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The world today is a global village, whereby all activities relating to the performance of works in the offices, teaching and learning are all tagged to ICT.
A business educator upon graduation is expected to work in the office, as well as to teach students business subjects.
The lack of the knowledge of ICT on the part of business educators poses a serious problem to the teaching of business education courses in Nigerian Universities where business education courses are being offered.
This study was conducted to ascertain the level of availability and utilization of ICT equipment in teaching of Accounting, Marketing and Office Technology and Management Education courses in the Department of Business Education in Universities in South-South geo-political zone of Nigeria.
A population of 117 business education lecturers in seven federal and state universities of south-south geo-political zone of Nigeria was used.
The instrument for data collection was a four point scale questionnaire.
Six research questions were answered using mean and standard deviation.
Hypotheses This work is targeted at all ICT users.Male and female respondents differ significantly in the mean ratings.
Franklin Ohiole Ohiwerei holds an N.C.E.
in Business Education, Bachelor of Science degree in Business Education, (B.Sc/Ed) from Delta State University, Abraka, a Masters degree in Business Education from the University of Benin, Benin City and a Doctor of Philosophy Degree (Ph.D) in Business Education from Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki.
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