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Name: Adams Otuoze Umoru ONUKA
Current Status: Professor of Research, Evaluation & Business/Management Education
Affiliation: Institute of Education, University: University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Address: Institute of Education, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria
Residence: 12 Amina Way, University of Ibadan
Email Addresses:[email protected], [email protected], [email protected]
+234 803 356 4064; +234 807 475 7664
University Education & Qualifications (With Dates)
(a) University of Lagos, Lagos [B. Sc. (Hons.) Business Administration]
(1978-1981)
(b) University of Ibadan, Ibadan [M. Ed. Educational Evaluation] (1989-1991)
(c) University of Ibadan, Ibadan [Ph.D. Educational Evaluation] (1992-1996)
(d) Immanuel College of Theology and Christian Education, Ibadan [Dip. Th.] (1984-1988)
(e) Training in Mediation, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda (Cert in Med) [2009]
Vocational/Professional Qualifications (With Dates)
(a) Dip. Th., Immanuel College of Theology and Christian Education, Ibadan (1988)
(b) Certified Teacher, Teachers’ Registration Council of Nigeria (2007)

I teach Public Examining in the Humanities and Social Sciences, Principles and Practice of Educational Evaluation, Educational Research, Questionnaire and Rating Scales Design, Education and Society, Evaluation of Student Learning.
I have been examining Doctoral and Master of Philosophy since 2011 in some Universities including University of Ilorin, University of Calabar and Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, and University of Cape Coast, Ghana, among others. I have also assessed a candidate for Senior Lecturership position at the University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana. I have assessed a candidate for promotion at the University of Cape Coast and internally within the University of Ibadan.
Administrative & consulting experiences at the University Level
Chairman, University of Ibadan, Anti-Cultism Campaign Committee [2010-date], Director, Social Orientation, University of Ibadan [2011-date], Member, Anti-Corruption and Transparency Committee, UI, Head, Outreach Services Unit, Institute of Education, University of Ibadan [2010-2013 & 2016-], Head, Links, Fellowship and Grants Programme, Institute of Education, University of Ibadan [2013-2016], Member, Senate, 2003-2011, 2013-date and of several Senate Committees [Senior Staff Disciplinary Committee; Business Committee, University Student Lodging Bureau, and also on several Congregation Committees. I have helped to organize several conferences for Institute of Education, Distance Learning Centre [both of the University of Ibadan], for Association of Educational Researchers and Evaluators of Nigeria [ASSEREN], Higher Education Research and Policy Network [an African Regional Network], organised and coordinated training workshops for several bodies: Lagos Eko Secondary School World Bank-sponsored project, Institute of Education/WAEC Research Training workshop, NABTEB Research Training, UBEC FTS in Delta State, Marketing Coordinator/Editor, Distance Learning Centre, University of Ibadan (1996-1997) & Programme Officer, Evaluation, Distance Learning Centre, University of Ibadan (2008-2011), etc.
I have equally served as Assistant Chaplain & Chaplain, Chapel of Resurrection, University of Ibadan, Nigeria (1993-2005), eight of which was as the Chaplain.
Honours/scholarships: AssociateEditor, National [Nigerian Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation 2004-2007, variously as Assistant, Associate and Editor, Sub-Regional [West African Journal of Education since 2004] and Continental [Journal of Sociology and Education in Africa 2013 to date, Journal of Educational Review since 2009, African Higher Education Review, East African Journal of Education Research and Policy, since 2007] Journals, Fellow Institute of Corporate Administration (2014), Fellow, Association of Educational Researchers and Evaluators of Nigeria (2015), Fellow, Nigerian Association of Evaluators (2016), MKO AbiolaPG Travel fellowship (1995) andAccomplished African Education Researcher Laureate (2013) awarded by the African Development Institute of African Development and Association for Development of Education in Africa with support from South Korean Trust Fund. Conference bursary to participate in 1st Nigerian Association of Evaluators by UNICEF (November, 2015), International Tuning Academy, Spain scholarship award for Tuning Africa Symposium on Competences-based research and good practice held in Accra {17-20 October, 2016} sponsored European Commission and Bursary to 1st SDGs Conference in Abuja (November, 2016) by UNICEF). Associate Editor, Academic Journal of Educational Sciences, International Association of Scientists & Researchers, 2017.
Main research areas/topics: Assessment/Evaluation for enhanced learning and improved examining, Management education programme evaluation, funding, etc.





Membership of academic and/or professional organizations and networks related to education:
1. President, Association of Educational Researchers and Evaluators of Nigeria (ASSEREN) (2011 – 2015)
2. Vice President & Chairman Editorial/Publications Committee, Higher Education Research and Policy Network (African Regional Body) (HERPNET)
3. Member, Nigerian Association for Educational Administration and Planning (NAEAP)
4. Individual member, Association for Educational Assessment in Africa (AEAA)
5. Member, West African Research and Innovation Management Association (WARIMA)
6. Member, Nigerian Institute of Management (MNIM)
7. Certified Teacher, Teachers’ Registration Council of Nigeria
8. Fellow, Programme on Ethnic and Federal Studies, University of Ibadan (2001 – 2006)
9. Fellow, Centre for Peace and Conflict Centre. University of Ibadan [2005-date]
10. Programme Officer, Evaluation, Distance Learning Centre, University of Ibadan [2008-2011]
11. Member, Africa Network for Internationalisation of Education (2016-date)
12. Member & Fellow, Nigerian Association of Evaluators 2015 – date
13. Member, Advisory Board, Chartered Institute of Educational Administration (2016-Date)
14. Chairman, Advisory Board, International Educational Management Network (2017-Date)


