The Effects of ILIAS Online Learning Platform On Academic Achievement in Educational Technology Among University Students’ in Nigeria
This study investigated the effects of ILIAS online learning platform on students’ achievement in educational technology among universities in Nigeria. Guided by two research questions and two null hypotheses, a sample of 338 (157 males and 181 females) year two students was used. Quasi-experimental research design was used. Educational Technology Achievement Test (ETAT) was used for data collection. Data collected was analysed using mean and standard deviation while ANOVA was used to test the two null hypotheses that were formulated. The findings of the study indicated that those taught with ILIAS learning platform had higher mean achievement scores in ETAT than those students in the control group and also there was no significant difference in the mean achievement scores of male and female students taught Educational Technology using ILIAS learning platform. Based on the findings of the study, it was recommended that Universitiesand other tertiary institutions should implement the use of ILIAS learning platform in teaching and learning process for the purpose of enhancing learning outcome.
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