Dr. Christopher Ibenegbu Ifeanyichukwu.

Department: Arts Education [Unit: None ]
Faculty: Education
Designation : Senior Lecturer
Email: christopher.ibenegbu@unn.edu.ng
Phone: +2347036095783


Publications (Articles and Journals):

Journal Articles

1. Ibenegbu C. I. (2009). Illustrating Children’s Books in Nigeria. International Journal of Arts and Technology Education. 8 (1), 46 – 57.

 

2. Ibenegbu, C. I. (2010). Risk and Risk Management in Educational Resource Centre. Journal of Nigerian Educational Research Association.  15 (1), 124 -131. 

 

3. Ibenegbu, C. I. (2011). Utilizing CorelDraw Application Software in Graphic Art Instructions. International Journal of Educational Research.  11 (1), 97 – 110.

 

4. Ibenegbu, C. I. (2011). Availability and use of computer for fine arts instruction in Idemili south local government area. Curriculum and Media Technology Research. Journal of CUDIMAC 3, 1, 281-288.

 

5. Ibenegbu, C. I. 2012). Areas of Difficulties in Teaching and Learning of English Language in Primary Schools in Anambra State. Curriculum and Media Technology Research Journal of CUDIMAC 4 (1), 57-67.

 

6. Ogboji, B. A. & Ibenegbu, C. I. (2012). Fine and Applied Arts Resource Materials for Secondary Schools-SSS (Post Primary Education): Challenges for Art Education and Transformation. International Journal of Educational Research.  11 (1), 34 – 39.

 

7. Ibenegbu, C. I. & Phil-Eze, B. (2012). Integrating Uli Motifs/Symbols in CorelDraw Application Software in Graphic Art Instructions. International Journal of Educational Research 1, (1), 157 – 168.

 

8. Akaneme, I. N., Ibenegbu, C. I., & Nwosu, E. N. (2013). Adolescent and use of social networking sites. International Multidisciplinary Research Journal. Golden Research Thoughts 3, 6, 1-5. Available online at www.aygrt.isrj.net. (Impact Factor: 1.9508; UIF)

 

9. Ogboji, B. A. & Ibenegbu, C. I. (2013). Shaping the Environment In Nigeria: The Need For Developing Curriculum on Climate Change Through Art Education for Secondary at School Level. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies 20 (3), 167-175.

 

10. Akaneme, I. N., Ibenegbu, C. I. & Adimora, D. E. (2014). Parents involvement in early childhood education as a correlate of early childhood adjustment and achievement in drawing. Global Journal for Research Analysis International 3, 3, 31-34. (Impact Factor).

 

11. Okoye, A. C. & Ibenegbu, C. I. (2015). Gender difference in students’ acquisition of science – oriented entrepreneurial skills using computer in secondary schools in Nsukka educational zone. Computer Education Research Journal (CERJ) 2, 1, 16-21.

 

12. Ibenegbu, C. I. (2015). Utilization of social networking websites by secondary school students in Awka local government area of Anambra state. Journal of Educational Media and Technology 18, 2, 74-81.

 

13. Igbokwe, U. L., Ogboji, B. A. & Ibenegbu C. (2016). Technical Skills Needed by Teachers of Indigenous Textile (Tie-Dye and Batik) in Upper Basic Education. European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences, Issue 90. 

  http://www.europeanjournalofeconomicsfinanceandadministrativesciences.com/issues/EJEFAS_90.html   

 http://scimagojr.com/journalsearch.php?q=4900153302&tip=sid&clean=0 

      Impact Factor 0.12

 

14. Ofoegbu, T., Agboeze, M. U., Ibenegbu, C. & Akabuike, C. (2016). Social Media and Youth Empowerment:     Implications For Classroom Practices in Secondary Schools. European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences, Issue 90.

  http://www.europeanjournalofeconomicsfinanceandadministrativesciences.com/issues/EJEFAS_90.html

http://scimagojr.com/journalsearch.php?q=4900153302&tip=sid&clean=0 

      Impact Factor 0.12

 

 

 

 

 

Scimago Journal & Country Rank Scimago Journal & Country Rank15. Ofoegbu, T., Hary, H. J., Ibenegbu, C. & Phil-Eze, B. (2016). The Extent of Utilization of Web-   Based Tools by University Students in South-South Zone of Nigeria. European Journal of Scientific Research, Volume 142 Issue      1.

      www.europeanjournalofscientificresearch.com.

        http://www.scimagojr.com/journalsearch.php?q=4400151716&tip=sid

        Impact Factor 0.13

 

 

 

16. Ogboji, B. A., Ibenegbu, C. & Onuoha, C. (2016). Assessing a Visual Representation of Campaigns against Lassa fever in Nigeria. Transylvanian Review.

       http://ip-science.thomsonreuters.com/cgi-bin/jrnlst/jlresults.cgi?PC=MASTER&Full=Transylvanian%20Review 

       Impact Factor 0.012

   

 

17. Ogboji, B. A., Onuoha, C. & Ibenegbu, C. (2016). Implementation of visuals arts (fined and applied arts) as    vocational programmes in tertiary institutions: problems and prospects. Review of European Studies Canadian Centre of Science and Education. Vol. 8, No 4.

      http://www.scimagojr.com/journalsearch.php?q=21100228751&tip=sid

      Impact Factor 0.16

 

 

18. Wogu, J.O., Asogwa, U.,  Ezenwaji, I.O., & Ibenegbu, C.I. (2018). Re-Examining the Benefits and Challenges of Information and Communication Technology Integration in Media Communication in Nigeria: Educational and Developmental Perspective. Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 13(20), 8455-8460. Website: https://www.medwelljournals.com/current.php?jid=1816-949x[SNIP=0.38, SJR(Scimago)=0.16] 

 

19. Wogu, J.O., Asogwa, U.,  Ezenwaji, I.O., & Ibenegbu, C.I. (2018). The Implications of Emerging Trends in Mass Communication and Media Technology for Education Sector in Third World Countries. Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 13(20), 8461-8468.Website: https://www.medwelljournals.com/current.php?jid=1816-949x [SNIP=0.38, SJR(Scimago)=0.16]

 

 

Referred Conference Proceedings

20. Ibenegbu, C. I. (2011). Availability and Use of Communication Tools in e-learning for Fine and Applied Arts Instructions in South East Universities. N. Onyegegbu & U. Eze (Eds.) Optimising e-Learning Opportunities for Effective Educational Service Delivery. Enugu: Timex Enterprises.   




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