Engagement with educational bodies (e.g. boards, committees, etc.):
1. Consultant on research training, National Business and Technical Examinations Board, Nigeria
2. Consultant on research report writing, Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council
3. Consultant on National Educational Assessment Programme, National Examinations Council/Institute of Education, University of Ibadan
4. Chief Discussant at the West African Examinations Council
5. Independent Assessor/Quality Assurance Officer, National Teachers’ Institute, Nigeria
6. Consultant/Researcher on Needs Assessment of the University of Ibadan Students’ Readiness for Educational Technology Initiative Projects [sponsored by Partnership for Higher Education-Educational Technology Initiative (South Africa/Nigeria)]
7. Consultant/trainer, Research Training for WAEC 2013.
8. Consultant/trainer on Evaluation of Distance Learning Programmes (2008 &2010)
9. Consultant/trainer on Managing Distance Learning Programmes (2010)
10. Consultant/coordinator, UBEC/FTS workshop, Delta State (2010)
11. School Programme Evaluation projects.
12. Principal Investigator, Funding Nigerian Public Universities: The role of stakeholders
13. Principal Investigator, MacArthur Foundation Grant sponsored Project on Social Orientation (2014-2016) at the University of Ibadan
14. Participated as Assistant Investigator and/or data collector, NICEF/WORDOC 1994-5 Education Sector Analysis-the Girl Child Education section,
15. Data Collector, AfDB sponsored Study on TVE 2009.
16. Facilitator, Workshop on Evaluation for Academic Staff of the University of Ilorin, Ilorin-2009

Special Scholarships
1. MKO Abiola Post Graduate Travel Fellowship (1995)
2. Mediation Training in Uganda(2009) (MacArthur Foundation Grant)
Research and Publications
3. Travel Award as Accomplished African Educational Researcher Laureate (2013) to the Republic of Korea in 2016 by Association for the Development of Education in Africa/African Development Institute of the African Development Bank and South Korean Foundation
4. Tuning Africa sponsored Conference (2016), etc.

RESEARCH By Year of PUBLICATION
TOPICS/TITLES
Year 1997 Umoru-Onuka, A. O. (1997).Implementing mastery learning strategy in Nigeria: The investment implication. In WAEC Monthly Seminar Papers1997 Series
Year 1999 Umoru-Onuka, A.O. (1999). Adopting mastery learning strategy in Nigeria: The role of the school manager. In WAEC Monthly Seminar Papers 1999 Series

Year 2000 Umoru-Onuka, A.O. (2000).Evaluation as a means of enhancing student achievement. In WAEC Monthly Seminar Papers 2000 Series
Year 2001 Umoru-Onuka, A. O. (2001). Language: An Effective Tool for Management. African Journal of Educational Management 9 (2), 175 – 183

Umoru-Onuka, A. O. (2001).Distance education funding: An analysis of the Centre for External Studies, University of Ibadan, Ibadan. African Journal of Educational and Policy Studies 2 (2), 85 – 102

Umoru-Onuka, A. O. (2001). Accountability in Education: The programme Evaluation Approach. In Awosika, Y. et al (Eds): Topical Issues in Education (Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan) pages 193 – 204 (Nigeria)

Umoru-Onuka, A. O. (2001). Distance Education: Its Organisation and Management. Ibadan Journal of Distance Education 1 (1), 18 – 25

Umoru-Onuka, A.O. (2001) Evaluation of the Nigerian civil war: The case of Kogi Central. In Osaghae, EE, Onwudiwe, Suberu, RT (eds.) The Nigerian civil war & its aftermath. Ibadan: John Archers (Publishers) Limited
Year 2002 Umoru-Onuka, A.O. (2002). Qualitative Evaluation of Agricultural Management Training Programme: An Experience. Nigerian Journal of Clinical & Counselling psychology. 8 (2), 133-146

Umoru-Onuka, A. O. (2002). Language Education as a Means of Educational Accountability. In Mansaray, A. &Osokoya, I. O. (Eds): Curriculum Development at the Turn of the Century: The Nigeria Experience (Dept of Teacher Education) pages 51 – 62
39. Umoru-Onuka, A. O. (2002). Programme evaluation: A management education programme perspective. African Journal of Educational Planning and Policy Studies 3 (1), 33 – 47
Year 2003 Umoru-Onuka, A. O. (2003). Accountability in Education: Programme for Improving Student Performance. In Babalola, J. B. &Adedeji, S.O. (Eds.): Contemporary Issues in Educational Management (Department of Educational Management, U.I.) pages 125 – 136

Umoru-Onuka, A. O. (2003). Total Quality Management: A Technique for Improving Student Achievement. Nigeria Library and Information Science Review 21 (1), 18-28

