Every developing nation is moving away from the typical classroom teaching to the evolution of the 21st century. Most developed countries and nations have progressed beyond traditional learning methods in classrooms to virtual environment means of learning, which includes cloud-based learning. However, the same cannot be said of the academic system in institutes of higher learning in Nigeria. Based on this knowledge, this study would aim to look at the challenges faced in the adoption of cloud-based learning and teaching service delivery in institutes of higher learning in Nigeria. It will also consider the benefits and drivers for cloud-based learning in the country. This study shall be conducted using systematic reviews from relevant literature published on cloud-based learning and indexed on top rated databases like Springer, Emerald insight and Scopus. Findings from this study would show the benefits and drivers for adopting cloud-based learning and its impact on those promoting academic productivity in the country, which includes the learners in institutes of higher learning in Nigeria. Further findings from this study will highlight ways to deal with challenges observed from the adoption of cloud-based learning in institutes of higher learning in the country and how governmental support can aid in using cloud-based learning to improve the quality of education delivered in institutes of higher learning in Nigeria as benefited by developed nations across the world.
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