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This study examined availability and utilization of information and communication technology (ICT) among
instructors in adult and non-formal education centers in Kwara State, Nigeria. Four objectives were raised
and translated to research questions to guide the study. A descriptive survey research design was adopted
for the study and 271 was considered as the target populations comprises male and female instructors. A
sample size of one hundred and sixty (160) respondents was selected across the State. A multi-stage
sampling procedure consisting of cluster sampling, purposive sampling and simple random sampling was
adopted. Check list and questionnaire were used as an instruments for data collection for the study. The
reliability of instruments was done using test retest technique and a co-efficient 0.82 was obtained. The
administration of the instruments was done by the researchers and five volunteer field research assistants.
The data collected were analyzed using frequency count and percentages. One of the findings revealed that
the level of utilization of ICT among instructors was low. It is therefore, recommended that there is need
create awareness among instructors on the level of utilization of ICT so as to increase level of consciousness
for effective teaching learning process.
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