Ibibio Synthesis Project: Building Computational Speech Resources for diverse Applications.
Proceedings of African Human Language Technologies Workshop, Djibouti, East Africa (January 17-20, 2010).
By Ekpenyong, M.; Urua, E.; Victor J. Ekong, Obot, O.; and Udoh, I. (2010).http://www.africanhlt.com/programme.html
Documenting Nigerian Languages: Challenges and Constraints
Proceedings of the UNESCO/NCAC Workshop on Best Practices to Safeguard Nigerian Endangered Languages, ed. Lizzy Ihezue and Onukwugha O. Osuji, Abuja: UNESCO Abuja.
By Elugbe, B. and Udoh, I. (2006).
Leggbó Verb Inflections: A Semantic and Phonological Particle Analysis
Proceedings of the 28th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistic Society, University of California, Berkeley, pp 399-410
By Hyman, L.; Narrog, N.; Paster, M. and Udoh, I. (2002).
Workshop on the languages of Nigeria
At the 30th Conference of the Linguistic Association of Nigeria, held at the Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Port Harcourt, ,7th December 2017.
Nigerian Languages as key to the Sustainable Development Goals
Lead Paper presented at the Conference on Nigerian Languages and the SDGs, National Institute for Nigerian Languages, Aba, 5th – 9th June 2017.
Collaborative Language Documentation, COLANG 2016
Institute for Collaborative Language Research, University of Alaska, June 19th - 2nd July 2016, (Instructor)
Standardization and Language Endangerment
Lead paper presented at the 28th Conference of the Linguistic Association of Nigeria, Awka, 4th November, 2015.
Workshop on Faculty Management
Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, USA - 2015: Certificate, Global Academy in Teaching Excellence
Collaborative Language Documentation, COLANG 2014
Institute for Collaborative Language Research, University of Texas at Arlington, June 16 – 30, 2014, (Participant).
Empowering Nigerian Languages
Annual Lecture of the Nigerian Academy of Letters, presented at the University of Ibadan, 13th February, 2014.
Keynote Address at the 2013 International Mother Language Day celebrations
At Yenogoa, Bayelsa, 21st February, 2013.
Language and Interdisciplinary Research
A lead paper presented at the 7th Uniuyo Conference and Language and Literature, at University of Uyo, 19th February, 2013.
Institute for Collaborative Language Research (COLAN 2012)
Kansas State University, Lawrence, Kansas, 18th June – 30 July, 2012 (Participant).
Strategic and Practical Issues in Higher Education Management
Part III, 5th DIES International Deans’ Course for Africa, Addis Ababa, 19th – 25th February, 2012.
Transparency, Accountability and Ethics in the context of research
Presented at the Humboldt-Kolleg/DAAD-DIES International Deans Course Intermediary Meeting on Transparency tools in Higher Education Management, held at Chida Hotel, Abuja, 10th-12th November, 2011.
Joint ANIE/BC/NUC Conference on Internationalization of Higher Education in Africa
25th -26th October, 2011, Abuja, Nigeria
5th DIES International Deans’ Course for Africa
June 20th – 30th, 2011; Osnabruck and Berlin, Germany
Language Documentation Tools
Paper presented at the PMI2 Workshop in Uyo, 25th – 30th July, 2011.
Language Documentation and Vocabulary Development in Nigerian languages
Paper presented at the 2nd UNIUYO Conference on African Languages (UCAL) 2010, Onyeama Ugochukwu Auditorium, Town Campus, UNIUYO, 19th-24th September 2010.
Ethics and Tools in Fieldwork
Paper presented at the UNIUYO STEP-B Project on Text-To-Speech Applications for African Languages, 15th March, 2010
Ethical Issues and Rights to Fieldwork Linguistic Data
Lead paper presented at the UCOL 2009 Conference held in honour of Mr. Nyong Udoeyo, CBN Hall, Town Campus, 15th to 16th December, 2009.
Rescuing the next Generation: Now or Never
Leadership Conference, by the Association of Christian Schools International, Judiciary Hall, Wellington Bassey Way, Uyo, 26th – 28th April, 2009.
Language Documentation and Vocabulary Development in Nigerian Languages
Lead paper presented at the Urhobo Language Development Workshop on Developing Urhobo Vocabulary to cope with Modern Realities, Delta State University, Abraka, Delta State, 24th – 26th November, 2008.
Agencies set up for Nigerian languages: the challenges of advocacy
A discussion by Prof. Ben Elugbe”, at the UNECSO/Federal Ministry of Tourism, Culture and National Orientation, National Workshop on Best Practices to Safeguard Endangered Nigerian Languages, the UN House, 25th September, 2007.
Cultural Dialogue/Exhibition on the 200th Year Anniversary of the abolition of the slave trade
Hosted by the UNESCO and University of Abuja, UN House, Abuja, 10th September, 2007.
Towards Interoperability on Language Resources
2007 E-MELD/LSA Workshop at Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, USA, 13th – 15th July, 2007.
Documenting Endangered Nigerian Languages: Challenges and Constraints
In collaboration with Professor Ben Elugbe, Paper presented at the UNESCO/NCAC Workshop on ‘Best Practices to safeguard Endangered Nigerian Languages’, Zodiac Hotels, Enugu, 3rd August, 2006.
