Investigating the Influence of Computer Anxiety on the Academic Performance of Junior Secondary School Students in Computer Studies in Nigeria

11/21/2020
by   Chinelo Blessing Oribhabor, et al.
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This study examined the influence of computer anxiety on the academic performance of junior secondary school students in Computer Studies in Nigeria. The research instrument that was used in the study was computer anxiety scale which was validated by the Guidance and Counseling lecturers and Educational Measurement and Evaluation experts. The result of the study showed that most of the students used in the study were mildly anxious when dealing with computer.

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