Year 2004 Onuka, A. (2004) Management manpower development: A vehicle for national development.Programme on Ethnic and Federal Studies, University of Ibadan, Monograph New Series No. 9, 24 pages

Onuka, A.O.U. &Obialo, F.O. (2004). Causes and Solutions to Examination Malpractices in Nigeria: The Perceptions of Some Stakeholders. In Afemikhe, O.A &Adewale, J.G. (Eds) Issues in Measurement and Evaluation Institute of Education, University of Ibadan pages 470- 482

40. Onuka, A.O.U. (2004). Continuous Assessment as an Instrument for Achieving Learning Objectives. In Obemeata J. O. &Okwilagwe E. A. (Eds): A Handbook on Evaluation Research. Ibadan: Pen Services pages 22 – 40
41. Onuka, A. O. U. &Amoo, S.A. (2004). Examination Malpractices and Act 33 of 1999: A Review. Nigerian Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation 5 (1), 70 – 81

42. Onuka, A. O. U.(2004). Achievement in Common Entrance Examination as APredictor of achievement in JSS Business Studies. West African Journal of EducationXXIV (1), 126-134
43.
Onuka, A. O. U.(2004). The investment implication of creating friendly for the Nigerian child. Journal of Early Childhood Education Association of Nigeria 2 (2) 6-20
44.
45. Onuka, A. O. U. &Oludipe, B. D. (2004). Feedback as a Poor Performance Remediation. Education for Today 4 (1), 43 – 48
Year 2005 46. Onuka, A. O. U. (2005).A Review of Fund Allocation to the Nigerian Federal University System (1992 – 2002). West African Journal of Education. 25, 35 – 48

Onuka, A. O. U.(2005). A Comparative Study of the Quality of the Managers, Teachers and Facilities of Private and Public Primary Schools in Ibadan, Oyo State. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning 5 (2), 210 – 216
Onuka, A. O. U. (2005).The Quality of Private Schools in Nigeria: How far? In Akpa, G. O., Udoh, S. U. and Fagbamiye, E. O. (Eds): Deregulating the Provision and Management of Education in Nigeria. The Nigeria Association for Educational Administration and Planning (NAEAP)pages 225 – 230.
Year 2006 Onuka, A. O. U.&Oludipe, B. D. (2006). Systematic school based assessment for an improved achievement. Academic Journal of Research and Development 1 (1) 1-12

Onuka, A. O. U. (2006). Evaluation as a feedback and accountability mechanism: The theory and a trial. West African Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy 3 (1), 22 – 34

1. Adewale, J. G. and Onuka, A. O. U. (2006). Non-Parametric Analysis of Variance.InAlegbeleye, G. O. and Fabunmi, M. (Eds.): Research Methods in Education, Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan pages 321 – 340 (Nigeria)

47. Onuka, A. O. U. (2006). Total Quality Management and Students’ Attitude as Predictors of Choice of University of Ibadan Distance Learning Programme.Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning. 6 (1), 81 – 102
48.
49. Onuka, A. O. U. (2006).Nigerian Management Manpower Development in the Context of Globalization: An Evaluation. International Journal of African African-American Studies V (1), 17-28
Year 2007 Onuka, A. O. U. (2007).Teacher-initiated student-peer assessment: A means of improving learning-assessment in large classes.International Journal of African African-American StudiesVol. V1 No. I, 22-28

Onuka, A. O. U.&Junaid, I.O. (2007).Influence of Feedback Mechanism on Students’ Performance in Economics in Kogi State, Nigeria. International Journal of Distance Education Vol. 2, 37 – 56

Onuka, A. O. U.,Adewale, T. M. &Ajayi, K.O. (2007). An Evaluation of the use of internet for Research by Nigerian Education University Lecturers. Nigerian Journal of Education Administration and Planning (NAEAP) 7 (1), 92- 104
50. Onuka, A. O. U. (2007). Research for Improved Teaching in Kogi State. Journal of Sociology and Education in Africa 6 (1), 121-141

Onuka, A. O. U.&Raji, M. A. A. (2007). University Students’ perception of Teacher Academic Integrity in a Nigerian University. Nigerian Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation 6 (1), 37-47
39.
Onuka, A.O.U. (2007). Winners’ Chapel (Nigeria and Ghana): Governance and Fund Management. Research report sponsored by & submitted to French Institute for Research in Africa, 52pages

Onuka, A. O. U. (2007). Funding the Nigerian University Education: The Role of the Various StakeholdersEast African Journal of Education, Research and Policy (EAJERP) 1,135 – 146

Onuka, A.O. U. &Amoo, S.A. (2007). Ensuring effective use of school-based assessment in science. technology and mathematics and business studies in the universal Basic Education. Nigeria. Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation. 7(1), 86.

