Internet Services in Nigerian Private Universities: A Case Study

Anyira, Isaac Echezonam
February 2011
Library Philosophy & Practice;Feb2011, p1
Academic Journal
Case Study
This article presents a case study researching the level of accessibility and use of Internet services in private universities using Western Delta University Oghara in Nigeria. Topics included determining Internet availability for university staff and students, identifying how crucial the point of access was in influencing Internet use, and which motivating factors prompted use of the Internet in the university.


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