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Rogers’ Diffusion Model explains the acceptance or rejection of IT innovations in an organisation or society, or how an innovation diffuses through a society. According to the Technology Adoption Model […]
Like most other places, radio is the popular medium for news and information in Liberia. even with the advent of new media such as Facebook (popular in Liberia), many people […]
Until March 2020, no one dreamed of the dramatic impact of covid-19 on normal life. People went to school, visited the markets and banks to conduct business activities, and visited […]
To help us improve teaching and learning in our department, students participate in an evaluation exercise in which they respond to questions asking them to evaluate instructors on measures […]
Mass Comm Receives First Ever Fulbright Specialist By: Robert Serge Junior Saint-Pé (Student writer) In March 2019, the Mass Communication Department of the University of Liberia wrote a proposal to […]
The Chairman of the Mass Communication Department of the University of Liberia, Assistant Professor Euriahs Togar is providing technical support through capacity building to faculty members of the university’s College […]
Since our establishment, we have graduated over 1000 students trained in print and broadcast journalism. Most of these have since moved on. But where exactly are these graduates today, and […]
In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, which caused disruptions in normal life including schooling, we launched series of awareness messages as our contribution to the national fight against the […]
Corruption in education is a serious morally wrong and illegal act that potentially undermines the quality of education in learning institutions anywhere. A 2019 BBC undercover investigation revealed wide scale […]
[wzslider autoplay=”true”] Sixty-seven students graduated from the Mass Communication Department in the Centennial graduation. Among the department’s graduates, two graduated with honors.
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