Year 2008 Onuka, A. O. U. and Amusan, M. A. (2008). Causes, effects and probable solutions of examinations malpractices in Nigeria: a case study of the West African Examinations Council. Ghana Journal of Education and Teaching Vol. 1 No. 6,1 – 9

Onuka, A. O. U.&Arowojolu, A. F. (2008). An Evaluation of Parents’ Patronage of Private Primary Schools in Abeokuta, Nigeria.International Journal of African African-American Studies V11 (2), 55-76

Babalola, J. B.; Popoola, Labode; Onuka, A; Oni, S; Olatokun W and Agbolahor, R (2008).Towards
Quality in African Higher Education. Ibadan: University of Ibadan Postgraduate School 423 pages
Onuka, A.O.U.,Onyene, V. &Junaid, I. O. (2008). Effective Time Management for Teaching Effectiveness. European Journal of Social Science 5 (4), 121-132

Babalola, J. B.; Popoola, Labode;Onuka, A; Oni, S; Olatokun W and Agbolahor, R (2008). Revitalization of African Higher Education. Ibadan University of Ibadan Postgraduate School 440 pages
Babalola, J. B.; Popoola, Labode;Onuka, A; Oni, S; Olatokun W and Agbolahor, R (2008). Reforming African Higher Education. Ibadan: University of Ibadan Postgraduate School 331 pages
Onuka, A.O.U.&Durowoju E.O. (2008). Motivation and Gender as Determinants of Manpower Preparation through Junior Secondary Business Studies in Akinyele Local Government, Oyo State, Nigeria. West African Journal of Education XXVIII, 38 – 48
Year 2009
2. Onuka, A.O.U. (2009).Systematic School-Based Assessment for Cognitive Learning in Senior Secondary School Economics. A Paper presented at The West African Examinations Council, Lagos Monthly Seminar

Owolabi, H.O. &Onuka, A.O.U (2009). A Pilot Study of Challenges and Prospects of Continuous Assessment Implementation in Nigeria. African Higher Education Review 2, 70-83

Onuka, A.O.U (2009). Stakeholders’ Perception of Test Security as Management Tool for Curbing Malpractices in the Nigerian Public Examining System. African Journal of Educational Management 12 (1), 31 – 52
Onuka, A.O.U (2009).Modern Measurement and Evaluation Techniques in the Primary School Setting. In Aniemeka N. E.; Ezeani, S. L.; Adenigbagbe, O. G.; Orenuga, O. A. and Onabanjo, C. F. (Eds). Emergent Issues in Primary Education Studies. Abeokuta: Goad Educational Publishers pages 81 – 88
Onuka, A. O. U. &Junaid, I. O. (2009). Manpower Development : A Veritable Instrument for IndustrialHarmony and SocietalDevelopment. Ghana Journal of Education and Teaching (GHAJET) 8, 102 – 113

Onuka, A. O. U., Onuka, P. S. &Owoeye, J. S. (2009). Strategic Management in Education for Quality Output. West African Journal of Education XXIX, 1– 12

Onuka, A. O. U. &Emunemu, B. O. (2009). The Role of University Education in Leadership Preparation in Nigeria. Journal of Education Review 1 (1 & 2), 19 - 25

Onuka, A. O. U. &Emunemu, B. O. (2009). Managing the challenges of schooling in Ibadan rural Settings of Oyo State, Nigeria. African Journal of EducationalManagement 12 (2), 169 – 190

Emunemu, B. O. &Onuka, A. O. U. (2009). The Role of Stakeholders and Partners in the Effective Management of Education for SustainableDevelopment in Africa.Studies in Education 10 (1 & 2), 130 – 144
Onuka, A.O.U (2009). Instructional Evaluation and Accountability.In Babalola, J. B. &Ayeni, A.O. (Eds): Contemporary Issues in Educational Management. Ibadan: MacMillan Publishers pages 338 – 353
Year 2010 Onuka, A.O.U and Onabamiro, A. T. (2010). The Effect of Formative Test, Individual Assignment and Group Assignment on Students’ Achievement in Junior Secondary School Mathematics. International Journal of Educational Leadership (IJEL) (3) (3), 274 – 281
Onuka, Adams (2010). (Ed) Some Fundamentals of Evaluation in Distance Learning. Ibadan: DLC UI. 105pages

Onuka, A. O. U. (2010).Feedback Mechanism in Open and Distance Learning. In Onuka, Adams (Ed) Some Fundamentals of Evaluation in Distance Learning. Ibadan: DLC UI
105
Durowoju, E. O.,Onuka, A. O. U. &Onabamiro, A. T. (2010). Determining Psychometric Properties of Achievement Tests in ODL Business Management. International Journal of Distance Education 5, 38-59
Onuka, A.O.U.,Raji, M.A.A. and Onabamiro, A. T. (2010). The predictive power of Junior Secondary School (JSS) Achievement on Senior Secondary School (SSS) Achievement in Epe Local Government Area of Lagos State. West African Journal of Education XXX, 84 – 90
Onuka, A.O.U &Emunemu, B.O. (2010). The Role of Research and Higher Education in Sustainable Development in Nigeria. Journal of Educational Review Vol. 3, No. 4, 509 – 516

Onuka, Adams (2010). Some Aspects of Management in Distance Learning. Ibadan: DLC UI. 128 pages

Onuka, A. O. U. (2010).Strategic Management Evaluation Model (SMEM) inDistance Learning. In Onuka, Adams (Ed) Some Aspects of Management in Distance Learning. Ibadan: DLC UI pages 46 – 57 (Nigeria)

