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Su, B. (2009). Effective technology integration: Old topic, new thoughts. International Journal of Education and Development Using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT), 5, 161-171.

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  • TITLE: Age and Gender’s Association with Information & Communication Technology (ICT) Usage into Educational Institutions of Pakistan

    AUTHORS: Adnan Adil, Muhammad Masood, Matloob Ahmed

    KEYWORDS: ICT, Education; Age; Gender

    JOURNAL NAME: Sociology Mind, Vol.3 No.4, October 28, 2013

    ABSTRACT: Information & Communication Technology (ICT) usage in Pakistan is growing trend. However, while there is expanded concern of knowledge about how ICT is in usage in low income countries, there is information lacking on how ICT is used by the university teachers in low income countries. This research studied perception of university teachers about use of ICT, in Pakistani universities. The research through purposive sampling was drawn on 57 teachers, belonging to the public sector universities of Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. This survey consisted of 29 males and 28 females. Their ages vary from 26 to 50 years. Open-ended questionnaire was used for this survey. It also showed that respondents have availability of internet at office. The association between different variables was calculated from chi-square test, and the strength of association was measured by gamma. The result showed the moderate negative association between level of age and quantity of daily time spent on computer. It also showed that no association exists between category of teacher’s gender and quantity of daily time spent on computer. For enhancement of ICT integration into education, it was recommended that teachers must have access to infrastructure relating ICT and there should be provision of sufficient training to teachers.