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Date of this Version

6-18-2019

Citation

Omotunde, Christopher Tayo and Omotunde, Opeyemi Olutoyin " Demographic Characteristics and Information Technology Competence Skills on the Use of E-Portal among Undergraduates in Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo" (2019).Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal).

Abstract

This study investigated the influence of demographic characteristics and information technology competence skills on the use of E-portal among undergraduates in Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo State, Nigeria. The findings revealed a positive significant relationship between IT competence skill and their use of e-portal (r= .190, p<0.05). Gender has a significant influence on the use of e-portal (t=2.071, p<0.05) also, respondents age has a significant influence on use of e-portal (F (3; 246) =2.892; p<0.05). The study concluded that IT competence skills and demographic characteristics of undergraduates have an influence on the use of E-portal. It is recommended that higher institutions of learning in Nigeria should further explore the potentials of E-portal for its teaching, learning and research.

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