Reengineering the ASSURE Model to curbing problems of technology integration in Nigerian learning institutions
This article focused on reengineering the ASSURE Model in order to combat inadequacies of implementing the ASSURE Model in Nigerian learning institutions. Much emphasis was on physical problems militating against successful implementation of the model in Nigeria. These problems were thoroughly discussed by the author who later coined his own model out of the model for further experimentation in order to correct identified educational deficiencies and for the creation of a document that could be used as a blueprint.
Published: 9 June 2018
Citation: Research in Learning Technology 2018, 26: 1999 - http://dx.doi.org/10.25304/rlt.v26.1999
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