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|Title:||Role of ICT in Social and Political Change: Utilisation of Mobile-learning to achieve Secondary School Educational Goals in Contemporary Nigerian Society|
|Citation:||Okudo, A.R (2014) Role of ICT in Social and Political Change: Utilisation of Mobile-learning to achieve Secondary School Educational Goals in Contemporary Nigerian Society. Presented At International Summer School on Information & Communication Technology for Democracy, New Delhi, India.|
|Abstract:||This research adopted survey descriptive research type to find out what Nigerian youths and professionals perceived about using mobile-learning to achieve secondary school educational goals in contemporary Nigerian society. Purposive and cluster sampling technique was used to sample a number of 300 youths and 100 teachers of secondary schools across the south-western stale of Nigeria. Questionnaire developed by the researcher was used for data collection. The instrument's validity and reliability co-efficient of 0.68 was determined using face and content validity approach and test re-test approach. Collected data were analyzed using percentages. Findings revealed that a high percentage of sampled students and teachers of secondary school were in support of provision for utilising mobile-learning as (his will help to achieve the secondary school educational goals of the contemporary 21st century of Nigerian society. However, few sampled respondents said that it will be a sort of distraction to some category of students. Based on these findings, recommendations were given.|
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