INFLUENCE OF LECTURERS’ EXPERIENCE ON INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY COMPLIANCE IN CURRICULUM DELIVERY OF COLLEGES OF EDUCATION IN NIGERIA
Bello, Suleiman & Fatima Aliyu
The study investigated Influence of Lecturers’ Experience on Information and Communication Technology Compliance in Curriculum Delivery of Colleges of Education in Nigeria”. The design of the study is survey. The population of the study consisted of lecturers of Social Studies in colleges of education in North West, Nigeria. A total of 219 lecturers were used in the study. The study used census purposive sampling because of the manageability of the population of the study. The study also used structured questionnaire titled “Compliance of Information and Communication Technology Questionnaire (COICT-Q) as data collection instrument. The instrument was duly validated by supervisors and statisticians for content and face values. The researcher pilot tested the instrument and it was certified as statistically fit for the main work. However, the study used independent sample t-test and ANOVA to validate the study’s null hypotheses at 0.05 level of significance. The study among other things found that there was no significant difference in the mean compliance scores of lecturers’ on ICT in colleges of education, north-west, Nigeria in relation to their institutions’ ownership type and that there was a significant difference in the mean compliance scores of lecturers’ on ICT in colleges of education, Nigeria in relation to their gender. The study made some recommendations among which are the need to organize workshops, seminars and in-house training for its academic staff in colleges of education to widen their awareness and compliance of ICT in their instructional delivery process.