JASIC Volume. 1, Issue 2 (2020)


Balogun Oluwatobi, Omotosho Daniel Omotade


e-Learning Ethical Integrity COVID 19 Assessment

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Students’ Perceived Ethical integrity and quality issues with E-learning in Nigerian Tertiary Education


Our society is witnessing a dramatic change which is also significantly impacting both our social and economic spheres of life, most especially the education sector. The current Covid-19 pandemic has imposed a change in the way curriculum-based education is currently been run. Citadels of learning, the world over have been forced to either adapt or wait out the storm. Most institutions have however chosen the former option by switching all academic activities to online platforms. This has fundamentally challenged the way learning and education are being delivered in a disruptive manner. This study, therefore, seeks to gain an insight into the perception of third and final year undergraduates students in Nigerian universities, on the overall impact of the change from traditional learning to e-learning. Data was gathered via questioners and analyzed. The result shows that the online mode of learning has indeed had a marginal impact on the overall ethical integrity concerning the dissemination of course contents.