Use of Electronic resources by Graduate Students of the Department of Educational Technology and Library Science, University of Uyo

  • Okon H
  • Lawal O
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The study surveyed the use of electronic resources by graduate students of the department of educational technology and library science in the University of Uyo. Based on a detailed literature review, a total of three (3) research hypotheses were formulated and tested on a sample size of 36 representing the total population of graduate M.Sc and PhD students of the department of educational technology and library science in the University of Uyo. The instrument employed for the collection of data was the questionnaire. t-Test analysis and Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) were used in analyzing the data collected. From the data analysis the following findings were advanced. That majority of the respondent’s access electronic resources from the internet via Cybercafé .There is a high frequency of usage of electronic resources by both male and female postgraduate students of the department of educational technology and library science in the University of Uyo. Keywords: Use, Electronic Resources, Graduate Students, Cybercafé.

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Okon, H., & Lawal, O. (2013). Use of Electronic resources by Graduate Students of the Department of Educational Technology and Library Science, University of Uyo. Global Journal of Educational Research, 12(1). https://doi.org/10.4314/gjedr.v12i1.2

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