Students' and Lecturers' Attitudes toward the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) for Sustainable Educational Development in the Universities in South West, Nigeria
Department of Computer Science, Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo
Introduction; Statement of the problem; Objectives of the study; Research questions; Hypotheses; Methodology; Discussion of the findings; Conclusion; Recommendations; References
This study examined the attitudes of students and lecturers toward the use of ICT for sustainable educational development in the universities in SouthWest, Nigeria. A descriptive survey design was employed and adapted questionnaires were used to collect data from the respondents. The population of the study consists of all students and lecturers in the selected universities and an incidental random sampling technique was used to select five hundred (500) students and three hundred (300) lecturers from the population of the study and two research questions and four hypotheses were formulated for the study. Out of the 500 and 300 questionnaires administered on both the sample of the students and lecturers respectively, only 470 and 230 were returned for both students and lecturers respectively.