The Politics of e-Learning Technologies with Nigerian Universities for Sustainable Development

By Joy Okah-Edemoh.

Published by Ubiquitous Learning: An International Journal

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The politics of technology usage has practically led almost every aspect of the today’s society into utilization of digital space and information integration, not leaving out the aspect of learning and education. The e-learning value proposition purports to extend the reach and effectual experience hereby supporting the development and expansion of education. This paper is part of a larger working paper titled “the trend of Ë-learning with Nigerian Universities.” It investigates the criteria used for assessing sustainable development and innovative technology application in education. The research uses mixed methods to compile data and analyzes beyond the PITAD framework to get a robust supposition. The findings revealed that e-learning is a crucial element to the assessment of Nigeria universities by various governing bodies. It also highlights a range of policy implications in the face of a rapidly evolving e-learning environment for sustainable development.

Keywords: e-Learning, Nigerian Universities, Sustainable Development

Ubiquitous Learning: An International Journal, Volume 10, Issue 1, March 2017, pp.23-33. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.026MB).

Dr. Joy Okah-Edemoh

Senior Lecturer, Department of Computing, Faculty of Applied Science and Computing, Baze University, Abuja, Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria