The Office for Institutional Advancement (OIA), University of Education, Winneba (UEW) has been remarkable in engaging the University community and in promoting education-related online activities on the Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic which has led to the temporal shutdown of universities in Ghana.
The Office for Institutional Advancement (OIA) invites members of the University Community as well as the general public to the 5th Webinar Session on the topic Covid-19: Managing Related Psychosocial Distress. The Webinar is scheduled as follows:
Date: Tuesday, 26th May 2020
On Monday 18th May, 2020, the Director of University Health Services informed Management that a staff on our Winneba Campus had tested positive for COVID-19 and has, subsequently, been moved to the National Isolation Centre by the National Response Team.
Members of the Academic Board are kindly informed that the Academic Board meeting scheduled for Friday, 22nd May, 2020 has been postponed until further notice.
A new date will be communicated later.
Sorry for any inconveniences.
DIVISION OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
Please note that the EDC241 Mid-Semester Examination for Level 200 students of the Winneba and Ajumako Campus has been rescheduled from the initial time of 6:00AM to 9:00AM to 3:00PM to 5:00PM TODAY. This is as a result of a temporal power failure that has now been permanently resolved. The new schedule is as follows:
We publish herewith the Revised Timetable for the Online Mid-Semester Examinations for all campuses of the University of Education, Winneba.
Please click the links below relative to your campus.
The University Community is hereby informed that many of the Library's Electronic Resources (e-journals and reference sources) are available online, 24/7 and can be accessed from any location through Off-Campus Access!
Access is available to all valid UEW students, faculty, and staff.
In order to access these resources from off-campus, you will need to login. It’s easy!
1. Simply go to http://uew.edu.gh
The Office for Institutional Advancement (OIA) invites Academic Staff of the University to the 3rd Webinar Session on the topic Guidelines for Conducting Assessments on UEW-LMS. The Webinar is scheduled as follows:
Date: Wednesday, 13th May 2020
The Office for Institutional Advancement (OIA) invites Distance Education students as well as students of affiliated Colleges of Education, staff and members of the University community to the 4th Webinar Session on the topic Covid-19: Implications on Distance Education and affiliated Colleges of Education Students at UEW. The Webinar is scheduled as follows:
Date: Friday, 15th May 2020
Deans/Directors/HoDs/Coordinators/Examination Officers/GRASAG & SRC Presidents
Further to the directives issued on Wednesday, 6th May, 2020 regarding mid-semester and end-of-semester examinations, Management has revised the date for the conduct of mid-semester examinations.
The Office for Institutional Advancement (OIA) invites students, staff and members of the University community to the SECOND of the webinar series on the topic Covid-19 and UEW-LMS: Time with the Pro-Vice-Chancellor. The Webinar is scheduled as follows:
Date: Thursday, 7th May, 2020
In Management’s effort at ensuring that no student is left out and following feedback from students on the conduct of the mandatory quizzes, Management has approved, for immediate implementation, the following measures for the conduct of all mid-semester and end-of-semester examinations:
It has come to the attention of the University Management that some students are mischievously using a statement made by the Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Andy Ofori-Birikorang, during his appearance on last Sunday’s widely televised Joy News Programme, as an excuse to force their way into the University to occupy some classrooms, halls and other on-campus facilities under the pretext of accessing the University internet and wifi system.
We publish herewith the PROVISIONAL timetable for the online mid-semester examinations for all campuses of the University of Education, Winneba.
Deans, Directors, Heads of Department, Graduate Coordinators, Faculty Examination Officers and Examinations Officers may, upon perusal, send feedback latest by Wednesday May 6, 2020 via email to email@example.com.
Please the links below relative to your campus.
In Ghana, some children do not attend school, because their parents are unable to afford levies and fees charged by schools. This led to the introduction of the Capitation Grant Scheme in 2005. This study investigates the influence of the Capitation Grant Scheme on education delivery in basic schools in Ghana, through a close study of the Ga West Municipality. It is a descriptive survey, involving teachers, head teachers and parents as the target population.
Abstract The need for education as a veritable tool for national development cannot be over-emphasized. However, the bane for educational development, both at the national and institutional level, is poor policy implementation. Using evidence and insight from published data, this paper examined Ghana’s Free Senior High School Policy and its attendant double track system.