Babalola, J.B., Onuka, A and Oni, A. (2010). Higher Education and Youth Preparation for Work and Leadership in Sub-Saharan Africa. Ibadan: University of Ibadan Postgraduate School 274 pages
Year 2011 Onuka, A. O. U.&Durowoju, E. O. (2011b). Teacher-Student and Parent-Child Relationships as Determinants of Academic Achievement in Senior Secondary School Commerce in Ibadan, Oyo State. Nigeria Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation Vol. 10 (1), 1 – 11
Onuka, A.O.U. and Durowoju, E. O. (2011c).Curtailing Examination Fraud for Improved Quality Assurance in the African Examining System. Journal of Educational Assessment in Africa (JEAA) 6, 27 – 38
Onuka, A. O. U.&Durowoju, E. O. (2011d). Continuous Assessment for Improved Higher Education Learning Achievement in Business Management.Journal of Pedagogical Thought 4, 35 – 52
Onuka, A.O. U.&Durowoju, E. O. (2011e). Evaluation and Research Communication. Nigeria Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation 11 (1), 1 – 12
Amoo, S. A.&Onuka, A. O. U. (2011). Research for Higher Education Development. East African Journal of Educational Research and Policy 6, 67 -94
Onuka, A. O. U. &Onabamiro, A. T. (2011). Challenges of and Possible Solutions to Conducting Educational Research and Evaluation in Nigeria. Journal of Sociology and Education in AfricaVol. 10 No. 1, 15 – 35
Onuka, A. O. U.&Oke, N. W. (2011). Item local independence in WAEC (SSCE) Economics in Ajeromi-Ifelodun Local Government Area, Lagos State. Ife Journal of Theory and Research in Education (IJOTRE) 13 (1 & 2), 105-117
Onuka, A. O. U. (2011). Management and Evaluation as a Confluence. In Bwire, A.; Masingila, J.; Huang, Y &Ayot, H. (Eds). Quality Education for Social Transformation pages 191 - 201

Onuka, A. O. U.&Durowoju, E. O. (2011a). Motivation and Gender as Determinants of Achievement in Senior Secondary School Economics. E u r o p e a n J o u r n a l o f E d u c a t i o n a l S t u d i e s3 (2), 209-216
Year 2012 Oluleye, A., Aremu, A., Adawale, J.G., Onuka, A.O.U. Odinko, M.N. &Ayeni, A. (2012). Needs Assessment of the University of Ibadan Students’ Readiness for Educational Technology Initiative Projects [sponsored by Partnership for Higher Education-Educational Technology Initiative] 33 pages
Onuka, A. O. U. (2012). Challenges and Prospects of Continuous Assessment Implementation in Rural Schools in Nigeria: The Teachers’ Perspective. Journal of Pedagogical Thought5, 93 – 104
Abe C.V. and Onuka, A.O.U. (2012) (Eds). Revolutionising Assessment and Evaluation Procedures in EducationIbadan: Sterling-Horden Publishers Ltd 266 pages
3. Onuka, A.O.U &Akinyemi, T. F. (2012). Assessment as a Tool for Learning Improvement at the Senior Secondary Education Level.In Abe, C. V. and Onuka, A. O. U. (Eds.)Revolutionising Assessment and Evaluation Procedures in Education. Ibadan: Stirling-HordenPublishers:Ltd, 37 – 52.

Onuka, A. (2012).TheImperativeof Trans-National Approach to Reforming Educational Assessment for African Regional Development.Journal of Educational Assessment in Africa (JEAA)7, 259-269

Onuka, A. O. U. (2012). Challenges and Prospects of Continuous Assessment Implementation in Rural Schools in Nigeria: The Teachers’ Perspective. Journal of Pedagogical Thought 5, 93 – 104
Onuka, A. O. U.&Durowoju, E. O. (2012). The Mode of Public University Curriculum Implementation in Oyo State, Nigeria. Journal of Sociology and Education in Africa (11) (1), 226-250
Onuka, A. O. U. &Towolawi, O. K. (2012). Networking Higher Educational Research for Effective Teaching in a Developing Country. In G. O. S. Ekhaguere (Ed) Teaching and Research Innovation in Nigerian Universities. Lagos: ICMCS Publications 5 pages 51 – 65.

Falaye, F.V., Adegbile, J.A. &Onuka, A. O. U. (2012). Contemporary Issues in Curriculum and Evaluation Research. University of Ibadan Publishing House 494 pages
Onuka, A. O. U. (2012). Partnering for Effective Educational Researching for Development.African Higher Education Review 5, 40-56
Onuka, A. O. U.&Akinyemi, T. F. (2012). The Effectiveness of FRSC Public Education Programme on Drivers’ Road Traffic Habit in Lagos and Oyo States of Nigeria. British Journal of Arts and Social Sciences 6 (1), 129-139
Onuka, A. O. U. (2012). Stakeholders’ Perception of Fund Sourcing and Utilisation in Nigerian Public Universities. Journal of African Economics and Finance Issue 4, 52-62
Onuka, A. O. U., Durowoju, E. O. &Ajisegiri, R.O. (2012). Challenges and Prospects of ICTs in management communication in Nigeria. East African Journal of Higher Education Research and Policy (EAJERP) 8, 179-194
Eni-Olorunda, T. &Onuka, A. (2012).Stakeholders’ Perception of the Educational Programme for Children with Intellectual Disability in Ogun and Lagos States, Nigeria. West African Journal of Education XXXII, 90-101
Adetayo, J. O. and Onuka, A.O.U. (2012). Improving Educational Research for National Development. KIU Journal of Education 5, 81 – 93
Onuka, A. O. U.&Durowoju, E. O. (2012). Managing Perceived Challenges of E-Learning in Nigerian Higher Education. International Journal of Education 4, 34 – 57
Onuka, A. O. U. (2012). Distance Learners’ Time Management and Learning Effectiveness.In Todor, Stoilov (Ed,) Time Management. Croatia: InTech Publishers pages 77 – 88

