Over the last few years, information and communication technology in the learning environment has become a priority for both the state and non-state actors. This informs investment in ICT infrastructure and human capital development. The key question, however, remains whether the use of ICTs in the learning environment has impact on academic performance. This book examines the importance of information and communication technology to learning. It applies research questions and data in assessing the impact of ICT on students’ academic performance. The findings should shed light and insight into what needs to be the priority for investment and direction. Recommendations on how to improve the use of ICTs in teaching and learning in schools emerge from this work.
Taiwo P. Akinremi
Taiwo P. Akinremi obtained his MSc (in view), PGD, PGDE in Computer Science and in Education in 2015, HND in Computer Science in 2012. Since then, he has worked in different sectors managing projects and resources. He is an internet governance veteran. He is co-author of a Multimedia Web-Based Content for E-learning article published in (IJETR).
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
performance, ICT, Influence, computer, learning, knowledge, teaching, Academic, education, Teacher, student, measuring, Learner
EDUCATION / Administration