INSTITUTIONAL WEBSITE EVALUATION USING A TEST-BASED TECHNIQUE
This research was carried out to evaluate the impact of level of study, level of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)knowledge/skill, and gender on the usability and students’ frequency of visit to their university website. Questionnaires tool was used to elicit student responses. The descriptive survey design
was adopted for the study. A validated questionnaire was used for the data collection. from five universities (public and private) in the south-south geopolitical region of Nigeria particularly, Edo and Delta States. The quantitative statistics of frequency count, percentage and mean were used while the inferential statistics was applied to evaluate the significance of the hypotheses. Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) was the technique of estimation while Fstatistic was used to test the significance of the hypotheses at 0.05 level of significance. The results revealed that while the level of study, level of ICT knowledge/skills had significant impact on the usability and frequency of students visit to their university website, Gender on the other hand, does not impact usability and frequency of
students visit to their university website.