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The world of physical things has gradually moved or transited from the usual to the usual and from the normal to what we could term abnormal. The unique characteristics of this contemporary era is the ability to get things done in a flash. Speed has been identified to be the major feature of this contemporary era and the drive is the internet. Digitalization is a contemporary phenomenon that brings positive and negative complexities together in order to proffer a corresponding change. However, this speed of change may not be enjoyed by all and sundry if the awareness is not created, controlled and improved. The focus of this research work is to examine digitalization campaign amongst the residents of Osogbo. The study developed for testing some hypotheses and research questions. The hypotheses were tested using Chi-square statistical tool. The findings of the research proved that there should be an intense promotion of the right knowledge of digitalization.





Title page

Approval page




Table of content



1.1        Background of the study

1.2        Statement of problem

1.3        Objective of the study

1.4        Research Hypotheses

1.5        Significance of the study

1.6        Scope and limitation of the study

1.7       Definition of terms

1.8       Organization of the study




3.0        Research methodology

3.1        sources of data collection

3.3        Population of the study

3.4        Sampling and sampling distribution

3.5        Validation of research instrument

3.6        Method of data analysis



4.1    Introductions

4.2    Data analysis


5.1    Introduction

5.2    Summary

5.3    Conclusion

5.4    Recommendation
















  • Background of the study

Ones and zeros are eating the world. The creating, keeping, communicating, and consuming of information are all being digitized, turned into the universal language of computers. All types of enterprises, from small businesses to large corporations to non-profits to government agencies, are going through a “digital transformation,” turning digitization into new processes, activities, and transactions.

From the 1950s on, with a distinct bounce in the 1990s due to the advent of the Web, digitization has changed the way we work, shop, bank, travel, educate, govern, manage our health, and enjoy life. The technologies of digitization enable the conversion of traditional forms of information storage such as paper and photographs into the binary code (ones and zeros) of computer storage. A sub-set is the process of converting analog signals into digital signals. But much larger than the translation of any type of media into bits and bytes is the digital transformation of economic transactions and human interactions.

The expression of data as ones and zeros facilitates its generation, replication, compression, and dissemination; and its organization.  It also encourages the replacement or augmentation of the physical with the virtual or online presence.  Floridi (2009, 2010) argues that we are now experiencing the fourth scientific revolution. The first was of Nicolaus Copernicus (1473–1543), the first astronomer to formulate a scientifically-based heliocentric cosmology that displaced the Earth and hence humanity from the center of the universe.

The second was Charles Darwin (1809–1882), who showed that all species of life have evolved over time from common ancestors through natural selection, thus displacing humanity from the centre of Internet History Raphael Cohen-Almagor, University of Hull, UK.

The early Internet was devised and implemented in American research units, universities, and telecommunication companies that had vision and interest in cutting-edge research. The Internet then entered into the commercial phase (1984-1989). It was facilitated by the upgrading of backbone links, the writing of new software programs, and the growing number of interconnected international networks. The author examines the massive expansion of the Internet into a global network during the 1990s when business and personal computers with different operating systems joined the universal network. The instant and growing success of social networking-sites that enable Net users to share information, photos, private journals, hobbies, and personal as well as commercial interests with networks of mutual friends and colleagues is discussed. The biological kingdom.

The third was Sigmund Freud (1856–1939), who acknowledged that the mind is also unconscious and subject to the defence mechanism of repression, thus we are far from being Cartesian minds entirely transparent to ourselves. And now, in the information revolution, we are in the process of dislocation and reassessment of humanity’s fundamental nature and role in the universe.

Floridi argues that while technology keeps growing bottom-up, it is high time we start digging deeper, top-down, in order to expand and reinforce our conceptual understanding of our information age, of its nature, less visible implications and its impact on human and environmental welfare, giving ourselves a chance to anticipate difficulties, identify opportunities and resolve problems, conflicts and dilemmas.


1.2   Statement of the Problem

In dealing with the rising of the technologies, the people need to be encouraged and ready to obtain lifelong knowledge and skills in the learning environment. The understanding of the concept of digital campaigns has to go through long-term development and its current appearance is characterized by complexity and technology skills but also cognitive and attitudinal components of behavior. (Reynolds, 2008 ; Reynolds, 2016) notes that definitions of digital campaigns are often skills, and practically in uses of related technologies, thus tethering them to a given historical moment in time. The definition frequently used is a confident and important use of ICT for work, leisure, learning and communication (InfoNet, 2012; Hall, Nix & Baker, 2013).

Digital awareness is not a new strategy for a student to gain the information and knowledge needed. The capability to use the technology to allow us to right to use the materials is a key aspect of digital literacy. As a starting point, the obvious aspect of digital literacy is an internet. The internet is a no longer complementary tool but primary need in this era (Rahmah, 2015). Mastery of technology tools and digital skills becomes a barrier to entry and be a participation in online cultures and contexts. And this accessibility has extremely empowered all of us, students and non-student alike. Indirectly, digital forms of information and communication has delivering and transforming what it means to work, study, research, perhaps even to think using a technology. This study is undertaken to examine digitalization campaign amongst residents in Osogbo.

1.3   Objectives of the Study

The study has the following aims as its focus:

  1. To determine the level of digitalization awareness amongst the residents of Osogbo.
  2. To identify the social impact of digitalization in the area of study.
  3. To recommend methods for the promotion of digitalization in the study area.

1.4   Research Questions

The study seeks to provide answers to the following questions:

  1. What is the level of digital awareness amongst the residents of Osogbo?
  2. What is the social impact of digitalization in Osogbo?
  3. What are viable ways of promoting digitalization in Osogbo?

1.5   Research Hypotheses

The study formulated for testing the following hypotheses:

H0: There is a low level of digitalization amongst residents in Osogbo.

H1: There is a high level of digitalization amongst residents of Osogbo.

H20: There is no significant impact of digitalization amongst the residents of Osogbo

H21: There is a significant impact of digitalization amongst the residents of Osogbo.

1.6   Significance of the study

The study will be of advantage as it provides understanding on the level of acceptance and usage of digital tools by the residents of Osogbo. The study will also serve as a reference point for further researches in digitalization and Oshogbo and its environs.

However, the study is a contribution to academic literatures and a partial fulfilment for the award of a degree.



1.7   Scope and Limitation of the study

The study encompasses a lot of diversified literatures on digitalization, ranging from the history, advantages and disadvantages as well as its economic impacts. Also, the study is limited by location. This is because the study concentrated on Osogbo and not other parts of the state. This implies that the result from this study is limited as it may not apply to other locations.

1.8   Organization of the Study

The study is divided into five chapters. Chapter one deals with the study’s introduction and gives a background to the study. Chapter two reviews related and relevant literature. The chapter three gives the research methodology while the chapter four gives the study’s analysis and interpretation of data. The study concludes with chapter five which deals on the summary, conclusion and recommendation.



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