Kogi State University
Open Educational Resources (OER)

Find the materials you need from an archive of thousands of quality educational content.


Features

Plagiarism Checker

Ensure your resources are not used by other authors without proper citation, using our plagiarism checker tool.

Impact Measurement

Measure the impact of your resources on the general public. Measure impressions, citations and mentions using this tool.

View Analysis

Analyze the views of your resources by location or other demographics. Use this tool to discover who uses your content most.

Resources

Make your educational content open to a worldwide audience on our platform. Use OER to impact on academia globally.

About

Kogi State University is a highly reputable institution genuinely committed to impacting knowledge, learning, scholarship and skills to all men and women in order to equip them to confront and control the challenges of the next centuries. The aspiration is to:

  1. Maintain and sustain the university as an apex institution through accountable, consultative, focused, interactive, innovative, purposeful, team –based, result-oriented and transparent leadership and management to constantly utilized existing knowledge and generate new ones.
  2. Use first class and state- of-the –arts facilities, highly motivated staff and studentsworking in an atmosphere of academic freedom and security to transform the university into a world class center.
  3. Ensure a high standard of academic excellent, discipline, integrity and intellectual heritage.
  4. Reflect and impact positively on the culture, traditions and the social-economic needs of the society.

Latest Resources

A conceptual framework for integrated STEM education

By Todd R. Kelley, J. Geoff Knowles, and Science Education Journal Articles pdf

Implementing a science-based interdisciplinary curriculum in the second grade: A community of practice in action

By Meredith Park Rogers Indiana University, Bloomington Indiana, United States Abstract Journal Articles pdf

Improving middle and high school students' comprehension of science texts

By Brandi E. Johnson, and Karen M. Zabrucky Georgia State University, United States Journal Articles pdf

Euglena Stability

By Science Education Journal Articles docx