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The focus of this paper is to discuss the use of instructional media in teaching and learning from a Nigerian perspective. The problem with the use of instructional media has existed since the 1970s after the oil boom era. As soon as corruption and mismanagement of the oil resources became more serious, all other sectors including education were no longer properly funded or given the needed attention for national development. As a result, most lecturers and teachers in many Nigerian tertiarydoi:10.5789/6-2-114 fatcat:3u4mnpgurvgttcinswknxn4co4