Dr. Godfred Yeboah Annum

Senior Lecturer

Dept: Painting and Sculpture
Faculty of Art
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History of Art Block Room 5

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Digital Painting in New-Media Art Technology E-Learning Material Development for fostering Distance Education Problem-Based and E-learning Strat...~more

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Godfred Yeboah Annum (PhD)  is a Senior Lecturer in Fine Art and New Media Art Technology at KNUST. His is an expert in Educational Technology, with speciality in e-Documentation and e-learning material development. He is an experience professional Art Instructor, with dexterity in teaching Art effectively at any level of education.
After his basic and secondary education, he trained as a professional Art teacher at the Seventh-Day Adventist Teachers Training College in Koforidua in the Eastern Region of Ghana after which he pursued a diploma programme in Integrated Rural Art and Industry at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology, Kumasi (KNUST). Having excelled with distinction, he furthered to pursue a Bachelor of Art and a Master of Fine Art degrees in Painting before finalising his academic pursuit with a PhD in Art Education (all at KNUST), where he specialised as an Educational Technologist.
He has served his country in various teaching capacities. He has taught at the Basic School, Senior High School, Teacher Training College and currently the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology, Kumasi where he has to his credit as the first lecturer to introduce new media art in painting and sculpture at the tertiary level in Ghana. This course is providing computer education for art students, preparing them to face challenges of the job market in this new-media age. The course equips students with the skills for evolving fine art painting, sculpture and photographic editing using virtual art tools in Graphic Application Software like Adobe Photoshop and 3dsMax.
As an Educational Technologist, (Read More) he has evolved an e-learning material development technology for Electronic Documentation of intellectual materials on studio and laboratory-based courses to facilitate distance education in studio or laboratory-based institutions. This is a ‘MULTIBRID' technology that enables the incorporation of multimedia elements of motion pictures, still pictures, sound, and text documents to develop Interactive Electronic Learning Materials to facilitate e-learning. It's a technology that renders interactive electronic documentation easy to handle. His passion is to foster the introduction of distance education in studio and laboratory–based Tertiary Institutions and offer flexible e-learning experience for all categories of Distance Learning Students to learn at their own pace and convenience. Download one of his manuals for "IELM" development on theory based courses.

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