Durowoju, E.O &Onuka, A.O.U. (2012). Effective Classroom Management as Determinants of Students’ Achievement in Economics in public secondary schools in Ibadan, Oyo State. Ife Journal of Educational Leadership, Administration and Planning (IJELAP) 1 (1), 39 – 49
Onuka, A.O.U (2012). Collaborative Funding of University Research Undertaking for Rapid National Development. Journal of Educational Review 5 (1), 89 – 95
Onuka, A. O. U. (2012).The Challenge of Students under Performance in School Certificate Examinations: The Way Out. A Paper commissioned by and presented at Nigeria Union of Teachers’ 2nd Annual National Founders’ Day Celebration in memory of The Rev. Israel OladotunRansome-Kuti, 64 pages
Onuka, A. O. U. (2012). Stakeholders’ Perceptions of Fund Mobilisation in Nigeria Public Universities. In Oni, Soji (Ed) Revitalizing Nigerian Education in Digital Age. USA& Canada: Trafford publishing pages 405 – 424
Onuka, A.O.U.&Ajayi, K. O. (2012). Effects of Manpower Development on Workers’ Job Performance. European Journal of Educational Studies 4 (3), 423-433

Onuka, A.O.U and Emunemu, B. O. (2012). The role of information and communication technologies in the development of management manpower. Journal of Librarianship and Law 5, 29 – 40

Onuka, A.O.U. &Akinyemi, T.F. (2012). Gender equity and enrolment in higher education in Oyo State. Journal of Educational Review 6 (4), 577-583

Year 2013 Onuka, A. O. U.&Durowoju, E. O. (2013). Using CA practices to improve quality of education. Journal of Educational Assessment in Africa 8, 87-97

4. Onuka, A. O. U. &Durowoju, E. O. (2013). Preparation for and Appropriate Conduct of Examinations at the Tertiary Level of Education. In Oni, Soji (Ed.) Challenges and Prospects in African Education Systems. USA & Canada: Trafford Publishing. Pages 453-484

Onuka, A. (2013). Examination malpractice in Nigeria: The role of information and communication technology. In Onuka, A. O.U. (Ed.) Learning. Ibadan: Society for the Promotion of Academic and Research Excellence (SPARE) pages 187-201
Onuka, A.O.U. (2013) [ed.]. Learning Ibadan: Society for the Promotion of Academic and Research Excellence [SPARE] 398 pages
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6. Onuka, A.O.U&Adeyemi, S.A. (2013). Active review learning techniques as determinants of students’ achievement in Senior Secondary Economics in Ibadan, Nigeria. In Onuka, A. O.U. (Ed.) Learning. Ibadan: Society for the Promotion of Academic and Research Excellence (SPARE) pages 120-134
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Onuka, A. O. U.&Durowoju, E. O. (2013). Stakeholders’ Role in Curbing Examination Malpractice in Nigeria. International Journal of Economy,Management and Social Sciences 2 (6), 342 – 348
Olorunnisola, O., Onuka, A.O.U,Babalola, O., Alarape, A.I. and Babarinde (2013). Issues in Contemporary Evaluation. Ibadan University of Ibadan Postgraduate School 209 pages
Onuka, A.O.U (2013). Test security. In Olorunnisola, A.O., Onuka, A.O.U., Babalola, J.O., Alarape, A. I. and Babarinde, S.A. (Eds.) Issues in Contemporary Evaluation. Ibadan: Post Graduate School, University of Ibadan pages 88-96

Onuka, A.O.U (2013).Item Banking. In Olorunnisola, A.O., Onuka, A.O.U., Babalola, J.O., Alarape, A. I. and Babarinde, S.A. (Eds.) Issues in Contemporary Evaluation. Ibadan: Post Graduate School, University of Ibadan pages 167-178

Onuka, A. O. U. &Durowoju, E. O. (2013). Attitude of Stakeholders Toward Monitoring and Evaluation of Students’ Research Projects in Tertiary Education in Oyo State, Nigeria. International Journal of Economy, Management and Social Sciences 2 (6), 355– 362

Ogbebor, U.C. &Onuka, A.O.U. (2013). Differential Item Functioning of Economics Paper of NECO in Delta State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation 12 (1), 45-60
Ogbebor, U.C. &Onuka, A.O.U. (2013). Differential Item Functioning Method as an Item Bias Indicator. Educational Research 4 (4), 367-373
Emeke, E.A., Onuka, A. O. U.&Odinko, M.N (2013). [Eds] Practical steps in educational research. Ibadan: Institute of Education, University of Ibadan
Onuka, A. O. U.; Durowoju, E. O. and Ogbebor, C. U. (2013). Effective and creative teaching of Business/Commercial Secondary School Subjects in Secondary Schools. In Araromi, M. A., Moronkola, O. A. &Ademokoya, J. A. (Eds): Teaching and Evaluation in regular and special secondary schools. Ibadan: Royal People (Nigeria) Ltd pages 374-404

