Internet Use Pattern of Undergraduate Students at the University of Lagos, Nigeria
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University of Dar es Salaam Library Journal, Tanzania
This study examined the pattern of Internet use by undergraduate students at the University of Lagos, Main Campus, Akoka, Lagos, Nigeria. It revealed that the level of Internet use is low among undergraduate students from both the Faculty of Education and Faculty of Law. It also revealed that though majority of the students browse the Internet many of them cannot design search strategies. However, the study showed that internet use has very high impact on the academic/career related activities of the students. The study recommends the provision of faculty computer laboratories equipped with internet facilities, installation of solar electric power back-up system, and the integration of Internet and computer literacy into the compulsory general studies programme of theUniversity.
Undergraduates , Internet Use , Higher Institutions , Education , Research Subject Categories::SOCIAL SCIENCES::Other social sciences::Library and information science
Anasi, S.N (2006). Internet Use Pattern of Undergraduate Students at the University of Lagos, Nigeria. University of Dar es Salaam Library Journal, Vol.8(1&2).