This study aims to clarify the extent of Banha University benefit from the repercussions of the era of information technology, and through the study of the reality of the development of information systems and technology projects (ICTP) Benha University, as well as to identify the extent to which students' skills of information technology, which enables them to benefit from the outputs of these technological projects, so that the officials and planners for the future of the University of Banha sound decision-making and the right based on documented academic shown by the results of this study and put it in their hands information.
The study was based on field survey method, since it is the most appropriate curriculum suited to the subject of the study, it is possible through the application of data access, analysis, interpretation and exit indicators, and draw implications, helping to develop a plan for the proposed development.
This study has been joined in a series of chapters, preceded by an introduction and followed by a conclusion as follows
Chapter One: IT skills of undergraduate students: Introduction to the theory.
Chapter Two: The reality of the development of information systems and technology projects (ICTP) Benha University.
Chapter III: Use of computer and Internet skills by undergraduate students at the University of Banha
Chapter IV: Use the students' skills for the development of the outputs of information systems and technology projects (ICTP) Benha University.
Chapter Five: The program proposal for the acquisition and development of the information technology skills of undergraduate students at the University of Benha.
This study has reached a number of conclusions, including the following:
1. double the use of programs and computer applications on the part of most students study sample, where 31.7 percent indicated no use of the computer, while keen to use it in a small percentage of 42.3%, while only 26% just did not keen on the use of computers heavily.
2. Most of the study sample of students do not use the outputs of projects (ICTP) increased by 71.1% compared to 28.9 only indicated use.
3. The high level of skills of the students towards the use of services available through the portal project, where 62.9 percent indicated that they fully mastered the skills used.
4. twice the level of students' skills towards the use of the services available through the project management information systems, where 56.8 percent indicated no mastery of these skills.
5. low level of students' skills towards the use of the digital library, where 44% indicated no mastery of the skills used.
6. low level of students' skills towards the use of e-courses where it was found that 41.5% of students do not master these skills.