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Adeyemi, BA.  2010.  Teacher related factors as correlates of Pupils’ achievement in Social Studies in Southwestern Nigerian. Electronic Journal of Research in Educational Psychology. 8(1):313–332.
Umoru-Oke, N.  2010.  The Techniques of Traditional Yoruba Pottery Making: A Case Study of Dada Pottery Centre. Ilorin Kwara State. The Journal of Arts and Ideas (J. A. I.), Vol. 15: Pp. 15::78–91. Abstract


Oladokun, TT.  2010.  Toward Value-Creating Corporate Real Estate Assets Management in Emerging Economies. Journal of Property Investment and Finance. 28(5):354-364.
Achimugu, P, Afolabi B, Oluwaranti A, Oluwagbemi T, Gambo I.  2010.  Towards an Efficient Information Systems Development Process and Management: A Review of Challenges and Proposed Strategies. Journal of Software Engineering and Applications (JSEA). 3(10):983–989.
Philip, A, Afolabi B, Adeniran O, Oluwagbemi Oluwatolani, Ishaya G.  2010.  Towards an Efficient Information Systems Development Process and Management: A Review of Challenges and Proposed Strategies. J. Software Engineering & Applications. 3:983-989. Abstract

(SDLC) using appropriate methodology. The SDLC consists of phases varying from author to author. However, an in-formation systems project can only be successful with intense interaction amongst project manager, systems analyst, system designers and the end users. Viewed from the project manager’s perspective, the SDLC lacks the essence of project management activities. Similarly, end users involvement is not clearly specified. The main aim of this paper is to propose a framework for information systems management and development process which accommodates the views of the different participants. Furthermore, the paper sharpens the concept of conventional SDLC, on the basis of the pro-posed framework. In addition, tools and methods that are appropriate for the implementation of the framework are herein discussed.

Akande, JO.  2010.  Tradition Is Worth Mining: Integrating Indigenous Community Education to the Overall Educational System In Nigeria, The African Symposium. An On-Line Journal of African Educational Research Network. 10(1):104-110..
Drew, C, Ajayi SA.  2010.  Transforming the Nigerian seed sector. :46pp., Abuja: USAID-MARKETS Project
Bolarin, O, Ayanlade A.  2010.  Utilization of Satellite Imaging and Information Communication Technology in Agricultural Information Dissemination in Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural & Food Information. 11(4):351-357,Taylor&Francis. Abstract

This study appraised the level of usage of satellite imaging and selected Information Communication Technology (ICT) tools by agricultural extension workers (EWs) in the North Central Zone of Nigeria. Specifically, information on usage of satellite imaging, personal skill ratings, and constraints faced by respondents in the usage of ICT equipment were gathered. Findings revealed that a majority of the respondents (97%) perceived themselves as incompetent in reading and interpreting satellite imaging for agricultural information dissemination. The study posited that government at various levels should assist in training EWs on digital compatibility.

Ajayi, OE, Abiona TC, Balogun MO, Ajayi AA.  2010.  Valvular regurgitation impact on left ventricular 2-Dimensional and Doppler echocardiographic indices in patients with essential hypertension. Journal of the National Medical Association. 102(10):937-942.
Bello, VA, Ajayi CA.  2010.  ‘Occupants’ Satisfaction and Rent Paid for Residential Properties Close to Waste Dump Sites in Nigeria’. Journal of Sustainable Development, (Canada)). 3(1):98-103.
CIroham, O, Ogunba OA.  2010.  “A Search for an Acceptable Margin of Valuation Error: A Case Study of Valuers and their Clients in Nigeria” . Sri Lankan Journal of Real Estate. Department of Estate Management and Valuation, Faculty of Management Studies & Commerce, University of Sri Jayawardenepura, Nugegoda, Sri Lanka.. (4):54-73.
Ayoh'OMIDIRE, F, Ayeleru B.  2010.  “Dois sertões, um mesmo destino: a radiografia da alma nacional em Guimarães Rosa e Wole Soyinka”. Language, Literature & Criticism: Essays in Honour of Professor Aduke Adebayo. , Ibadan: Zenith BookHouse
Fasokun, TO, Talla NS, Mohammed MH, Apara SAE, Ogungbe EO.  2010.  “Education as a Potent Factor for Achieving Sustainable Development in Nigeria:. Education for Sustainable Development in Nigeria Smartprint Production, Jos .
Folarin, GO.  2010.  “Lk. 12: 13-21 in the Context of Human Corruption”. Asia Journal of Theology. 24(2):312-324.
Ayoh'OMIDIRE, F, dos Santos JE.  2010.  “Mestre Didi e a oralitura nagô-iorubana no Brasil”. Criatividade Âmago das Diversidades Culturais: A estética do sagrado. , Salvador: Communitatis Mundi/SECNEB – Sociedade de Estudo das Culturas e da Cultura Negra no Brasil
Ajani, OO, Obafemi CA, Nwinyi OC, Akinpelu DA.  2010.  “Microwave assisted synthesis and antimicrobial activity of 2-quinoxalinone-3-hydrazone derivatives”. African Journal of Pure and Applied Chemistry. Vol. 18(1):214-221.
Olaleye, A, Oladokun TT, ODEBODE AA.  2010.  “Property Securitisation In Nigeria Market: Perceptual Analysis of Its Relevance”. The Lagos Journal of Environmental Studies.. 7(1):20-26.
Ayoh'OMIDIRE, F, Alao G, et al.  2010.  “Teaching Culture in Portuguese and Yoruba Foreign Language Classes”. Implicites, stéréotypes, imaginaires : La composante culturelle en langue étrangère. , Paris: Édition des archives contemporaines
Okome, MO, Folaranmi SA, Omidiran G.  2010.  Africa Happening! Bits and Pieces. {SSRN} Electronic Journal. : Elsevier {BV} AbstractWebsite
Ojo, MA, Ogunbanjo OR, Dada AC, Odeyemi AT.  2010.  Bacteriological, physicochemical and mineral studies on Awedele spring water and soil samples in Ado Ekiti, Nigeria. African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology. 4, Number 6 Abstract
Atanda, PO, Adeoye MO, Olorunniwo OE, Oluwasegun KM.  2010.  Comparative Analysis of Pack Carburized Low Carbon Steel Using Charcoal and Palm kernel Shells. International Journal of Physical Science. 2:32–38., Number 7: Pan African Book Company Abstract