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(a) Presentation of Manuscript
We require an electronic copy, doubled spaced and paginated. The file should be saved as a Word Document, do not use PDF. Ensure the manuscript you provide is double space throughout, including indented block quotes, excerpt, extract, references. The font should be Times New Roman 12 Points. RESEARCH PAPERS are technically and faultlessly designed, executed and reported
(b) ESSAYS AND ISSUES PAPERS are analytically sound, presenting solidly original ideas that can positively influence change in educational thoughts, research and practices.
(c) The manuscript, which should include title, abstract, text, tables, figures, where necessary, should be typewritten on A4 size paper with double-spacing and should not exceed 15 pages
(d) The abstract should not be more than 250 words
(e) Authors should use the latest APAmanual of styles. Some examples are:
Uba, J. E. (2007). Overcoming the hurdles of research projects, thesis, dissertation. Calabar, Nigeria, Ushie Printers.
ii. Chapter in edited book
(a) Idaka, I. I. & Anagbogu, G. E. (2012). Research design. In A. J. Isangedighi, (Eds.), Essentials of Research and statistics in education and social sciences. Eti-nwa Associates, Calabar Nigeria. 64 – 78
(b) Simeon, O.L& Adewale, J.G. 2013. Student Extrinsic and Intrinsic Factors as Correlates of Technical and Vocational Education Enrolment in Osun State. In A.O.U Onuka. Eds. Esthom Graphic Prints, Nigeria. 286-296.
iii. Chapter in edited book (c) Oluwaponmile G. A & Adegbile J. A. 2013. The Concept Of Individualization of Instruction and Christian Education. A. O. U Onuka. Eds. Esthom Graphic Prints, Nigeria. 114-155.
iv. Article from journal Halliday, M. A. K. (1961). Categories of the theory of grammar word, 17, 241-92. (Note No 'pp.' required for journal articles). Millers, A. (2000). Choice and the relative pleasure of consequences. Psychological Bulletin 126.3:910-924.
Landro, M. (1999). Repeatability issues of 3-D VSPdata. Geophysics 64:1673-1679. ____. 2001. Discrimination between Pressure and fluid saturation changes from time lapse seismic data. Geophysics 66:836-844.
v. Article from magazine
Kandel, E.R. and Squire, L.R. 2000. Neuroscience: breaking down scientific barriers to the study of brain and mind. Science 290.Nov 10:113-1120.
Article from newspaper
(where the name of the author is neither given nor known, begins reference with “Anon”)
Bergmann, P.G. 1993. Relativity. The new encyclopaedia Britannica. Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica, 501-508.
Fawole, I., Afolabi, N.O. and Ogunbodede, B.A. 1986, Description of cowpea cultivar: IFH101.NGVU-00-22,2000.
Unpublished theses, dissertation, projects and essays
Alaba, O.B. 2003. Balance of payment adjustment mechanisms in Nigeria. PhD. Thesis. Department of Economics. University of Ibadan. Xiv+183pp
E-journal article from the internet
VandenBos, G, Knapp, S. and Deo, J. 2001. Role of reference element in the selection of resources by psychology undergraduates. Journal of Bibliographic Research 5. 117- 123. Retrieved June. 13,2019, from .
Organization/Government/Personal web page
U.S. General Accounting Office. Feb., 1997, Telemedicinne: federal strategy is needed to guide investments. Publication No. GAO/NSAID/HEHS-97-67. Retrieved Sept. 15,2000, from http://www.access.gpo.gov/su_docs/aces 160.shtml? /gao/index.html.
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