Chika Genevieve Maduka (PhD)


This study investigated the impact of technology integration on the effective administration of tertiary institutions in Enugu State. Two research questions guided the study while two null hypotheses were tested at .05 level of significance. The researcher adopted a descriptive survey research design for this study. The population for the study was 2826 respondents which comprised 1944 male and 882 female academic staff among tertiary institutions in Enugu State. The sample for the study was 283 respondents. The sample size was obtained using stratified proportionate random sampling technique. The instrument for data collection was a researcher structured questionnaire titled “Impact of Technology Integration on the Effective Administration of Tertiary Institutions Question (ITIEATIQ)”. The instrument was subjected to face validation by three experts from the field of education. The reliability co-efficient of the instrument was determined using Cronbach Alpha method. The computation yielded .84 for cluster 1, .82 for cluster 2. The instrument had an overall reliability index of .82 which indicated that the instrument was reliable and, therefore, considered appropriate for use. Mean and standard deviation were used to answer the research questions, while t-test statistic was used to test the hypotheses. The findings of the study showed that technology integration impact human resource management and instructional delivery to a great extent. The researcher recommended among others that government should allocate resources to invest in up-to-date technology infrastructure and software solutions that support HR management and instructional delivery. This ensures that the technology remains relevant and capable of meeting the evolving needs of the organization.


Impact, Technology Integration, Effective Administration, Tertiary Institutions.

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