Impact of New Media Students Attitude to Learning a Case Study of Undergraduate Students Federal College of Education, Yola Adamawa State

Authors : Muazu Muhammad Habibu, Rahimatu Ahmadu Ribadu, Hauwa Umar Abbo, Okunlola Olawuyi Taiwo

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 9 - September

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The relevant of new media to students’ study habits was the focus of this study. Apart from various instances raised by authors from reviewed studies in the literature review part of this study, none of the reviewed studies was found to focus their study on determination of the influence of new media on study habits among undergraduate students in Federal College of Education, Yola, Adamawa State. The study used purposive random sampling techniques to select 337 from 1,557 students. The method of data collection was based on usage of structured questionnaires gave the respondents ample opportunity to go through the contents and choose the option that best suited their opinions. The use of frequency count, percentages and weighted averages gave room for aggregation of opinions and presentation of results in a way that can be easily interpreted. The study found that the level of computer usage among FCEY students is somewhat low. The level of internet usage among FCEY students is found to be too low. However, the level of mobile phone usage among FCEY students was found to be significantly influencing good study habits. However, the uses of mobile phone among FCEY students are yielding some negative study habits such distraction in the classroom through frequent ringing tone, text messages or examination malpractices. The uses of social network among FCEY students were found to have insignificant influences on their study habits.


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