B3YOUTUBE MONETIZATION: AN UNLIMITED BUNDLE OF INCOME

 

Oyelaran Tolulope,Ezra1,Oyeyemi Tobiloba2 and Onomake James Ogheneborie,
1Department of Chemistry, Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo.
2Department of Mathematics, Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo.

Phone: 07013530858,Email:
esdratolulope@gmail.com


ABSTRACT
According to Stutern (2017), 80% of fresh graduates in Nigeria earn less than twenty thousand naira monthly from their job and 36.26% are not employed. Hence, a need to harness the ICT especially the untapped market provided by YouTube.
YouTube have increased in leap and bond over the years and with potentials to increase more. Many millionaires are being produced yearly, like PewDiePie, a twenty seven year old who dropped out of school only to take care of his YouTube account and having a rise from hundred thousand subscribers to fifty two millions in five years. Also, Emmanuella Samuel a five years old comedienne has an average of one million views per her short video.
This paper intend to show the way to monetize ones YouTube account, various ideas that can be shared and the possible income feat

Keywords: YouTube, monetization, ideas, income

Impact of Information and Communication Technology on Geophysical and Geotechnical Investigation of Soil Strata in South- West Zone

Owoyemi, S.I: Integrated science department, Adeyemi College of Education Ondo.

 

Ojo, M.O: Physics department, Adeyemi College of Education Ondo.
Akinwande D.D: Integrated science department, Adeyemi College of Education Ondo.

ABSRACT

A geophysical and geotechnical investigation survey was carried out to determine soil strata for site buildings in a site in Ibadan, Oyo state, south western Nigeria, using electrical resistivity method. Four vertical electrical sounding stations were surveyed for the above investigation, the methods adopted in the investigation was purely based on information and communication technology which have great impacts on the sites investigations. Schlumberger array was used for the VES with maximum current electrode separation (RS/2) of 55m and readings of the resistance observed from the Terrameter were converted to apparent resistivity. The resistivity low in VES coincides with the high conductivity values which depicts the weathered zone in the study area. The weathered basement thickness is considered adequate for any overlying pressure from the camp attendants that will be seated on it. The result shows a typical three layer model in all the parts. The strata include the topsoil, clayey weathered layer and the fresh basement. It has been discovered from this study that the zone which the building will seat upon is thick enough to accommodate the building and will not have any adverse effect on it in the nearest future.  It is therefore recommended from the impacts of information and communication technology it has shown that the site is suitable for the proposed camp site.

Keywords: climate, resistivity, strata, building and weather

FACTORS TO BE CONSIDERED IN BUILDINGS CONSTRUCTION: INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

Akinwande D.D, Owoyemi S.I, Ojo M.O and Ikusika

 

Akinwande D.D: Integrated science department, Adeyemi College of Education Ondo.
Owoyemi S.I: Integrated science department, Adeyemi College of Education Ondo.
Ojo M.O: Physics department, Adeyemi College of Education Ondo.
Ikusika .A: Physics department, Adeyemi College of Education Ondo.


Email :sheuisiaq.owoyemi7611@yahoo.com

ABSTRACT:
This paper examined some factors to be considered by the in building design and construction, science and buildings technology engineers before laying buildings foundation, information and communication technology must be used as device to consider those factors on any specified building style for Design and Construction. Building on any site, once the strata have been worked on the technology will solve those problems. There is a serious need for this study to prevent structural failure in the future using information and communication technology to state those factors the causes and the way out.
Email:
sheuisiaq.owoyemi7611@yahoo.com

AGRIC / AGRICULTURE AS A CORE SUBJECT, decision necessary for growth and development of the country Nigeria

OLAGUNJU, Taiwo Emmanuel and OLAGUNJU, Samuel Olu

 

