E-Learning and Job Performance of Academic Staff In Bayelsa State Owned Universities

Authors : Kingsley Binaebi Ogbolo; Tamarau-ebi Charity Odubo

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 9 - September

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7110787

E-learning is a widely accepted concept in today ' s educational system . It ' s benefits are numerous . Enough empirical research on e-learning platforms for improving lecturer ’ s performance as it affects Bayelsa State is not readily available . Hence this study bridges the information gap by making findings that are peculiar to the study population . This study adopted the explanatory crosssectional research survey design . The total population for the research work is 823 academic staff of the three state owned universities in Bayelsa State , Nigeria . Using Taro Yamane method for sample size calculation to determine the sample size , 269 questionnaires were distributed accordingly , following the proportion for distribution to the study population . A total of 230 questionnaires were retrieved . This is about 85 % retrieval success rate . Excel and Spss 25 . 0 software is then used to analyse data gotten from the field for uniariate and bivariate analyses . Hypotheses were drawn to test the relationship between virtual classroom and lecturer effectiveness , creative teaching and time management . Findings show that lecturers are willing to adapt to change creatively to ensure that they effectively pass the required knowledge to their students.

Keywords : E-learning , Virtual classroom , creative teaching , lecturer performance.


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