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This study examined university lecturers’ readiness and motivation towards utilising online technologies for instructional delivery in Kwara State, Nigeria. The study adopted a survey research design. A total of 254 lecturers from three universities within Kwara State, Nigeria represent the sample for the study. Four research questions were raised to guide the study. The results reveal that lecturers do access to online technologies; however, at a relatively low extent. There is no difference between male and female lecturers’ readiness to use online technologies for instructional delivery. Based on the findings, it was concluded that university lecturers in Kwara State were relatively ready and highly motivated to utilise online technologies for instructional delivery. The implication of the study is that online technologies could be easily integrated into education with ease. It was recommended that lecturers should develop more interest in online technologies and find more ways to incorporate online technologies into teaching and learning.
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