Impact of Internet Use on Student’s Learning Outcomes In Biology

Authors : Olalekan Lawrence Adeyinka; Joshua Emmanuel Temiloluwa; Godsgift Agboniyehimhen Ehebha

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 6 - June

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This paper attempts to review various impacts the usage of the internet would have on student’s learning outcomes in Biology, the paper includes research objectives such as finding out the attitude of students in accessing biology information from the internet, the perception of students’ uses of internet for learning purpose, discovering how relevant is the obtained information students, got from the internet is to their academics. The paper reviewed several previous works from scholars on different concepts revolving around the research study including; the internet, impact of internet service on academic activities, frequency of internet use by students, internet usage and learning outcomes, and challenges encountered in the use of internet facilities. The sample for this study is made up of 100 students that would be given questionnaires to answer to find out the impact of internet use on students learning outcomes. The 100 students would be partitioned and gender-biased this is to cater to the gender-based research questions. The study has to do with inferential statistics. Inferential statistics is aimed at summarizing the properties of a population from the known properties of the sample of the population. Simple frequency, mean scores, and the percentage would be used for analyzing the data because they will explain the phenomena under study.

Keywords : Biology, Learning Outcomes, ICT, Perception, Science.


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