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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS in Nigeria. Chapters 1-5 Final Year Research Project Topics | Download Free Projects | Final Year Research Project Topics and Materials, Hire a Research Writer, Download Economics, Education, Accounting, Philosophy, Computer Science, Business Administration, Below are Information Technology Project Topics with available Chapters 1-5. Click on any to preview its Contents
1. EFFECT OF MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM IN THE SERVICE DELIVERY (A CASE STUDY OF UNIVERSITY Of UYO)
2. THE IMPACT TOWARDS CREATING THE AWARENESS AND APPLICATION FOR CURRENT INFORMATION AND MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES AMONG UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT OF THE NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA (NOUN)
3. ELECTRONIC INFORMATION RESOURCES BY STUDENTS OF NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY IN SOUTH-WEST, NIGERIA
4. AWARENESS AND USE OF ELECTRONIC RECORDS MANAGEMENT FOR ADMINISTRATIVE EFFECTIVENESS
5. AWARENESS AND USE OF ELECTRONIC RECORDS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND ADMINISTRATIVE EFFECTIVENESS IN NIGERIA TECHNOLOGICAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES
6. INFLUENCE OF KNOWLEDGE SHARING PRACTICES ON JOB PERFORMANCE AMONG STAFF OF GLOBACOM TELECOMMINICATION COMPANY, LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA
7. INFLUENCE OF MOTIVATION ON JOB PERFORMANCE OF LIBRARY PERSONNEL IN BABCOCK UNIVERSITY AND OOU
8. INFORMATION BEHAVIOUR AND QUALITY OF LIFE OF CROP FARMERS IN ILORIN, KWARA STATE, NIGERIA
9. THE RECORDS MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND COMPUTER LITERACY SKILLS OF REGISTRY STAFF IN SELECTED PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES IN OGUN STATE
10. IMPACT OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE (A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED IT FIRMS IN LAGOS)
11. THE IMPACT OF INTERNET AND THE WAY IT INFLUENCE STUDENTS READING CULTURE (Case study of selected primary schools in Edo State)
12. HOW TO PREVENT COMPUTER SYSTEM INFECTION AND COMPROMISE USING TROJAN TOOL AND PROCESS
13. EFFECTS OF GSM ON SERVICE DELIVERY OF SMES IN NIGERIA (Case study of Registered SMEs in Edo State)
14. EVALUATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN E-BANKING AND CYBER CRIME IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF FIDELITY BANK PLC, 2011-2015)
15. ANALYSIS OF DATA MINING TECHNIQUES OF TELECOMMUNICATION COMPANIES IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF MTN NIGERIA
16. ETHICAL HACKING AND CYBER SECURITY IN NIGERIAN TELECOMMUNICATION INDUSTRY: ISSUES AND SOLUTIONS
17. A STUDY INTO THE CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS OF MARKETING NIGERIAN MADE COMPUTER SOFT-WARES
18. INTRODUCTION TO ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: APPLICATION AND BENEFITS TO HUMAN LIFE
19. COMPUTER NETWORKING USING WIRELESS NETWORK
20. THE APPLICATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TO THE LEARNING AND TEACHING OF ECONOMICS IN NIGERIA : A CASE STUDY OF SEC. SCH IN JOS
21. A STUDY INTO THE NEGATIVE INFLUENCE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ON CHILD EDUCATION
22. AN APPRAISAL OF THE ROLE OF ICT AS A CHANGE AGENT FOR QUALITYEDUCATION IN TERTIARY INSTITUTION IN NIGERIA
23. ASSESSMENT OF THE UTILIZATION OF INTERNET SERVICES AMONG STUDENTS IN FEDERAL INSTITUTIONS IN KADUNA STATE
24. CLOUD COMPUTING A BETTER MEANS OF IT OUTSOURCING
25. THE USE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING OF VOCATIONAL SUBJECTS IN NIGERIA POLYTECHNICS
