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Distance Education Seminar Series: Flipped Instructional Design: Enabling Students “Learn2Teach”

The Department of Distance Education at the School of Continuing and Distance Education (SCDE, University of Ghana) has held the third edition of the monthly seminar series on the subject “Flipped Instructional Design (FID) – An Online Pedagogy Enabling Students to ‘learn2teach’ in an Open Distance E-Learning Course”.

Perceptions of hybrid learning among Distance Education students, University of Ghana

A study conducted by Dr. Esinam Afi Kayi and other faculty members at the Department of Distance Education of the School of Continuing and Distance Education (SCDE), College of Education, has shown that Distance Education students at the University of Ghana do not have a positive perception about blended learning systems.

Echoing the voices of Students with Visual Impairment under COVID-19 Inspired Online Learning

Students with visual impairment at the University of Ghana are calling for a return to the face-to-face mode of teaching and learning post COVID-19.

 The preference for in-person classroom lectures is because of various challenges faced by the students as they transitioned to studying virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Experts explore fact checking practices and experiences in Ghana

Fact checking has become crucial in the age of information, especially when the risk of misinformation and its attendant consequences is on the rise.

In view of that, the Department of Communication Studies at the University of Ghana has held a webinar to explore the practices and experiences of fact-checking and its impact on the media space in Ghana.

Virtual Matriculation ceremony for Distance Education Students

A virtual matriculation ceremony has been organized for newly admitted students offering various Distance Education (DE) programmes under the School of Continuing and Distance Education, College of Education (CoE) for the 2020/2021 Academic Year.

Speakers at 72nd Annual New Year School propose roadmap to deal with COVID-19 impact

President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on Tuesday January 19, 2021 opened the 72nd edition of the Annual New Year School and Conference, organized by the School of Continuing and Distance Education of the College of Education, University of Ghana.

Virtual Matriculation for 2021 Freshmen Held

A virtual matriculation ceremony has been held for newly admitted students into the College of Education for the 2020/2021 Academic Year. The virtual ceremony was held in line and with the observance of safety protocols on social distancing, as part of efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19

Virtual orientation organized for 2021 College of Education Freshmen

The College of Education has, as part of the 2020/2021 academic year, organized a virtual orientation for newly admitted undergraduate students into the College.

In his welcome address, the Acting Provost of the College of Education, Prof. Michael Tagoe counselled students to be proactive and take their studies seriously in order to graduate successfully after their course of study.


Department of Communication Studies launches Media and Information Literacy Project: “Youth Media and Information Literacy and the 2020 General Elections”

The Department of Communication Studies, School of Information and Communication Studies, in partnership with DW Akademie and Penplusbytes, has launched a “Media Information Literacy (MIL) and Elections Project” as the 2020 General Elections draws near.

First Memorial Lecture Held in Honour of A.J Ocansey

The School of Information and Communication Studies, in the College of Education, University of Ghana, in collaboration with the Ocansey and allied families and the Centre for Communication Education, Research and Professional Development at the University of Education, Winneba has organised the first A.J. Ocansey Memorial Lectures in honour of the contributions of Mr. Alfred John Kabu Ocansey towards Ghana’s development and independence struggles.