Conception of Electricity as Determinant of Podcast Adoption in Nigeria Educational Systems

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International Journal of Computer & Organization Trends  (IJCOT)          
 
© 2019 by IJCOT Journal
Volume - 9 Issue - 5
Year of Publication : 2019
Authors : Adu Emmanuel Ifedayo, Azidah Abu Ziden, Aziah Binti Ismail
DOI : 10.14445/22492593/IJCOT-V9I5P303

Citation

MLA Style:Adu Emmanuel Ifedayo, Azidah Abu Ziden, Aziah Binti Ismail "Conception of Electricity as Determinant of Podcast Adoption in Nigeria Educational Systems" International Journal of Computer and Organization Trends 9.5 (2019): 10-12.

APA Style:Adu Emmanuel Ifedayo, Azidah Abu Ziden, Aziah Binti Ismail. Conception of Electricity as Determinant of Podcast Adoption in Nigeria Educational Systems. International Journal of Computer and Organization Trends, 9(5), 10-12.

Abstract

This research conceptualises ideas on electricity as a determinant of podcast adoption in Nigeria educational system. Although, the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) is making efforts towards the improvement of electricity in Nigeria educational system. Notwithstanding, presently electricity outage is still frequent within Nigeria educational system. This implies that more effort is required towards the improvement of electricity. This research conceptualises some of the issues militating against electricity. The conceptual approach was necessary to theoretically demonstrate how electricity is a determinant of podcast adoption in Nigeria educational system. Hence, the researchers’ adopted and adapted a theory of electricity transmission from a developed country to adequately conceptualise electricity as a determinant of podcast adoption. Thus,relevant conclusion and recommendation were made based on this study findings.

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Keywords
Electricity, Determinant, Podcast, Nigeria, Educational.