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Title: Internet Access, Competence and use Among University of Jos Academic Staff
Authors: Abubakar, Daniel
Embu, Reuben
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: Borno Library, Archival and Information Science Journal
Series/Report no.: Vol.2;No.2;Pp 56-70
Abstract: the rapid development of the internet and its expanded use in institutions of higher learning has revolutionary research and teaching among academicians. There is increased demand for internet related services in university of Jos. To assess their internet access competence and the usefulness of the internet for teaching and research. questionnaire was distributed and also mailed to academic staff of university of jos. The questionnaire asked respondents various institutional demographic questions.Availability of computers and internet access points. their level of competence experience on the use of the internet.and their perceived usefulness of the internet. The results of the study were presented in tables: Cross tabulations were made where appropriate to indicate relationship between variables. Respondents also provided information on major constriants to the effective use of the internet. policy issues and how it is deployed. Specific Concerns and issues dealing with computer and internet access were enumerated. Recommendations. particularly for policy formulation and dissemination were highlighted.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/663
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