January 2017

Ghana National History Day - Judging Criteria






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Be active instruments of development – VC tells Senior Members in the Registrar's Department

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba, Professor Mawutor Avoke has called on all Senior Members in the Offices of the Registrar to be active instruments in the development of the University System. He said “Administrators are not mere passive instrument in the development of the University System but hold the key to building a strong University System in this 21st century”.


Don’t Cheat in Examinations – V. C. Tells Matriculants

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba has advised matriculants candidly not to cheat in examinations or quizzes but rather urged them to adopt positive attitude towards their studies. He made this statement at the Matriculation ceremony held for freshmen and women offering various courses under the Distance Education of the Institute for Educational Development and Extension (IEDE-UEW) on Wednesday January 11, 2017 at the Jophus Anamuah Conference Centre, North Campus.


Cadmium, lead, arsenic and mercury levels in earthenware clay deposits at Vume, in the south Tongu District of Ghana, Using Atomic Absorption spectrophotometric technique

This paper screened for potentially harmful heavy metals such as As, Pb, Cd and Hg in earthenware clay deposits at Vume in the Volta region of Ghana using Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometric (AAS) technique. The concentrations of As in the clay samples ranged from 0.90 μg/g to 2.04 μg/g with a mean of 1.49 μg/g, and standard deviation of 0.47. Lead levels ranged from 2.85 μg/g to 4.08 μg/g with a mean of 3.67 μg/g, and a standard deviation of 0.38.


Seminar Notice


The College of Languages Education of the University of Education, Winneba is organizing a three-day seminar on the theme “Ellipsis in the languages”

Guest Speaker: Professor Katharina Hartmann from the Institute für Linguistik, Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Germany.

Date: January 17-19, 2017

Time: 9:00-3:00 each day.

Venue: Video Conferencing Centre, Ajumako


OSIS Routine maintenance exercise

The students records office would humbly like to inform the University Community that there will be a routine maintenance on OSIS on Thursday 12th to Friday 13th January, 2017. Within this period, OSIS might not be fully available. Please take note accordingly we are sorry for any inconveniences this exercise would cause.

Thank you very much for your anticipated cooperation.

Wilhemina Tete-Mensah
Deputy Registrar, Academic


UIARS (UEW Invigilators' Attendance Reporting System) - This Software will make Exam Officers' work a lot easier!


UIARS (pronounced "you-ars") is a software designed to ease the work of Exams Officers in UEW by automatically generating various report forms after exam invigilations. This software generates reports such as Individual Claim forms and Total time slots for both Practical and Theory exams for all invigilators who were present during examination.


HOSTELLER - An Online Hostel Management Software for Students and Hostel Owners


Hosteller is an online booking and Advertisement website for all Students and Hostel owners to enable them search and book hostel accommodation at their convenience. The software allows for online payment of hostel fees using mobile money and prints receipt for verification / clarification.
Software Features The Software has the following features:

1. Booking of hostel rooms

2. Membership Sign up and login

3. Contact Hostel Administration feature

4. Viewing hostel detailed information

5. Online payment through mobile money


Department of ICT Education and Oracle Partnership

The Department of ICT Education is now an Oracle Partner as a result of the department's participation in an Oracle Training Workshop organised by Oracle at the Korean Lab of the University of Ghana mid last year.

The 5-day training was attended by two Lecturers of the Department, Mr. Daniel Danso Essel and Ms. Esther Gyimah, who received certificates of participation in Database Design and Programming with SQL.