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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 4586-4612


Analysing The Impact Of ICT On Performance Of Research Supervisors Of Public Sector Universities

Uzma Batool, Dr. Shagufta Akhtar, Dr. Muhammad Arshad Dahar, Dr. Iftikhar Adil.




Abstract

The basic aim of the current study was to find that to what extent the research supervisors of universities used Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for their academic and research activities and investigated its impact on their performance. The quantitative method utilized in this investigation. The population of the study included teachers of public sector universities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad. Multistage purposive sampling technique was applied to draw the sample size. Thus, 300 research supervisors (lecturers, assistant professors, associate professors, professors) were drawn. Questionnaire was used for assembling data. This survey found that research supervisors used ICT at average extent. It is concluded that research supervisors didn’t use ICT effectively for academic and research purposes, as they use it at average extent. Moreover, it implied that with the increase of ICT utilization, performance of research supervisors enhanced. The study recommended that university administration ought to give sufficient resources of ICT and training (workshops, conferences, and seminars) that will expose them to best practices of proper utilization of ICT to utilize very high for their academic activities to enhance their performance.

Key words: Utilization, ICT, Teaching, Performance






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