Email:lagsam2012@gmail.com

Abstract: The study examined agriculture as a core-subject-decision necessary for growth and development in Nigeria. The study was carried out in Ondo state of Nigeria, 100 randomly selected employed individuals from different working sectors were considered for the study. Questionnaire was used to gather data from respondents. Data analysis involved the use of frequency, ANOVA and Linear regression. Results indicated that Agriculture is worth exploring. Therefore, agriculture in secondary school as a core subject can be a helping tool on food security and so, a proposed diversification of economy into agriculture which will serve as a source of motivation for youths, thus choosing it as a career. It was further revealed that agriculture as a core subject is essential in boosting productivity for future generations, creation of employment which helps in elimination of poverty. Suggestions were made for concerned stakeholders to adopt an overall improvement in the agriculture industry,

Assessing Students’ Interpretation of Statistical Data and Tools in Nigeria Tertiary Institution

Akinnubi R.T, Akinwande D.D. Aramide J.O, and Akinnubi C.I

Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo

1Department of Physics

                        2Department of Integrated Science

 

ABSTRACT

This study assessed students’ interpretation of data in Adeyemi College of Education Ondo, Ondo State, Nigeria. One hundred and fifty (150) questionnaire were administered in the four selected faculties in the institution. The data collected was analyzed with t-test analysis at 5% level of significance. The finding indicated that many students had negative attitude towards statistical tools, and they also had low interpretation skill of statistical data. It is therefore suggested that statistics instructor and the curriculum planner should frequently offer orientation programmes on data interpretation to promote positive thinking towards interpretation of modern statistical packages.

Constraints in the effective use of Information and Communication Technology facilities in teaching and learning of Integrated Science.

Sabejeje A. J ; Bello I. J and Babajide O. O.

 

Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo

Email :sabegentle@gmail.com

Abstract: This work aimed at constraints in the use of Information and Communication Technology facilities in teaching and learning of Integrated Science in Secondary schools. Descriptive survey design was used. Data collected using questionnaire were analyzed using analysis of variance (ANOVA). The findings revealed that there was no adequate and relevant ICT facilities in most schools which make it impossible to incorporate ICT into teaching and learning of Integrated Science. Where they are available, they are underutilized as a result of epileptic power supply and lack of ICT staff. Based on this findings, it was recommended that the government should ensure regular power supply, train and employ more ICT staff and supply adequate and relevant ICT facilities to support schools.

Stress Level and Academic Adjustment of Married Female Students in Tertiary Institution. (A case study of Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo.Ondo State)

 

Authors: Osungbemiro Nelson R., Sanni O. Rafiu, Olaniyan R.F.and Fatoba Roseline

Email Address: bronelsonto03@gmail.com

Presentation Information:: Oral

Abstract: This study sought to investigate the stress and academic adjustment of married female students in Adeyemi college of Education Ondo, Ondo State. Stress and academic adjustment were treated as dependent variables. The independent variables comprised of age, department of study, part/level and marital status. For the purpose of investigation, descriptive survey method was employed. The sample comprised of 200 married undergraduates studying in Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo and the respondents were randomly selected. Data sheet prepared by the investigator and questionnaire was used to collect data. The findings of the study revealed that 93(46.5%) of the respondents are not stressed, 67(33.5%) are moderately stressed and 40(20.0%) are extremely stressed. However, there is no significant relationship between the academic adjustment of married female students and age group(P>0.05). Also, there is no significant relationship between the levels of stressed of married female students and age group. Moreover, there is no significant relationship between the levels of stressed of married female students and their marital status. But, the study showed that there is significant relationship between the academic adjustment of married female students and their marital status(P<0.05).

Committed Effective Doses from the Consumption of Vegetables Cultivated in Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria

Dr. A.C. Nwankpa and Mr. S.N. Nwankpa


Department of Physics, Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo.
Anambra State College of Health Technology, Obosi.


Email:
alexchinyere@yahoo.com

Abstract: Committed Effective Doses from the Consumption of Vegetables Cultivated in Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria.

