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Despite the belief that Information and Communication Technology (ICT) integration makes impact on the entire educational system, studies directed to ICT in schools have placed too much emphasis on the variables at class level neglecting other areas which ICT are applied. In order to have distributed literature the present paper examines ICT incorporation from the administration perspective. Specifically, the paper reviewed and expatiate literature on ICT in Technical Education which specifically covers an overview of ICT application in Technical Education.

ICT, Technical Education, educational system, integration, literature, application, administration, perspective

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MAFE ADEBIYI BABAFEMI, INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) IN TECHNICAL EDUCATION. , SCIREA Journal of Information Science and Systems Science. Volume 1, Issue 1, October 2016 | PP. 25-33.


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