Monographs

  1. Ubong, B; & Wokocha, A. M. (2000). Internally generated funds for effective management of schools: A systems model for tertiary institutions. Occasional Publication. Series No.1. October 1999. Omoku: Federal College of Education (Technical).
  2. Ubong, B; & Wokocha, A.M. (2001). Effective leadership and community development. Occasional Publication. Series No.2. Omoku: Federal College of Education (Technical) Omoku.
  3. Ubong, B. (2009). The literature of Akwa Ibom State: Categories, constants, currents. Occasional Publication of Sciences & Humanities Institute (Series No. 1) in consociation with Association of Nigerian Authors, Akwa Ibom State Branch. Uyo: Ivy Press Ltd

Books of Reading

  1. Ubong, B. (2000). Quality education in tertiary institutions: A niche marketing approach. In A.M. Wokocha (Ed). Quality in Nigerian education. APQEN. Port Harcourt: Osia International Publishers Ltd.
  2. Ubong, B. (2000). Organizations involved in adult education programmes. In C. Williams. (Ed.) Education series II. Omoku: School of Education, Federal College of Education (Tech).
  3. Ubong, B. (2001). The planning component in the universal basic education scheme. In P.O. Nwaokolo; G.C. Igborbor; & G.C. Nduka. (Eds). Universal basic education in Nigeria: Concepts, issues and prospects. Asaba: Federal College of Education (Tech.).
  4. Ubong, B. (2002). Business development in the Niger Delta through education and related factors. In R. A. Wokocha (Ed.). Development rights issues in the Niger Delta. Port Harcourt: University of Science and Technology.
  5. Ubong, B. (2002). Business teacher education curriculum: A case for review. In B. Ubong (Ed.) New perspectives in business education curriculum (A book of readings). Business Education Series 1.
  6. Ubong, B. (2000). Quality education in tertiary institutions: A niche marketing approach. In A.M. Wokocha (Ed). Quality in Nigerian education. APQEN. Port Harcourt: Osia International Publishers Ltd.
  7. Ubong, B. (2000). Organizations involved in adult education programmes. In C. Williams. (Ed.) Education series II. Omoku: School of Education, Federal College of Education (Tech).
  8. Ubong, B. (2000). Organizations involved in adult education programmes. In C. Williams. (Ed.) Education series II. Omoku: School of Education, Federal College of Education (Tech).

Journals

Since the beginning of my sojourn in the Federal College of Education (Technical) Omoku, Rivers State, Nigeria, I have published a number of scholarly articles in journals, books of readings, and serials.

Some of my scholarly works include articles on Nigeria’s Universal Basic Education Programme (UBE), issues in tertiary institutions administration, women development, and marketing systems as it concerns the Nigerian economy.

Detailed list of my journal articles is published below.

  1. Continuous Assessment , Practicum, and the Quality of Business Education Programmes in Nigeria by Bassey Ubong and M. Wokocha
    • STUDENT ASSESSMENT OF TEACHERS (SAT): AN ALTERNATIVE VIEW by Bassey Ubong & Mercy Okpor
    • Ubong, B. (1999). Nigerian education, management education, and training in international perspectives: A comparative analysis. Journal of Pedagogy and Development. 6(1).
    • Ubong, B. (2000). An alternative pedagogical approach in post-graduate education: The business education paradigm. Journal of Pedagogy and Development. 7 (I & II).
    • Ubong, B. (2000). Strategic planning and higher education in Nigeria: The challenges of the 21st century. African Journal of Research in Education. 1 (1).
    • Ubong, B. (2000). The line and staff argument and its relevance to educational institutions. Journal of Research in Contemporary Education. 1 (1).
    • Ubong, B. (2000). Business education in adult education. Journal of Research in Contemporary Education. 1 (1).

Conferences

As an academic, I have attended conferences of several professional and academic associations. I am also engaged in some editorial assignments both within and outside the College Community. Some of my conference engagements can be seen below:

  1. Seminar on “Women in Philosophy of Education: Ethics, Love and Politics in Education,” University of Edinburgh, Scotland, September 24-26, 2010. Paper Presented: Intimacy Between Students and Faculty.
  2. 21st National Conference of the Association for Promoting Quality Education in Nigeria (APQEN), Federal Capital Territory College of Education, Zuba, Abuja
  3. 11th National Conference of the Association for Promoting Quality Education in Nigeria. (1999, October). Federal College of Education, Obudu. Paper presented: Internally generated funds for effective management of school (with A. M. Wokocha).
  4. 2nd National Conference of the Federal College of Education (Technical), Omoku. (1999, November). Paper presented: Towards more business education for engineers, technologists, and technicians
  5. 1st National Conference of the Federal College of Education (Tech.), Asaba. (2000, May). Paper presented: The planning component in the universal basic education scheme.
  6. Senior Staff Seminar of the Federal College of Education (Tech.), Omoku. 2000, August). Paper presented: The Nigerian teacher and the need for image management in the 21st century.
  7. 18th National Conference of the Philosophy of Education Association of Nigeria (PEAN). Ibadan. (2000, October). Paper presented: Towards a total quality management philosophy in schools.
  8. 12th National Conference of the Association for Promoting Quality Education in Nigeria. Gombe. (2000, October). Paper presented: Staff personal management in schools: Issues for the UBE scheme.
  9. 3rd National Conference of the Federal College of Education (Tech.), Omoku. (2000, November). Paper presented: Pupil personnel management in schools: A new emphasis under the UBE scheme.
  10. 42nd Annual Conference of Science Teachers Association of Nigeria (STAN), Ilorin, (2001, August 20-21). Paper presented: Attitude of female science students towards private business as a vocation and the role of business education.
  11. 14th Annual National Conference of the Nigerian Association of Teachers of Technology, Umunze. (2001, September 17-21). Paper presented: Sustainable poverty alleviation in Nigeria through entrepreneurship education for scientists and technologists.

Articles

  1. Refocusing the Universal Basic Education (UBE) Scheme through Entrepreneurial Capacity Building for Adult Learners. Bassey Ubong.
  2. Hostel Accommodation in Tertiary Educational Institutions in Nigeria: To Be or Not to Be Bassey Ubong.