University Students’ Attitude towards Cyberspace Learning: An Investigative Study
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Scholarlink Research Institute, Manchester, United Kingdom
This study highlighted the points that Cyber-space-learning provides students with an alternative to classroom settings and frees the instructor from rote processes that are better handled by the computer. Female students desire face-to-face human interaction in addition to cyber-learning while most of the students have come to terms with the idea of cyber-learning.
Cyberspace , Internet , Learning , Cyber-space Learning , Nigerian University Students , Attitudes , Research Subject Categories::SOCIAL SCIENCES::Social sciences::Education
Olusakin, A. M., Ahimie, B., Akinyemi, A. & Olawale, A. O. (2014). University Students’ Attitude towards Cyberspace Learning: An Investigative Study. Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies (JETERAPS). 5(7), 24-27. Scholarlink Research Institute, Manchester, United Kingdom.