• Demo Journal

    This is just for practice and Training purposes

  • Nigerian Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation

    The Nigerian Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation is one of the official Journals of the Association of Educational Researchers and Evaluators of Nigeria (ASSEREN). It publishes empirical and theoretical papers covering a broad range of issues in educational research, assessment, evaluation and other related issues all emanated from papers presented at our annual conference held in Jos 2017. It contains well written articles that could serve locally and internationally. We have done our best to improve the quality of the Journal. A number of articles were received and peer-reviewed.

  • Journal of Educational Research and Development

    Journal of Association of Evaluators and Researchers of Nigeria (ASSEREN) is an international peer-reviewed journal published in English, in March, June, September and December every year. ASSEREN provides an international platform for the African community of higher education for sharing research ideas, information and experience, as well as ideas about the role of higher education in society today. The journal is published under the auspices of HERPNET (Higher Education and Research Policy Network). The journal includes and seeks contributions of research articles specifically on any aspect of higher education and on education generally.

  • Journal of Evaluation

    Educational research and evaluation has taken root in Nigeria and the field is growing along with its peers in the rest of the world. Its influence on the education sector is also being felt and the Association of Educational Researchers and Evaluators of Nigeria (ASSEREN) is a major organ responsible for this. The Association comprises membership cutting across the academia, research and assessment agencies in Nigeria and operates in collaboration with similar ones at the regional and international levels. The annual conference of ASSEREN had by 2015 convened seventeen times. From that forum comes evidence-based studies on theories and practices that provide fertile and viable decision options for the education sector in Nigeria. Articles, essentially empirical, meeting acceptable quality standards are harvested from members and published in the ASSEREN Journal of Evaluation and other scholarly journals of the Association.

    In pursuance of the goal of ASSEREN to continue to improve the quality and value of education and related programmes in Nigeria and the world at large, the Editorial Board hereby commend this maiden issue of the Journal of Evaluation to researchers and educationists.