26. SELF EFFICACY AND INFORMATION SEEKING BEHAVIOUR OF STUDENTS OF SELECTED UNIVERSITIES IN NIGERIA
27. A SURVEY OF DATA BASE MANAGEMENT IN ENHANCING THE WORK PERFORMANCE OF OTM GRADUATES IN SELECTED ORGANISATIONS IN ABUJA
28. SOCIAL MEDIA ENTERPRENURESHIP AS A TOOL FOR NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED BLOGGERS AND WEBMASTERS IN IKEJA, LAGOS)
29. THE ROLE OF INFORMATION GATHERING IN THE RAPID SOCIAL-ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION OF NIGERIA
30. IMPROVING THE CAPACITY OF A RENEWABLE POWER SYSTEM, USING SOLAR POWER PANEL (A CASE STUDY OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND SOFTTWARE LAB
31. ENHANCING NIGERIAN ECONOMY THROUGH WIRELESS INTERNET NETWORK
32. INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY AS A TOOL FOR CREATING JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN NIGERIA
33. PREDICTING STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK
34. THE IMPACT OF INTERNET ON THE NIGERIAN SOCIETY
35. THE IMPACT OF ICT ON THE NIGERIAN ECONOMIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
36. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND SERVICES DELIVERY (A CASE STUDY OF TERTIARY HOSPITAL IN RIVERS STATE)
37. THE EFFECT OF COMPUTER USAGE ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN NIGERIA
38. IMPACT OF INTERNET ON POSTGRADUATE RESEARCH (A CASE STUDY OF FUTO AND IMSU OWERRI)
39. THE EFFECTS OF MODERN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ON YESTERDAY’S SECRETARIES (A STUDY OF SELECTED PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ORGANIZATIONS IN ENUGU METROPOLIS)
40. AVAILABILITY AND USE OF LIBRARY RESOURCES IN TRAINING LIBRARIES BY STUDENTS (A CASE STUDY OF DEPT OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE TRAINING LIBRARY)
41. AWARENESS AND USAGE OF E-LEARNING MATERIALS AMONG STUDENTS OF NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA (NOUN)
42. THE IMPACT OF NATIONAL TEACHERS INSTITUTE DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAMME FOR THE NIGERIAN CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION
43. UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ICT USE IN IMPROVING TEACHING AND LEARNING IN EKITI STATE UNIVERSITY, ADO-EKITI
44. COMPUTER EDUCATION IN NIGERIAN SECONDARY SCHOOLS: GAPS BETWEEN POLICY AND PRACTICE
45. PROBLEMS AND PROBLEMS OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY IN NIGERIA
46. ASSESSMENT TOWARDS EFFECTIVE EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY IN THE DISTANCE LEARNING SYSTEM
47. CHALLENGES IN THE APPLICATIONS OF E-LEARNING BY SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN ANAMBRA STATE, NIGERIA
48. UTILIZATION OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY FOR QUALITY INSTRUCTION IN RIVERS STATE UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION, PORT HARCOURT: AN ASSESSMENT
49. IMPEDIMENTS TO EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY IN AN AGE OF COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
50. E-LEARNING AND CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION IN COMPUTER AGE: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS
51. EVALUATION OF THE INTEGRATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CONCEPTS INTO SECONDARY SCHOOL SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUM IN ENUGU STATE, NIGERIA
52. POTENTIALS OF E-LEARNING FOR NATIONAL SECURITY
53. MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSES AWARENESS AND ADOPTION BY NIGERIA UNIVERSITY STUDENTS (A CASE STUDY)
54. BARRIERS THRUSTING E – LEARNING TO THE BACKSEAT: NIGERIA A CASE STUDY
