Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership
School of Higher Education, Leadership, and Policy
Dr. Blessing F. Adeoye’s current research interests focus primarily on relationship between culture and technology, and the use of research to improve the quality of teaching and learning in schools. He has presented at numerous conferences. Dr. Adeoye has published over 40 peer reviewed articles as well as 10 books related to Educational Technology. At Walden University, he teaches the doctoral capstone and mentor PhD and EdD candidates in Educational Technology. Dr. Adeoye is chairing several doctoral student dissertation committees at Walden University.
EDUC 9001 - Dissertation
B.Arch, Southern University, Baton Rouge, IL USA
MS, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL USA
PhD, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL USA
Adeoye, B. F. (2019). Learning styles and cultural differences in online learning environments in the twenty-first century..
Adeoye, B. F. (2018). Technology guide for teaching and learning..
Folami, F. F., Adeoye, B. F. (2018). The influence of proliferation of technology on social interactions among undergraduate students at selected universities in Nigeria. International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education.
Adeoye, B. (2015). Pedagogical integration of technology into Science, technical, and vocational education..
ADEOYE, B. F. (2015). Innovative applications of educational technology tools in teaching and learning.
Adeoye, B. F. (2014). The Era of Digital Technology in teaching and learning in African universities.
Adeoye, B. F. (2014). Effects of information capitalism and globalization on teaching and learning in a developed and a developing country: A cross cultural study of Robert Morris University in USA and University of Lagos in Nigeria. .
Adeoye, B. F. (2011). Pedagogic Utilization of Information and Communication technology in higher institutions in Nigeria: Trends and challenges.
Adeoye, B. F. (2012). The social impact of the Internet on education – A case of Nigeria university students. Journal of Librarianship & Law.
Oke, G. G., Musa, I. A., Adeoye, B. F. (2010). Potentials of open distance education and access to higher education in developing countries: A discussion of the potentials and challenges education.
Adeoye, B. F. (2015). Models for effective technology integration in science, mathematics, and technology classrooms at the International Conference on Innovation in Social Science, Business and Education .
Adeoye, B. F., Uchenna, U., Adesina, I. (2013). Science and technology teachers' level of awareness of Nigeria's ICT initiatives for teaching. elearning Africa.
Adeoye, B. F. (2013). Pre-service Teachers' Perceived Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge at some Selected Colleges of Education in Lagos State, Nigeria. Herpnet.
Adeoye, B. F., Busari, O., Fatumo, F., Ibrahim, R. (2012). Maintaining Teaching, Learning and Students' Reflections with Asynchronous Online Discussion: A Case Study of University of Lagos Education Technology Masters' Student. NAEMT.
Akinwale, J., Adeoye, B. (2012). The impact of the use of computer aided instruction (CAI) in the teaching of building technology courses. NAEMT.
Udeani, U., Adeoye, B., Adesina, I. (2012). Availability and teachers' utilization of educational media in Nigerian polytechnics. NAEMT.
Folami, F., Adeoye, B. (2011). Assessing the information and communication technology (ICT) education needs of nursing students at Millikin University.
Adeoye, B. (2009). Usability of Internet among academics: Gender differences in Internet competencies among lecturers at University of Lagos, Nigeria.
Adeoye, B., Udeani, U., Oni, S. (2009). Virtual Construction of Social Reality through the Internet and Its Applications among Nigerian University Students.
Busari, O., Maduekwe, A., Adeoye, B. (2007). The implementation of e-learning in the 3 tiers of the Nigeria educational system.