The African Council for Communication Education (ACCE) is happy to announce that its current National Coordinating Secretary, Dr. Nnamdi Tobechukwu Ekeanyanwu, has won the 2013-2014 edition of the Centre for International Media Analysis, Research & Consultancy (CIMARC) Scholarship for West African Researchers. The University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom, sponsors the Scholarship. This scholarship makes Dr. Nnamdi Ekeanyanwu the first CIMARC Scholar from Nigeria.
Dr Nnamdi Ekeanyanwu will be a Short-Term Visiting Scholar at the University of Bedfordshire between March and April 2014. The Scholarship covers his international and local travels, accommodation, and subsistence throughout the duration of the [...]
I write on behalf of the National Coordinator, Professor Danjuma Gambo, as well as the National EXCO to announce the publication of the Vol. 11, No. 1, 2013 Edition of THE NIGERIAN JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION. I am also happy to announce the publication of a book of reading titled: “COMMUNICATION AND THE NEW MEDIA IN NIGERIA (Social Engagements, Political Development and Public Discourse) edited by Prof. Des Wilson and published by ACCE.
The papers that made these publications were presented at the 15th National [...]
The Covenant Journal of Communication, CJOC, a publication of the Department of Mass Communication, Covenant University, has released its maiden edition online. Please, Visit http://journals.covenantuniversity.edu.ng/cjoc/index.php
The CJOC is both Online (open/free access) and printed. You are not required to pay any money to publish on the CJOC platform and you do not have to pay to access the journal papers. The journal is more interested in publishing quality articles and giving such papers international visibility. Authors stand to get better citation on Google Scholar if they published at CJOC. Authors are, however [...]
The National Secretariat of ACCE has released a new email address to members. The new address is firstname.lastname@example.org This address replaces the former yahoo email address. Members are therefore to note the change and send their requests and comments to the new email address. The National Coordinating Secretary, Dr. Nnamdi Ekeanyanwu, also advised members that the old address will no longer function from January 2014. In essence, all official correspondence will now be handled via the new gmail account which is a bit more flexible and user friendly [...]