Rima International Journal of Education (RIJE)

ISSN Print: 2756 – 6749

Rima International Journal of Education

Rima International Journal of Education was founded in January 2021 by the Faculty of Education of Sokoto State University

Educational Technology

Impacts and Challenges of Using Podcasting for Teaching and Learning in Higher Educational Institutions in Nigeria
Volume 1, Issue 2, Page 83 – 90
Abdullahi Abubakar Ismaila, Nafiu Abdulaziz & Sa’adatu Helen Wokili
Abstract – Podcasting are short clips that can be either on audio or video. This paper discussed the impacts and challenges of using podcasting for teaching and learning in higher educational institutions in Nigeria. If we look at the technological progression globally, it becomes imperative to review the impacts of using such technologies as podcasts, and others and also the challenges encountered by teachers using such technologies in their instructional practices.

Educational Technology as a Tool for Entrepreneurship and Self-Reliance
Volume 1, Issue 2, Page 75 – 82
Nasiru Muhammad Dogondaji & Faruku Aliyu
Abstract – This paper defined educational Technology and entrepreneurship, it also explains the Characteristics of Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneur, behavioral role of entrepreneurs as categorized by different researchers, it also explains Entrepreneurial opportunities that are inherit in printing Technology. Furthermore the paper describes on the possible areas of job creation in the field of educational technology and highlighted some of the Major considerations for setting up a photography studio in

Factors Affecting the Adoption of Online Learning in Teaching and Learning During Covid-19 Pandemic Among Teachers and Students in Nigeria: A Study of Prince Abubakar Audu University, Anyigba
Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 56 – 66
Salami Dhariyyat, Olorunnishola Olufikayo Agnes & Abu Alice Oladehinde
Abstract – This study was aimed at finding factors affecting the adoption of online learning in teaching and learning during covid-19 pandemic among teachers and students in Nigeria: a study of Prince Abubakar Audu University, Anyigba. Data for this study was collected through the use of four likart scale questionnaire consisting of 27 items. A sample of 120 subjects were drawn for the study from eight faculties in Prince Abubakar Audu University, Anyigba.