Onuka, A.O.U&Onabamiro, A. T. (2013). Teachers’ job satisfaction and classroom management as correlates of students’ achievement in Mathematics. In Onuka, A. O.U. (Ed.) Learning. Ibadan: Society for the Promotion of Academic and Research Excellence (SPARE) pages 363-370

Oyekanmi, S.A. &Onuka, A.O.U (2013). Land administration and management in Nigeria: The role of GIS. In Onuka, A. O.U. (Ed.) Learning. Ibadan: Society for the Promotion of Academic and Research Excellence (SPARE) pages 355-362
Onuka, A.O.U. & Oke, W.N. (2013). Using item response theory in public examining. West African Journal of Education, XXXIII, 64-77.
Year 2014 Durowoju, E. O.&Onuka, A. O. U. (2014). Best practices and experiences in soft skills assessment in Oyo Town, Oyo State schools. Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies 5(5)
Onabamiro, A. T, Onuka, A. O.U. &Oyekanmi, S. A. (2014). Teachers’ perception of teaching and assessing soft skills in secondary schools in Nigeria. Education, 4(5) 109-115.

Durowoju, E.O. &Onuka, A.O.U. (2014). Continuous assessment modes and self-efficacy as promoters of learning outcomes in economics in the case of Nigeria. Journal of Education and Curriculum Development Research, 2 (4), 132-151.

8. Junaid, I.O. &Onuka, A.O.U. (2014). Utilisation of ICTs in Distance Learning Programmes in Southwest, Nigeria. International Journal of Emotional Psychology and Sport Ethics 14 (2), 830-845.
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10. Onuka, A.O.U. (2014) (ed) Analysing educational issues in honour of Emeritus Professor Obanya. Ibadan: Society for the Promotion of Academic and Research Excellence
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Onabamiro, A.T. &Onuka, A. O. U. (2014). Heads of department’s leadership styles as correlates of students’ performance in higher institutions. Journal of Sociology and Education in Africa 12 (3), 382-390
Onuka, A.O.U. (2014) Building a high profile primary school through effective management and instructional leadership: Practical lessons. In Fabunmi, M., Ankomah. Y.A. &Oduro, G.T.K. (eds) Perspective in education-selected essays in honour of Professor J. I. Nwankwo. Cape Coast: Institute of Educational Planning and Administration, UCC, Ghana, 81-89.
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Onuka, A.O.U. (2014). Teacher education in open and distance universities in Africa. In Adegoke, B & Oni, A. (eds.) Teacher education systems in Africa in the digital era. Dakar, Senegal: CODESRIA

Durowoju, EO. and Onuka, AOU. 2015.Perception of Stakeholders’ about the Inclusion of Soft Skills Instruction in Nigerian Tertiary Education Curriculum. In Eastern African Journal of Education Research and Policy

Year 2015 Onuka, AOU. 2015. Guided Evaluation in Distance Learning, Sustainable study habit and Effective time management, and Achievement in Statistics. Lagos Education Review 15 (1), 207-221
Durowoju, EO and Onuka, AOU. 2015. Teacher Self-Efficacy Enhancement and School Location: Implication for Students’ Achievement in Economics in Secondary School in Ibadan. Journal of Education and Practice6 (11), 109-115
Onuka, AOU and Durowoju, EO. 2015. Improving students’ performance in examinations through the teaching and assessing certain soft skills.Journal of Educational Assessment in AfricaVol. 10)
Durowoju, EO. and Onuka, AOU. 2015. Effects of Continuous Assessment Modes on Students’ Academic Achievement in Commerce in Ibadan, Oyo State. Journal of Educational Assessment in Africa Vol. 10)

Onuka, AOU. and Oyegoke, DA. 2015. The Implication of Pre-Service Mathematics Teachers’ Soft Skills Assessment for Mathematics Education in Oyo State, Nigeria. A Paper presented at 33rd Annual Conference of Association of Educational Assessment in Africa, held at Movenpick Hotel, Accra, Ghana (23-28 August, 2015) (Accepted for publication)

Onabamiro, AT and Onuka, AOU. 2015. Effect of Principals’ Leadership Styles on Students’ Achievement in Mathematics. Journal of National Association of Female Teachers (JONAFET) 6, 31-41
Onuka, AOU and Ogbebor U.C. 2014. Gender, student’s attitude and self-concept as determinants of achievement in Economics. Nigerian Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation. 14 (3)

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Year 2016 Aworanti, O.A., Onuka, A.O.U&Kolo, T. N. 2016.Practice of public examining in Nigeria. Oshogbo: Atman Press
Onuka, AOU.and Ogbebor, UC. 2016. Programme Evaluation: A Tool for Programme Accountability and Improvement. In Adewale, JG (ed) Emerging trends in educational measurement, assessment and evaluation in Africa.Yaounde: Educational Assessment and Research Network in Africa 268-285 ISBN 978-978-52323-1-8