Digital Tools Summit in Linguistics
Michigan State University, Lansing, USA, 22-23, 2006
Digital Language Documentation : Tools and Standards, the State of the Art
2006 An Electronic Metastructure for Endangered Language Documentation (E-MELD) Workshop at Michigan State University, Lansing, USA, June 20-22, 2006
The Fortis-Progressive Interface in Leggbó
Paper presented at the 37th Annual Conference on African Linguistics” University of Oregon, Eugene, USA, 6-9 April, 2006.
The Lenis-Perfective Interface in Leggbó”
Paper presented at the 1st UNIUYO Conference on African Languages, University of Uyo, Uyo, 13th – 16th February, 2006.
Documentary Linguistics and Nigerian Languages : A Challenge to the New Humanities
Paper presented at the 11th Annual Conference of the Association of Nigerian Language Teachers, (ANLAT), University of Calabar, 6th – 9th December, 2005.
Documenting Nigerian Languages for Development and Archiving
Paper presented at the 2005 NINLAN Lecture Series, Aba, 5th October, 2005.
Documentary Linguistics : The Nigerian Experience so far
Paper presented at the 19th CLAN, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 25th – 28th September, 2005.
Linguistic Globalization and its effects on Language Documentation in Nigeria
Paper presented at the Pre-retirement Conference in Honor of Professor Mbong Udofot, University of Uyo, August, 17th – 19th, 2005.
Digital Language Documentation: General Ontology for Linguistics Description
A 2005 Electronic Metastructure for Endangered Language Data (EMELD) Workshop at Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, 1st – 3rd, July 2005.
The Niger Delta Languages of Nigeria and the Challenges of the 21st Century
Paper Presented at the Department of Linguistics and Nigerian Languages Seminar Series, University of Uyo, 23rd June, 2005.
Globalization and the Preservation of the Languages of Nigeria
36th Annual Conference on African Linguistics, Georgia State Southern University, Savannah, 31st March – 3rd April, 2005.
Progressive Formation in Leggbó
18th Conference of Linguistics Association of Nigeria, (CLAN), in collaboration with Professor Larry Hyman, University of Port Harcourt, 25th-28th October, 2004.
4th NAWACS Biennial International Conference
University of Uyo, 5th-9th September, 2004.
Globalization and the Preservation of Nigerian Indigenous Languages
Presented at the 3rd UCOLL, University of Uyo, 16th -18th August, 2004.
A Preliminary Report of the Languages of the South East Geopolitical Zone of Nigeria
Presented at the 24th West African Languages Congress, 1-6th August, 2004, University of Ibadan.
Maintaining a Healthy Study Habit
Presented at a Workshop for secondary school students in Akwa Ibom State on ‘Recovering and Maintaining Healthy Study Habits’, organized by Save The Children Campaign (STCC), 28th May, 2004, Ministry of Women Affairs, Uyo.
Towards Leggbó Orthography
Presented at the Emenanjo Symposium held at NINLAN, Aba, 26-27th August 2003.
Reduplication and Fortition in Leggbó Ideophones
Presented at the 33rd Annual Conference on African Linguistics held at Ohio State University, Athens, USA, March 22-24, 2002.
Verb Inflections : A Semantic and Phonological Particle Analysis
Presented at the 28th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistic Society, University of California, Berkeley, March 2002, (with Larry Hyman, Heiko Narrog and Mary Paster).
Presented at the 32nd Annual Conference on African Linguistics (ACAL) held at the University of California at Berkeley, March 22-28, 2001
The Effect of Local Government and State Creation and Languages of Cross River State
Presented at the West African Linguistic Congress (WALC), University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana. 15-19 August, 2000.
Linguistic Rhythm and Elasticity
Presented at the 7th Manchester Phonology Meeting, University of Manchester, UK, 13-15th May, 1999.
Anaang Syllable Structure” presented at the 16th Annual Conference of the Linguistics Association in NINLAN, Aba, 7th – 11th December 1998.
Deletion in Anaang
Presented at the Fourth National Workshop on Nigerian Languages in Owerri, 30th June – 4th July 1997.
Fourth Phonology Workshop on Constraints and Representations in Phonology
University of Manchester, U.K. 19th – 21st May 1996.
Rhythm in Music and Language
An inter departmental Seminar series organized by the Center for Music studies, the Language Center and the Department of Linguistics and Phonetics, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) University of London, April to May 1996.
Initial Reading Program for the Ibibio Adult Learner: Some Practical Considerations
Presented at the 6th Biennial Reading Association of Nigerian (RAN) Conference, University of Ilorin, 22 – 25 November, 1994.
Teaching Initial Reading in the Mother-tongue : The Case of Ibibio
Presented at Reading Association of Nigeria (RAN) Biennial Conference, University of Calabar, July, 1991.
Intra-lingual and Developmental Errors among Ibibio Speaking JSS Students
Presented at the Linguistic Association of Nigeria (LAN) conference, Okigwe, 29 July – 1 August, 1991.
The Place of Pronunciation in the Nursery School English Syllabus
Presented at the Reading Association of Nigeria (RAN) Conference, FUTO Owerri, September 13-15, 1989.
Teaching Reading Skills in the Junior Secondary Schools
Presented at the Reading Association of Nigeria (RAN) Conference, University of Jos, 1987.