55. DIGITAL EMPOWERMENT OF YOUTHS IN HIGHER INSTITUTIONS IN SOUTH-EAST OF NIGERIA
56. STUDENTS’ E-LEARNING/M-LEARNING. EXPERIENCE AND IMPACT ON MOTIVATION IN NIGERIA
57. AVAILABILITY, TEACHERS’ AWARENESS AND ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE USE OF ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN SPECIAL SCHOOLS IN KWARA STATE, NIGERIA
58. AVAILABILITY AND UTILIZATION OF ICT RESOURCES IN TEACHING COMPUTER EDUCATION IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ANAMBRA STATE, NIGERIA
59. ASSESSMENT OF THE USE OF E-LEARNING FACILITIES BY TEACHERS IN DELTA STATE, NIGERIA
60. INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN AGRICULTURE
61. INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) AND EDUCATION: ANALYSING THE NIGERIAN NATIONAL POLICY FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
62. THE OBSTACLES TO TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION AT A SMALL LIBERAL ARTS UNIVERSITY
63. MINISTERIAL INITIATIVE ON E-EDUCATION FOR NIGERIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM
64. DETERMINANTS OF ICT UTILIZATION AMONG AGRICULTURAL STUDENTS OF TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN SOUTH WESTERN NIGERIA
65. AN INVESTIGATION OF EDUCATIONAL USE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY FROM THE PERSPECTIVES OF NIGERIAN AND GHANAIAN STUDENTS
66. RESOLUTION OF FARMER-PASTORIALIST CONFLICT IN NIGERIA
67. GENDER DIGITAL DIVIDE AND NATIONAL ICT POLICIES IN AFRICA
68. ATTITUDES AND PERCEPTIONS OF STUDENTS TO OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING IN NIGERIA
69. THE DEVELOPMENT OF MODERN EDUCATION IN NIGERIA
70. OPEN-DISTANCE EDUCATION AS A MECHANISM FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: REFLECTIONS ON THE NIGERIAN EXPERIENCE
71. A COMPARISON BETWEEN A DISTANCE AND A TRADITIONAL GRADUATE ACCOUNTING CLASS IN NIGERIA
72. KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES OF PARENTS AND TEACHERS IN RELATIONS TO ADOLESCENTS’ REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH TRAINING IN OSUN STATE, NIGERIA
73. COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING IN NIGERIA
74. STUDENT ATTITUDES TOWARDS ELECTRONIC INFORMATION RESOURCES
75. PERCEPTIONS OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS TOWARD CONTINUING EDUCATION
76. MEDIA IN DISTANCE LEARNING: THE NIGERIAN NATIONAL TEACHERS INSTITUTE DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAMME
77. AN EXAMINATION OF THE INFLUENCE OF DECREASES IN STATE APPROPRIATIONS ON ONLINE ENROLLMENT AT PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES
78. SUPPORTING CAPACITY BUILDING IN HEALTH SERVICE PROVISION IN ERITREA VIA DISTANCE LEARNING MASTER’S PROGRAMMES
79. COMPARATIVE SERVICE QUALITY METRICS IN REGULAR AND NONREGULAR UNDERGRADUATE MARKETING PROGRAMS: IMPLICATIONS FOR MARKETING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONALISM
80. PERSPECTIVES ON THE INFLUENCES OF SOCIAL CAPITAL UPON INTERNET USAGE OF RURAL LAGOSAN TEACHERS
81. EXAMINING THE ATTITUDES AND INTENTION TO USE SYNCHRONOUS DISTANCE LEARNING TECHNOLOGY AMONG PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS
82. AN EVALUATION OF THE STUDY PATTERNS AND PREDICTORS OF WOMEN DISTANT LEARNERS IN OYO AND OSUN STATES, NIGERIA
83. AN ANALYSIS ON DISTANCE EDUCATION COMPUTER PROGRAMMING STUDENTS’ ATTITUDES REGARDING PROGRAMMING AND THEIR SELF-EFFICACY FOR PROGRAMMING
84. ICT AND HIGHER EDUCATION: TEACHERS TECHNOLOGICAL DRIVEN ECOSYSTEM AND A PARADIGM SHIFT IN LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
85. USE OF ELECTRONIC RESOURCES BY DISTANCE STUDENTS IN NIGERIA: THE CASE OF THE NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY, LAGOS AND IBADAN STUDY CENTERS
