n African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development - Undergraduates' access to e-learning in Nigeria : policy implications : research paper

Volume 3, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 2042-1338
  • E-ISSN: 2042-1346
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This paper explores students' access to e-learning policy implications for tertiary institution administration in Nigeria. The stratified random sampling method was employed in selecting five tertiary institutions. 500 undergraduates were randomly chosen to represent the sample size. Data obtained were analysed using descriptive statistics and population t-test of single means. Results of the analysis signified that the number of students in Nigerian tertiary institutions who have access to e-learning technology was insignificant. It is expected that the results obtained from this study will assist policy makers and University administrators find solutions to making e-learning technology more accessible to undergraduates at all levels.

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