Live Covid-19
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Deaths: 1,084,893
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Ukraine 5,177,217
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Austria 5,162,934
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Israel 4,663,515
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Recovered: 4,644,081
Active: 7,736

Challenges Facing the Provision of ICT Facilities in Technical Colleges in Enugu Education Zone

Challenges Facing the Provision of ICT Facilities in Technical Colleges in Enugu Education Zone

Challenges Facing the Provision of ICT Facilities in Technical Colleges in Enugu Education Zone

Ezeora, Boniface Ugochukwu Ph.D.1 & Argungu, Sani Abdullah I. Ph.D.2

1Department of Technology and Vocational Education (TVE)
Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT), Enugu

2Dept. of Educational Foundations
Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT)

Accepted: December 22nd, 2021

Published: December 31st, 2021

Citations – APA

Ezeora, Boniface Ugochukwu & Argungu, Sani Abdullah I. (2021). Challenges Facing the Provision of ICT Facilities in Technical Colleges in Enugu Education Zone. Global Journal of Education and Humanities, 3(1), 1-7.

 

This study was on Challenges facing the provision of Information, and communication Technology (ICT) facilities for teaching and learning in technical colleges in Enugu Education zone. The challenges of providing adequately ICT facilities as instructional materials for teaching and learning was the crust of the study. Survey research design was adopted for the study. A 9-item research question was constructed to guide the study; with a corresponding null hypothesis tested at 0.05 level of significance was formulated. The null hypothesis was tested with t-test statistical tool. The population for the study was 36 technical teachers and 211 students of technical colleges in Enugu education zone. A structured questionnaire of 9-items was used for data collection. The instrument was subjected to face validation. The overall reliability coefficient using Spearman’s rank order coefficient formula yielded 0.93. Mean responses and standard deviations were employed in the analysis. It was observed that the null hypothesis was rejected. Prominent among the findings were the lack of computer laboratory facilities and no e-library facilities for the colleges, coupled with poor power supply even for the few available ICT facilities. Gross absence of private sector participation except in one of the four technical colleges was a serious challenge. It was recommended that the authorities should improve on the provision of ICT facilities for teaching and learning; as well as the need to engender private sector participation in the TVET Programme. Other recommendations included the Provision of electronic library (e-library)) to engender critical thinking and self-learning by the students to ensure that the learners become ICT compliant in line with what obtains in the developed technologies and economies of the world. Therefore, there is the urgent need to declare a “state of emergency” on the Provision of ICT facilities for teaching and learning in technical colleges in Enugu Education Zone.

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Keywords: Provision of ICT Facilities; Technical Colleges; Instructional Materials; TVET Programme  | FULL PDF

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