86. IMPACT OF E–LEARNING APPLICATION ON LEARNING STYLES AMONG STUDENTS OF NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA
87. FACTORS INFLUENCING THE COMPLETION OF DISSERTATIONS BY STUDENTS OF POST-GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN EDUCATION (PGDE) BY DISTANCE LEARNING IN SOUTH-WESTERN NIGERIA
88. THE USE OF LIBRARIES BY POSTGRADUATE DISTANCE LEARNING STUDENTS
89. DISTANCE EDUCATION AS A WOMEN EMPOWERMENT STRATEGY IN AFRICA
90. FACTORS MILITATING AGAINST WOMEN ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT AND POVERTY REDUCTION IN AFRICAN COUNTRIES
91. EMPOWERING FEMALE PRISONERS IN AFRICA: THE OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING OPTION
92. SUSTAINABILITY INDICES AS MEASURES OF SERVICE DELIVERY IN OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA
93. LEARNING DESIGN AS AN INDICATOR OF QUALITY IN TEACHER EDUCATION IN NIGERIA
94. REFLECTIONS ON QUALITY ASSURANCE IN OPEN DISTANCE LEARNING
95. QUALITY ASSURANCE AND WHOLE SCHOOL EVALUATION: THE ROLE OF THE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
96. ALTERNATIVE TO TEACHER EDUCATION IN H. PERRATON (ED) COST EFFECTIVENESS IN TEACHER TRAINING
97. THE PLACE OF MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE IN ACHIEVING THE OBJECTIVES AND GOALS OF OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING INSTITUTIONS: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS
98. INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN TEACHER TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA
99. ICT KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS AMONG STUDENTS OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE IN UMARU MUSA YAR’ADU UNIVERSITY, NIGERIA
100. PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES APPLICATION IN AGRICULTURE IN NIGERIA
101. INFLUENCE OF COMPUTER LITERACY ON POSTGRADUATES’ USE OF E-RESOURCES IN NIGERIAN UNIVERSITY LIBRARY
102. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INFORMATION LITERACY AND USE OF ELECTRONIC INFORMATION RESOURCES BY POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN
103. USAGE OF ELECTRONIC RESOURCES BY UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS AT THE REDEEMERS UNIVERSITY, NIGERIA
104. ICT LITERACY AMONG UNDERGRADUATES IN NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES
105. AUTOMATION OF ACADEMIC LIBRARIES, CHALLENGES AND GAINS (A CASE STUDY OF FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC NEKEDE OWERRI LIBRARY)
106. INFORMATION NEEDS AND INFORMATION SEEKING BEHAVIOUR OF CHILDREN IN PUBLIC LIBRARIES (THE CASE STUDY OF IMO STATE LIBRARY BOARD, OWERRI)
107. IMPORTANCE OF INTERNET TO STUDENTS OF ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF IMO STATE UNIVERSITY OWERRI)
108. SECURITY PROBLEMS IN ACADEMIC LIBRARIES OF HIGHER INSTITUTION OF LEARNING (A CASE STUDY OF IMO STATE UNIVERSITY(IMSU) LIBRARY OWERRI)
109. PRESERVATION AND CONSERVATION OF LIBRARY MATERIALS
110. BOOK ACQUISITION IN ACADEMIC LIBRARIES SOURCES AND METHODS (A CASE STUDY OF IMO STATE POLYTECHNIC LIBRARY UMAGWO)
111. PROBLEMS OF BOOK ACQUISITION IN ACADEMIC LIBRARIES (A CASE STUDY OF IMO STATE UNIVERSITY OWERRI(IMSU) IN IMO STATE)
112. STRATEGIES FOR COMBATING BOOK THEFT AND VANDALISM IN ACADEMIC LIBRARIES(A CASE STUDY OF FUTO LIBRARY)
113. EFFECTS OF POOR FUNDING OF PUBLIC LIBRARIES IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF IMO STATE PUBLIC LIBRARY OWERRI)
114. PROBLEMS OF ACQUISITION OF MATERIAL AND SERVICES TO USERS IN SPECIAL LIBRARIES IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF IMO STATE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY)
115. INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) AND EDUCATION PREPARATION IN SOUTH AFRICA: IMPLICATIONS FOR 21ST CENTURY CLASSROOM-BASED PRACTICE
116. LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA:MAIDUGURI: ED-INFORMATION SERVICE
117. ICT FOR EDUCATION IN NIGERIA
118. THE INFLUENCE OF ELECTRONIC RESOURCES USE ON STUDENTS’ READING CULTURE IN NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES: A CASE STUDY OF ADELEKE UNIVERSITY EDE, OSUN STATE
119. COMPUTER AND INTERNET FACILITIES USE IN DISTANCE EDUCATION: A SURVEY OF SANDWICH STUDENTS OF UNIVERSITY OF ADO EKITI, NIGERIA
120. CONSTRAINTS TO EFFECTIVE USE OF ICT AMONG EXTENSION PROFESSIONALS AND FARMERS IN EXTENSION DELIVERY IN RIVERS STATE
121. ICT EDUCATION IN LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE PROGRAMMES: AN ANALYSIS OF THE PERCEPTIONS OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
122. DISTANCE LEARNERS’ FAMILIARITY WITH THE CONCEPT OF DIGITAL LIBRARY: A CASE STUDY OF VIRTUAL UNIVERSITY
123. FACTORS AFFECTING UTILIZATION OF ELECTRONIC HEALTH INFORMATION RESOURCES IN UNIVERSITIES
124. INFORMATION USE PATTERN BY RESEARCH SCHOLARS IN ELECTRONIC ENVIRONMENT: A STUDY AT SELECT UNIVERSITIES
125. PROMOTING INFORMATION LITERACY AMONG UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS OF NIGERIAN UNIVERSITY
126. ACCESS AND USAGE OF ONLINE DATABASES IN NIGERIAN UNIVERSITY IN TEACHING AND RESEARCH: A STUDY OF ACADEMIC STAFF IN UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR, CALABAR
127. INTERNET INFORMATION SEEKING AND USE BY MEDICAL STUDENTS OF NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, NIGERIA
128. INFLUENCE OF INFORMATION SUPPORT SYSTEM ON ICT USE BY DISTANCE LEARNERS IN UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS, NIGERIA
129. FACULTY-LIBRARIAN COLLABORATION TO ACHIEVE INTEGRATION OF INFORMATION LITERACY
130. INFORMATION LITERACY: A CASE STUDY OF THE KFUPM LIBRARY
131. TOWARDS EFFECTIVE INFORMATION LITERACY INSTRUCTION IN HIGHER EDUCATION: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN STUDENTS’ LEARNING STYLES AND INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS
132. NIGERIA’S INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE POLICY: IMPLICATIONS FOR E-GOVERNMENT.
133. THE ROLE OF PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES IN ENSURING GRADUATE EMPLOYABILITY
134. INTERNET USE AMONG UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS OF OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY, AGO IWOYE, NIGERIA
135. USER PERCEPTION OF ELECTRONIC RESOURCES IN THE UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN
136. EFFECTS OF ELECTRONIC INFORMATION RESOURCES SKILLS TRAINING FOR LECTURERS ON PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICES AND RESEARCH PRODUCTIVITY
137. BARRIERS TO THE SUCCESSFUL INTEGRATION OF ICT IN TEACHING AND LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
138. TABLETS AS POWERFUL TOOLS FOR UNIVERSITY RESEARCH
139. USE AND USER PERCEPTION OF ELECTRONIC INFORMATION RESOURCES: A CASE STUDY OF SIVA INSTITUTE OF FRONTIER TECHNOLOGY
140. WEB BASED METHODOLOGIES AND TECHNIQUES TO MONITOR ELECTRONIC RESOURCES USE IN UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES
141. A SURVEY OF ICT COMPETENCIES AMONG STUDENTS IN TEACHER PREPARATION PROGRAMMES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF BENIN, BENIN CITY, NIGERIA
142. THE USE AND IMPACT OF ELECTRONIC RESOURCES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS
143. INFORMATION RETRIEVAL SKILLS AND USE OF LIBRARY ELECTRONIC RESOURCES BY UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATES IN NIGERIA
