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Lecturers’ Perception and Participation on E-learning Platform in Michael Otedola College of Primary Education During COVID-19 Pandemic Lockdown
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The study investigated lecturers’ perception and participation on e-learning platform in Michael Otedola College of Primary Education in Lagos State during COVID-19 pandemic lockdown. This is to ascertain the level of lecturers’ perception and participation on the use of the college e-learning platforms. The descriptive research design was adopted, while total enumeration was used to select respondents for the study. A structured questionnaire tagged “Lecturers’ Perception and Participation in E-learning learning platform in Michael Otedola College of Primary Education during COVID-19 Pandemic Lockdown (LPPMOCPEC19PL) with the reliability coefficient of 0.87 was used for data collected. Four research questions were answered in the course of the study. The result showed that lecturers’ perception in e-learning is high and their level of participation is also high in e-learning during CIVID-19 pandemic lockdown. Electricity supply, system breakdown and financial constrain were identified as factors militating against the use of the platform, while there is significant relationship between lecturers’ perception and participation e-learning platform. Recommendations were made on how to improve lecturers’ use of e-learning facilities.