Onuka, AOU. 2016. The Church, Deradicalisation and Attenuation of Violent Extremism. In a Book on human Security edited PAOkebukola
Onuka, AOU. 2016. Evaluation: A Tool for Quality Assurance and Management in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) for Sustainable Development: Need for Partnership. A paper presented at 7th Annual Conference of the Association for Internationalisation of Education in Africa held in Mensvic Hotel, Accra, Ghana (5-7 October, 2016)
Onuka, AOU. 2016.Competences-Based Assessment Enhanced Instrumentation Course in Educational Research and Evaluation. A paper presented at the first Tuning Africa Symposium on Research and Competences-Based good practice held in Accra, Ghana from 17-19 October, 2016 on Tuning Academy Scholarship. To be published in special edition of Tuning Journal of Higher Education, Spain
Onuka, AOU, Adebowale, KO, Alada, ARA, AbdulRhamon, MO &Adio-Moses, RO (2016). Towards an all – inclusive mechanism for reducing anti-social behaviours in the University of Ibadan (A report on research sponsored by MacArthur Foundation Grant Liaison Office, Ibadan)

2017 Onuka, A.O.U. & Ogbebor, U.C. 2017. Teachers’ test development competences: A tool for improved learning achievement in delta and rivers states, Nigeria.Journal of Educational Assessment in Africa {JEAA} Vol. 11, 39-56
Onuka, A.O.U. &Atsua, T.G. 2017. Determining coverage and scorers’ reliability of school-based assessment of senior secondary school economics in Ibadan Metropolis, Oyo State.Journal of Educational Assessment in Africa {JEAA} Vol. 11, 2-25
Onuka, A.O.U. (2017). Appropriate approach to instrumentation in educational research and evaluation. ASSEREN Journal of Education Vol. 2 (1), 25-34
Onuka, A.O.U. (2017). African higher education transformation for quality outcome: A holistic mechanism. In Maringe, F &Ojo, E. (Eds.) Sustainable transformation in African higher education. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 3-24
Onuka, A.O.U. (2017). A sustainable funding model for the Nigerian public education sector. In Maringe, F &Ojo, E. (Eds.) Sustainable transformation in African higher education. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 173-185

I have carried out/participated in the following research projects:
1.Assistant Investigator, Girl Child Education, Sector Analysis sponsored by UNICEF/WORDOC 1994
2.Stakeholders’ Role in Fund Mobilisation and Utilisation in Nigerian Public Universities sponsored by University of Ibadan Senate Research grant completed in 2011; Principal Investigator
3. National assessment of educational performance [assessment of learning achievement of senior secondary students in Nigeria-jointly undertaken by NECO and the Institute]{2006} Consultant/investigator
4. Winners’ Chapel (Nigeria and Ghana): Governance and Fund Management sponsored by The French Institute for Research in Africa (IFRA) [2007] Principal Investigator
5. Baseline Study and participatory rapid assessment [which includes gender, teacher /instruction gap analysis, labour market and informal sector profiles] sponsored by AfDB 2009 [Data collection]
6. Needs Assessment of the University of Ibadan Students’ Readiness for Educational Technology Initiative Projects [sponsored by Partnership for Higher Education-Educational Technology Initiative] 2012, investigator and others not sponsored.
7. MacArthur Foundation UI Liaison Grant sponsored research on Social Orientation titled: Towards an all – inclusive mechanism for reducing anti-social behaviours in the University of Ibadan (A report on research sponsored by MacArthur Foundation Grant Liaison Office, Ibadan) (2013-2016) (Principal Investigator)
I have presented papers at several conferences in Nigeria, Botswana, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Ghana, Cameroon, Zambia, the UK, Zimbabwe,and the Republic of Benin and undertook a study tour to the Republic of Korea where I presented paper at an interactive session at PNU in Busan. My papers are mostly in the areas of educational evaluation, teaching and learning, management education and distance learning evaluation, among others.
I led the team that updated the Nelson Junior Secondary School Business Studies Books 1-3 in 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014.

Conferences
I attend conferences both in Nigeria and other countries like Botswana, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Ghana, Cameroon, Zambia, the UK, Zimbabwe, Republic of South Africa, etc. Such conferences yearly attendance at the annual conference of the Association for Educational Assessment in Africa held in different countries of Anglophone Africa, Higher Education Research Network also held in different countries of Africa, African Network for the Internationalisation of Education, Association of Educational Researchers and Evaluators of Nigeria held in different parts of Nigeria among several others.
Referees
1. Emeritus Professor PAI Obanya, Institute of Education, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria; Email: [email protected]


2. Professor H.O. Owolabi, Dept of Adult and Primary Education, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria; Email:[email protected]


3. Professor FO Egbokhare, Dept of Linguistics and African Languages, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria; Email: [email protected]




Adams O.U. ONUKA, Ph. D., Dip. Th., FCAI, MNIM, FASSEREN

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Institutions attend Qualification Grad Year  
University of Lagos B.Sc. (Bus Admin) 1981  

University of Ibadan M.Ed 1991  

University of Ibadan Ph.D 1996  

Immanuel College, Ibadan Dip. Th 1988  

 

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