This paper presents the use of ICT as a tool for improving teaching and learning in the polytechnics of Ghana. It looks at the need for polytechnics to ‘catch up’ with the global trends in ICT deployment, utilization and exploitation in support of its academic activities. The paper also looks at the present state of ICT use in polytechnics in relation to initiatives, projects, opportunities, challenges, players and stakeholders’ roles and finally what the implications are to policy makers, management, teachers and learners within the polytechnic environment.
|Title of host publication||Trends in Polytechnic Education in Ghana|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|