144. THE ROLE OF THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY FOR AN EFFICIENT USE OF THE ELECTRONIC RESOURCES
145. INFLUENCE OF COMPUTER LITERACY AND SUBJECT BACKGROUND ON USE OF ELECTRONIC RESOURCES BY UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS IN UNIVERSITIES IN SOUTH-WESTERN NIGERIA
146. EDUCATION BASED ON INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN HIGHER EDUCATION
147. EXPLOITING ICT AND E-LEARNING IN TEACHER’S PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA
148. ELECTRONIC INFORMATION RESOURCES UTILIZATION BY STUDENTS IN UNIVERSITY OF UYO, NIGERIA
149. ANTECEDENTS OF ICT ATTITUDES OF DISTANCE EDUCATION STUDENTS
150. THE APPLICATION OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY ON ACADEMIC LIBRARY OPERATIONS AND SERVICES IN NIGERIA
151. INFORMATION LITERACY AWARENESS, PERCEPTION AND SKILLS ASSESSMENT USING STUDENTS OF NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY IN SOUTHWEST NIGERIA
152. INFORMATION LITERACY SEARCH SKILLS OF STUDENTS IN FIVE SELECTED PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES IN OGUN STATE, NIGERIA
153. EFFECTS OF INFORMATION LITERACY SKILLS ON THE USE OF E-LIBRARY RESOURCES AMONG STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN, KWARA STATE, NIGERIA
154. ICTS IN AFRICAN SCHOOLS: A MULTI-MEDIA APPROACH FOR ENHANCING LEARNING AND TEACHING
155. THE IMPACT OF ICT ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF INFORMATION LITERACY BY STUDENTS IN FURTHER EDUCATION
156. THE DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A DISTANCE AND OPEN LEARNING ENVIRONMENT SCALE
157. AN APPRAISAL OF THE OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAMME IN NIGERIA
158. PERCEPTIONS OF FACULTY ABOUT INFORMATION LITERACY SKILLS OF POSTGRADUATE ENGINEERING STUDENTS
159. APPLICATION OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) BY MEDICAL STUDENTS: A STUDY OF GOVERNMENT MEDICAL COLLEGE
160. SELF-EFFICACY: A CONCEPT CLOSELY LINKED TO INFORMATION LITERACY AND LIFELONG LEARNING
161. ASSESSMENT OF THE USE OF ELECTRONIC RESOURCES AMONG ADMINISTRATORS AND FACULTY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS
162. STUDENT ACCESS TO AND SKILLS IN USING TECHNOLOGY IN AN OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING
163. FRAMING INFORMATION LITERACY AS INFORMATION PRACTICE IN NIGERIA
164. A WWW INFORMATION SEEKING PROCESS MODEL AMONGE STUDENT WRITING PROJECT TOPICS
165. ADULT LITERACY AND LIFE SKILLS SURVEY: INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY LITERACY
166. EFFECT OF APPLYING INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) ON LEARNING LEVEL AND INFORMATION LITERACY OF STUDENTS
167. ICT IN HIGHER EDUCATION: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES
168. AWARENESS AND USE OF SCHOLARLY ELECTRONIC JOURNALS BY MEMBERS OF ACADEMIC STAFF IN NIGERIA
169. INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY LITERACY SKILLS AND CLASS INSTRUCTION: A COMPREHENSIVE PERCEPTION SURVEY OF UNIVERSITY OF BENIN FIRST YEAR STUDENTS
170. UNDERGRADUATES’ COMPUTER SKILLS AND THE USE OF ONLINE INFORMATION RESOURCES: A CASE STUDY OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE STUDENTS OF DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY, NIGERIA
171. INFORMATION LITERACY SKILLS AND AWARENESS OF ELECTRONIC INFORMATION RESOURCES OF LIBRARY USERS IN OYO STATE PUBLIC LIBRARY, NIGERIA
172. GENDER INFLUENCE ON ICT USE BY UNDERGRADUATES IN TWO UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES IN NIGERIA
173. USAGE OF ELECTRONIC INFORMATION RESOURCES (EIRS) BY UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS OF FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM RESOURCES
