Health Information Technology instruction In Achieving Successful Sex Education Among Undergraduates In Ogu state Nigeria

  • A.O Adeogun
  • M.O Bello
  • O. kayode
Keywords: Health information technology, sex education and undergraduate.


The study empirically determined health information technology instruction in achieving successful sex education among undergraduate students in Ogun State, Nigeria. To guide the study, three (3) research hypotheses were posed. The hypotheses were based on the following variables: uses of handset, uses of facebook and whatsapp were tested.The descriptive research design was adopted for the study. The population for the study comprised all undergraduate students in Ogun State. A sample size of one hundred and twenty (120)respondents was drawn from two samples stateuniversities, using simple random sampling technique. Questionnaire was used for data collection. Reliability coefficient of 0.75 was obtained for the instrument using Cronbach’s alpha coefficient (r). The inferential statistics of results showed that all the variables have contributory effects on achieving successful sex education among undergraduates in Ogun state Nigeria. Based on the findings, it was therefore recommended that; parent should monitor and censor what their children do with their handset, check their message inbox and sent messages