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. 2018 Mar 12;18:399-403.
doi: 10.1016/j.dib.2018.03.025. eCollection 2018 Jun.

Data Set on the Effect of Training and Development on Creativity of Academic Staff in a Selected Nigerian University

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Data Set on the Effect of Training and Development on Creativity of Academic Staff in a Selected Nigerian University

Maxwell Olokundun et al. Data Brief. .
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Abstract

This article presented data on the effect of training and development on academic staff creativity using Covenant University in Nigeria as the case study. The article was a based on a descriptive quantitative research design using Survey method. The population of the study included all academic staff in the selected university with a total of 535 faculties. A sample size of 226 faculties was selected. Reliability and validity procedures were confirmed. Data was analyzed with the use of Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS).Regression analysis was employed as statistical tool of analysis. The field data set is made publicly available to enable critical or extended analysis.

Keywords: Academic staff, Nigeria; Creativity; Training and development.

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