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Information and communication technology skills possessed by office technology and management students
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This project looks at Information and communication technology skills possessed by office technology and management students in Kogi State Polytechnic. The purpose of this study is to determine if electronic office skills possessed by office technology and management students are adequate for effective performance in organizations. The population of the study consists of students in office technology and management department in Kogi State Polytechnic Lokoja. The main instrument used to collect data was the questionnaires which were personally administered. Findings revealed that keyboard operating skills, internet resources skills, data/word processing skills, electronic office communication skills, reprographic/micrographic skills are very necessary by secretaries in the information and communication technology era for effective performance. Based on the findings of this study, the following recommendations were made: All office technology and management students should have internet resource skills, adequate knowledge of all the keys on a computer keyboard, their uses, how to operate them, and when to use them in order to meet the requirement of any given job in an office.