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The three backup causes - Blended Learning in the Class Room, Flexible Skills Development and Facilitating Online Course, have been successfully restored and can now be accessed on the courses portal.

Available courses

The course aims to help educators establish or improve their own online or blended teaching practices and develop a working understanding of successful online teaching strategies.

Participants will:

  • learn strategies and best practices to help plan, develop and teach using online technologies
  • learn how best to engage and motivate students within online learning environments and activities
  • learn how to manage time when teaching online
  • learn strategies for planning assessments, grading student work and providing effective feedback in online learning environments
  • experience firsthand, what it is like to be an online learner as part of the process of becoming an online educator

The goal of this course is intended to provide the student with advanced knowledge and skill in computer technology.

GENERAL OBJECTIVES: On completion of this course, the student should be able to: 

  • Understand the concepts of microprogramming 
  • Develop a structured approach to Microcomputer Programme. 
  • Know facilities for system development 
  • Know how to use the computer in real-time control applications 
  • Be able to link the computer with the peripherals and controlled loads 
  • Understand how the computer can be used to control motors and other inductive loads 
  • Know how the computer can be used in analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversions.

Course Introduction And Description

English for Mass Media (MAC 111) is a course that is designed to expose students to the

fundamentals of Mass Communication with emphasis on the concept, structure and process of

Mass Communication. The course is a two-credit unit course that is designed to be taken in the

first semester, at the 100 level. The course is available to all students who have registered for

Mass Communication programme at Kaduna Polytechnic, Kaduna, Nigeria. It is the first part of

the four credit unit courses planned for an entire year. The second course which is MAC 121 will

be taught in the second semester. The materials in this course guide have been developed to suit

the distance and flexible learning mode.

Course Prerequisites

You are required to have the following to be qualified for this course.

1. UTME score

2. Five credits in O’ level certificate including English and Literature in English.

3. Basic Computer Operations proficiency

4. Online interaction proficiency

5. Web 2.0 and Social media interactive skill.