Iorlaha John Daagu (PhD), Dese-Tere Shadrach Daagu, Terngu Desenenge, Emmanuel Egahi, Rev. Matthew Uwalaka (PhD)


This study investigated E-learning (distance education) and educational accomplishment of College of Education, Katsina-Ala students from crises-ravaged areas of Katsina-Ala local government area of Benue State. The purpose of the study was to find out the influence of E-learning on access to education as well as educational accomplishment of students from crises-ravaged areas of the local government area. Two research questions were raised and two hypotheses formulated for the study. Descriptive survey research design was adopted for the study. The population for the study comprised 2,367 NCE 1-3 students of College of Education, Katsina-Ala who were from the crises-ravaged areas in the local government area. A sample of 237 was drawn through simple random sampling. A questionnaire titled ‘E-learning and Educational Accomplishment from Crises-Ravaged Areas Questionnaire, EEACRAQ was used for data collection. Collected data were analyzed using Mean Scores and Standard Deviation to answer the research questions while Chi-square was used to test the hypotheses. The study found out that E-learning positively influenced educational accomplishment of students of College of Education, Katsina-Ala from crises-ravaged areas. The study recommended that management of the institution, government, parents and other stakeholders in education should assist in providing E-learning (Distance Education) approaches to the institution to facilitate educational accomplishment of students from crises-ravaged areas of the local government area.


E-learning, Influence, Educational Accomplishment, College of Education, Katsina-Ala, Crises-Ravaged Areas.

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