This research aims at investigating Internet technology as an electronic medium of instruction: its access, usage and impact on the academic performance of staff and students of some selected Schools in Zamfara State. The objectives are to investigate the level of internet literacy of staff and students of the selected schools and ascertain how they use internet in order to gain the tremendous opportunities of information generation, storage, offers in order to cope with modern technology practice. The education sector is not left out of this wave of changes. In the last few years, the internet, which is a key factor in information and communication technology developments, has made in-road to the paradigm of today’s education such that the business of education generally is gradually becoming electronically driven. The study therefore examined the need for integrating this technology into educational training of students as a way of enriching their learning process, and implementation of e-curriculum by the teachers, digitizing and application of academic activities with internet applications as well as other latest technologies to keep tract of modern information management and processing in the schools. The findings of this study is expected to contribute positively to the productivity of academic staff and students in the process of teaching and learning.
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