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OGUNFOWOKAN, A.O. (2019) EXPECTATIONS FROM HODS, COURSE ADVISERS AND EXAMINATION OFFICERS. In: FIRST TECHNICAL ANNUAL RETREAT, 1ST-3RD APRIL, 2019, IBADAN, NIGERIA.

Ojo, O. A and Olugbade, D and Adeyanju, L. J (2016) Students’ Acceptance and Attitude towards using Instructional Mobile Technology Package in Colleges of Education in Osun State. Educational Technology, 22 (1).

Olugbade, D and Olurinola, O (2021) Teachers’ perception, Microsoft Teams, Remote learning, Learning Management system. African Journal of Teacher Education, 10 (1). pp. 265-281.

Olugbade, Damola and Adekomi, Adebimbo and Sofowora, Olaniyi Alaba (2016) Enhancing Students' Performance in Basic Science and Technology in Nigeria Using Moodle LMS. International Journal on Educational and Pedagogical Sciences, 10 (5).

Olugbade, O.D (2019) Trends in Information and Communication Technology: Immediate Need for Re-Appraisal of Instructional Delivery Strategies in this 21th Century in Nigeria. Journal of Educational Media and Technology, 24 (2).

Oyeleke, O.O and Olugbade, O.D and Awopeju, O.A (2016) Demographic Assessment of Feasibility and Prospects of E-learning in Nigeria. 37th International Conference, Educational Media Association of Nigeria.

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Sabboh, Godwin Matthew and Olugbade, Damola (2021) INFLUENCE OF TEACHING STYLES AND PARENTAL BONDING ON ACADEMIC BOREDOM AMONG UNDERGRADUATES IN OYO STATE, NIGERIA. African Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Research, 4 (1). pp. 122-133. ISSN 2689-5129

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