174. ICT ADOPTION AND USE AMONG STUDENTS OF A NIGERIAN UNIVERSITY FOR DISTANCE LEARNING
175. GENDER DIFFERENCES IN INFORMATION RETRIEVAL SKILLS AND USE OF ELECTRONIC RESOURCES AMONG INFORMATION PROFESSIONALS IN SOUTH-WESTERN NIGERIA
176. A STUDY OF AVAILABILITY AND UTILIZATION OF LIBRARY ELECTRONIC RESOURCES BY UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS IN PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES IN OGUN STATE, NIGERIA
177. MEASURING LEVELS OF END-USERS’ ACCEPTANCE AND USE OF HYBRID LIBRARY SERVICES
178. GLOBALIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND CROSS-BORDER STUDENT MOBILITY
179. ELECTRONIC INFORMATION RESOURCES BY STUDENTS OF NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY IN SOUTH-WEST, NIGERIA
180. THE EFFECT OF PERCEIVED SECURITY ON CONSUMER PURCHASE INTENSIONS IN ELECTRONIC COMMERCE
181. BUILDING MEDIA CAPACITY FOR CHILDREN SUSTAINABILITY IN AFRICA: EDUCATIONAL AND PARTNERSHIP IMPERATIVES
182. AWARENESS ON DIGITAL SECURITY AND E-BUSINESS IN NIGERIA
183. AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF INTERNET SERVICES ON THE PREFERENTIAL ADOPTION OF MOBILE INTERNET
184. SECURED E-COMMERCE TRANSACTIONS THROUGH CHOATIC MAP
185. THE INFLUENCE OF TRUST ON USER INTERACTIONS IN E-TRANSACTION PLATFORMS: THE CONTEXT OF A DEVELOPING COUNTRY
186. BENEFITS AND CHALLENGES OF NIGERIA’S CASH-LESS POLICY
187. ACIDIFICATION OF GARLIC AND HERBS FOR CONSUMER PREPARATION OF INFUSED OILS
188. AN ITERATIVE MAINTAINABILITY WEB SERVICE MODEL FOR EFFECTIVE MOBILE HEALTHCARE DELIVERY
189. CASH-LESS POLICY AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: EVIDENCE FROM NIGERIA
190. PRIVACY AND DATA PROTECTION: THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A GOVERNMENT REGULATION APPROACH IN DEVELOPING NATIONS, USING NIGERIA AS A CASE
191. INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY IN NIGERIA: SOME LESSONS ON THE LAW AND PRACTICE OF ELECTRONIC COMMERCE
192. CYBER LAWS AND REGULATIONS FOR ENHANCING E-COMMERCE
193. CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE LEGAL REFORM POLICIES IN THE NIGERIAN ELECTRICITY INDUSTRY
194. FACTORS AFFECTING E-COMMERCE ADOPTION IN NIGERIAN BANKS
195. ELECTRICITY GENERATION AND THE PRESENT CHALLENGES IN THE NIGERIAN POWER SECTOR
196. CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR AND ONLINE SHOPPING ADOPTION IN NIGERIA
197. A MIDDLE COURSE BETWEEN CONSUMER PROTECTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
198. E-COMMERCE AND CONSUMER PROTECTION IN NIGERIA: ADVERTISEMENT AND FALSE DESCRIPTION
199. PERSPECTIVES ON CONSUMERISM AND CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT IN NIGERIA
200. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE APPLICABLE LEGAL PROTECTION FOR PURCHASERS ON THE INTERNET
201. INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR CONSUMERS PROTECTION IN NIGERIA
202. THE GROWTH AND CHALLENGES OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN LAW PRACTICE IN NIGERIA
203. INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY AND E-COMMERCE: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE NIGERIAN LEGAL SYSTEM AND JUDICIARY
204. THE IMPORTANCE OF CONSUMER PROTECTION FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTRONIC COMMERCE
205. CONTEMPORARY LEGAL ISSUES IN ELECTRONIC COMMERCE IN NIGERIA
206. AWARENESS OF E-COMMERCE AND ITS ADOPTION IN SOUTH-WEST, NIGERIA
207. E-COMMERCE ADVERTISEMENT AND USAGE EXPERIENCE: THE CASE OF NIGERIA
208. CHEMICAL ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A POPULAR DETOXIFYING HERBAL REMEDY YOYO BITTERS



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