology and PhD in Computer Science from Loughborough University, UK  and a bachelor of engineering degree from Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Nigeria. As a learning facilitator passionate about education reform and revolutionising education, Adewale believes in providing every student with a real-life, applicable, engaging, and personalised learning in which they learn how to learn, develop character and integrity, and get inspired to become lifelong learners and world changers. His research interests are in the areas of artificial intelligence, learning technologies, internet security, computer and social media networks.

 

 

  • Coordinating Computer Science Courses
  • Research group coordinator
  • Training

 

 

  • Educational Technologies
  • Networking
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Web Programming

 

 

  1. Okopi, F., Odeyemi, O. J., & Adesina, A. (2015). Computer-Based Learning in Open and Distance Learning Institutions in Nigeria: Cautions on Use of Internet for Counseling. i-Manager's Journal of Educational Technology, 11(4), 27.
  2. Adesina, A., Stone, R., Batmaz, F., & Jones, I. (2014). Touch Arithmetic: A Process-Based Computer-Aided Assessment Approach for Capture of Problem Solving Steps in the Context of Elementary Mathematics. Computers & Education 78: 333–343.
  3. Adesina A. (2012).  Potentials of Multi-Touch Interactions for Teaching and Learning, West African Journal of Flexible Learning (WAJOFEL), 2 (2). 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Adesina, A., Stone, R., Batmaz, F., & Jones, I. (2015). A Semi-Automatic Computer-Aided Assessment Approach for Marking and Providing Feedback Comments, In Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Computer Supported Education, Lisbon, Portugal.
  2. Okopi, F., Odeyemi, O. & Adesina, W. (2015). Computer-based Learning in Open and Distance Learning Institutions in Nigeria: Cautions on Use of Internet for Counselling. In D. Slykhuis & G. Marks (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2015 (pp. 1245-1250). Chesapeake, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE)
  3. Adesina, A., Stone, R., Batmaz, F., & Jones, I. (2013). Use of Multi-Touch Gestures for Capturing Solution Steps in Arithmetic Word Problems. In Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Computer Supported Education, Achen, Germany, pages 210-215.
  4. Adesina, A. (2013). Utilising Touch Technologies for Teaching and Feedback Processes in Open and Distance Learning. In Proceedings of the Pan-Commonwealth Forum 7 (PCF7), Abuja, Nigeria
  5. Reju, S. A.,  Adesina, A. (2008). Institutional Planning for Online Assessment, Using Learning Content Management Systems (LCMS). In Commonwealth of Learning/RETRIDAL workshop on Strategic Policy and Management of Assessment in ODL for the West African Sub-Region, held in NOUN headquarters Lagos, May.
  6. Ofule, C., Ojo, O. & Adesina, A. (2008). Barriers to the Use of Information Communication Technologies (ICTS) among Distance Learners: A Case Study of Nigeria.  In Proceedings of the ACDE Conference and General Assembly, Lagos, Nigeria, Pages 762 - 772