Abstract.
Samples of some vegetables of nutritive importance to both the child population and the adult population in Nigeria were collected in Awka, Anambra State and analyzed in order to determine their radionuclide contents. Gamma-ray spectrometry was employed in the determination of the radionuclide contents in the products. The gamma-ray peaks observed with reliable regularity in all the samples analyzed belong to naturally occurring radionuclides, namely 238U, 232Th and 40K. Essentially radioactive elements such as 137Cs were not detected in any of the samples. The results obtained for 238U and 232Th show no particular pattern of variation in relation to the sampling locations. It is also evident that 40K makes the largest contribution to the radionuclide contents of these vegetables. This could be attributed to the use of fertilizers by the farmers. The average committed effective dose due to 238U and 232Th radionuclides from the consumption of African Spanich (green) is 0.24 µSvy-1. The average committed effective doses due to 238U and 232Th radionuclides from the consumption of Talinum triagulare (water leaf), Telfira occidentalis (Ugu), Vernonia amygdalina (Bitter leaf), Abelmoschus esculentum (Okro) and Corchorus capsularis (Arira/Ewedu) are 0.40 µSvy-1, 0.79 µSvy-1, 1.34 µSvy-1, 0.84 µSvy-1 and 0.43 µSvy-1 respectively.
Key Words: Radioactivity, Radionuclides, Committed Effective Dose, Contamination

Adoption and Use of Social Media for Training and Learning in Institutions of Higher Learning in South West Nigeria.

Authors:

 Awoyemi R. Akinade and Fehintola E.O.

Abstract: 

Today, the adoption and use of social media is creating a positive impact on the society. With the help of Internet, all the social site and various applications are readily available which can be accessed easily. This platform also allows users to converse and interact with each other, to create, edit and share new forms of textual, visual and audio contents. It has a vital influence on our lives as it helps a lot in every field including education. This paper explores the potential and impact of social media in Institutions of Higher learning in Nigeria, both public and private. The paper adopts a SWOT analysis to assess the implementation level of this technology and presents a framework for adoption and realization of this technology in institutions of higher learning in Nigeria.

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ECONOMIC RECESSION AND HEALTH DIMENSIONS OF ONDO STATE PENSIONERS RESIDING IN ONDO TOWNSHIP

ADELUSI, J.O., OBALASE, S.B. & ADISA, T.O.

ADEYEMI COLLEGE O EDUCATION, ONDO

Email:josefsegun47@gmail.com

Abstract: The economic recession in Nigeria has affected various sectors of the economy including the health sector leading to low productivity, poor service delivery and poor health outcomes. The impact of the meltdown has affected the masses, the working force and even the market women. Many state governments have failed in their responsibilities of paying the wages of their working force not to mention the retired civil and public servants whose living and survival depends on their pension benefits. As one increases in age, his or her health status inevery dimension (physical, mental, emotional) depreciates and calls for adequate attention and maintenance. Aged pensioners in Ondo State, especially those who reside in Ondo have been observed to suffer poor health in form of different kinds of ailments consequent of aging and due to inability to take adequate care of themselves as a result of poor financial resources emanating from non-payment of their images by the government even when all commodities such as food and drugs are sold at exhorbitant prices. This study investigates the relationship between economic recession and the states of the different dimensions of the health status of pensioners in Ondo State domiciled in Ondotownship. The descriptive research design was adopted, three null hypotheses were formulated, making use of a self structured open ended questionnaire to gather information from the respondents. A sample size of (100) one hundred respondents was selected making use of the simple random sampling technique. The research analysed the data collected making use of student t-test to test the hypotheses at 0.05 level of significance. Based on the findings, recommendations were made, amongst which were that laws should be promulgated to care for the welfare of people above sixty (60) years old in Nigeria and that if such social welfare law is already enacted, it should be strictly operated by government both state and federal in Nigeria.

Keyword: Economic recession, health dimension, physical health, emotional health, social health