The Use of Ict in Dissemination of Career Information in Secondary Schools in Ogbadigbo Local Government Area of Benue State Nigeria

Joachim C. Omeje, Elizabeth N. Ugwuanyi


The study sought to find out the use of ICT in dissemination of career information in secondary schools in Ogbadigbo local government area of Benue State, Nigeria. Three research questions and a hypothesis guided the study. Population consisted of all teachers and counselors in Ogbadigbo council area. The sample was 200 teachers and counselors drawn using stratified sampling through simple random sampling technique. Instrument for the study was questionnaire. Mean score and t-test statistics were used for data analysis. Results showed that teachers and counselors have not recognized ICT as a primary source of career information. The result also shows that students are ignorant of the basic skills in operating computer and that many government schools do not have adequate computer laboratories. It was also shown that no significant mean difference existed between teachers and counselors in the awareness of ICT as a source of career information. Implications of the findings were highlighted, limitations pointed out, recommendations and suggestions for further research made also.

Keywords: Use, ICT, Dissemination, Career, Information

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