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2023, Vol. 5, Issue 1, Part E

Information technology and university administration: A comparative analysis of ICT implementation in tertiary institutions in Bayelsa state


Author(s): Dr. Abeki, Sunny Okoro and Ubebe Ebimobowei Fred

Abstract: Information technology and university administration were the subjects of this research, which was titled A Comparative Analysis of ICT Implementation in Tertiary Institutions in Bayelsa State. The study was directed by three research questions and three hypotheses. The participants in this research were 240 teachers and students drawn from Bayesa State Federal University, Otuoke, University of Africa, and Niger Delta University. Using the Taro Yamen formula, the sample size r was determined. To ensure that each member had an equal chance of being chosen, the basic random selection approach and purposive sampling were used. Questionnaires were the study's primary tool. The test-retest approach was used to determine the instrument's dependability. It evaluates the extent of ICT use in the chosen schools. The research found the following. According to our discussion on whether ICT facilities are available in tertiary institutions in Bayelsa state, a total of 248 respondents - 112 (45%) of whom strongly agreed-agreed, 55 (22%) disagreed, 68 (27%) disagreed strongly, and 13 (6%) disagreed with the hypothesis' assertion.Out of 248 respondents, a total of 97 (39%) strongly agreed, 58 (23%) agreed, 64 (26%) disagreed, and 29 (12%) disagreed with our findings on whether students and administrators readily accept ICT facilities for learning in tertiary institutions in Bayelsa state. From the aforementioned data, the vast majority of the stakeholders agree with the claim that Bayelsa state's students and administrators easily adopt ICT facilities for learning.In the end, our survey on whether management frequently uses ICT resources for administrative purposes in higher education institutions in the state of Bayelsa revealed that out of 248 respondents, a total of 87 (35%) strongly agreed, 79 (32%) agreed, 48 (19%) strongly disagreed, and 34 (14%) disagreed with the assertion in the hypothesis. The investigation leads to the conclusion that Bayelsa State's tertiary institutions employ ICT resources for administrative functions.

DOI: 10.33545/26646021.2023.v5.i1e.244

Pages: 352-359 | Views: 308 | Downloads: 5

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How to cite this article:
Dr. Abeki, Sunny Okoro, Ubebe Ebimobowei Fred. Information technology and university administration: A comparative analysis of ICT implementation in tertiary institutions in Bayelsa state. Int J Political Sci Governance 2023;5(1):352-359. DOI: 10.33545/26646021.2023.v5.i1e.244
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