The promise and realities of web-based applications in the Nigerian Educational Industry

  • O.C. Nkweke
  • A. Fraser Egba


This paper focused on the Promises and Realities of Web-based Applications in Instructional Development in Nigeria Educational Industry. It stems from  the fact that we are now in the jet age, and of course information and communication technology era when varieties of instructional approaches are  available for school teachers to explore and judiciously utilize during instructional development and result preparation. Modern school libraries have  print and non-print media resources which houses various information for users to access for various purposes, including computer-related information.  This article addressed the need for teachers and students to explore the advantages of Web-based technologies and make them workable in facilitating  teaching and learning encounters including result management and recommends adequate use of web-based designed courseware for teaching and  learning, especially the science-based subjects.


Journal Identifiers

eISSN: 2971-6632