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Title: Lecturers’ Digital Literacy and Academic Goals Achievement of Plateau State Tertiary Institutions, Nigeria
Authors: Ogundele, Micheal Olarewaju
Gyang, Theresa Stephen
Sambo, Anpe Maria
Issue Date: Apr-2015
Publisher: Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences
Series/Report no.: Vol. 2;No. 2: Pp 105-109
Abstract: This study investigated the relationship between lecturer literacy and the academic goals achievement of Plateau State tertiary institutions. A descriptive survey of correlation type was adopted for the study. Four hypotheses were generated for the study. The instrument tagged “Digital Literacy for Academic Goals Achievement Questionnaire” (DLAGAQ) was used for the data collection and was validated by the expert; Splift-half reliability method was used to test the reliability instrument. The reliability index of .62 showed that the instrument was reliable. Two hundred respondents were selected from the six Plateau State-owned tertiary institutions. The respondents include Heads of departments, directors, senior lecturers, selected final year students. The research hypotheses were tested using Pearson product Moment Correlation statistics at .05 significance level. The result however showed that all the null hypotheses were rejected. It therefore, means that low positive significant relationship goals achievement of Plateau State tertiary institutions. It was however recommended that there were should be adequate sponsorship for the digital literacy and appreciation conferences both at the global and national level in order to develop lecturers capacity building on digital literacy skills in the interest of enhancing academic goals achievement at the various institutions in Plateau State Nigeria.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/975
ISSN: 2362-8030
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