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LEVEL OF SATISFACTION OF THE 2ND YEAR STUDENTS OF COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND ACCOUNTANCY ON THE INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA CENTER

OF THE UNIVERSITY OF SAN AGUSTIN

Partial Fulfillment of the Course Requirements in STAT 221

Presented to: Mr. Alfonzo Marquelencia Professor, STAT 121

Presented by: Ordaniel, Christine Joy Tacorda, Mary Rose Simora, Michelle BSAcT 2-3 March 2012

An effective school facility is responsive to the changing programs of educational delivery, and at a minimum provided a physical environment that was comfortable, safe, secured, accessible, well-illuminated,

well-ventilated, and aesthetically pleasing. The school facilities consists of not only the physical structure and the variety of building systems, such as mechanical, plumbing, electrical and power, telecommunications,

security, and fire suppression systems. The facility also included furnishing, materials and supplies, equipment and information technology, as well as various aspects of the building grounds, namely, athletics fields, playgrounds, , areas of

outdoor learning, and vehicular access and parking. (Bittle, 1996). The Instructional Media Center (IMC) is a solutionbased, instructional support service that adheres to instructional design philosophy and practice to:

a.) assist faculty, staff, or students to integrate instructional technology and related materials into the teaching and learning process, b) provide sophisticated video, web-based and related production capabilities to

fulfill many campus needs, c.)designed, implemented and maintained technology-based instructional delivery systems, and d.) assist in the design, construction oversight and management of classrooms presentation technologies.

One of the most important school facilities was the IMC because it was one of the sources of knowledge of the students. It was easy for student to watch a movie that was related to

their subject. Instructional Media Center helped the student to have better and comfortable learning. It gave students more information and assistance for the learning. With the advance technology provided by the IMC, students

have found it easier to learn. It was in this regard why this study was conducted. The researchers were the students of the University of San Agustin wanted to know the students feedback on the additional Instructional Media Center.

Furthermore, the researchers wanted to determine if the additional Instructional Media Center of the University of San Agustin are capable and effective enough to satisfy the needs of the students. As the students of this school,

College of Business Administration and Accountancy, we wanted to be aware of how the IMC maintained and developed the facilities. The purpose of this study was to know if it is has a greater effect especially on the operation of the IMC in

the future. First, we chose to study the IMC for the fact that it has installed additional media center and in connection with that, we wanted to know nd year how satisfied was the 2 students and how they assessed it. nd year Second, we chose the 2

students as our respondents because they are the one who saw the transition of the IMC venues. Lastly, most of the successful businesses nowadays used modernized technology and influenced by media and the ideas that was gathered may help us in our future business.

Statement of the Problem

This study aim to determine the level of satisfaction of the 2nd year College of Business Administration and Accountancy students on the Instructional Media Center of the University of San Agustin. Specifically, this study sought answered the

following questions: 1. What was the level of satisfaction of the 2nd Year College of Business Administration and Accountancy students on the Instructional Media Center of the University of San Agustin in terms of

equipment, services and location when respondents are taken as a whole and grouped according to sex and academic program? 2. Was there a significant in difference in the level of nd year satisfaction of the 2

College of Business Administration and Accountancy students on the Instructional Media Center of the University of San Agustin in terms of: a. Equipment b. Services c. Location

When the respondents are taken as a whole and grouped according to: a. Sex b. Academic program

a.
b. c.

Description Data Analysis Frequency Percentage Mean Inferential Data Analysis T-test One-way ANOVA

a. b.

Frequency

sex

academic program

equipment

Services

location

Valid

43

43

43

43

43

Missing

Mean

2.1302

2.1302

2.1302

2.1581

2.1535

Frequency Table

Sex

Frequency

Percent

Valid Percent Cumulative Percent

Valid

male

13

30.2

30.2

30.2

female

30

69.8

69.8

100.0

Total

43

100.0

100.0

Academic Program

Frequency

Percent

Valid Percent

Cumulative Percent

Valid

accountancy

16.3

32.0

32.0

accounting technology

22

51.2

51.2

67.4

marketing management

14

32.6

32.6

Total

43

100.0

100.0

100.0

When the respondents are grouped according to academic program, the results of ANOVA revealed that there is no F-value and Significant value in terms of equipment, services and location.

ANOVA
Academic Program
Sum of Squares equipment Between Groups Within Groups .868 8.563 df 2 40 Mean Square .434 .214 F 2.026 Sig. .145 Remarks not significant

Total
services Between Groups Within Groups Total location Between Groups

9.431
.277 70768 8.045 .403

42
2 40 42 2 .201 1.074 .351 not significant .138 .194 .712 .497 not significant

Within Groups
Total

70504
7.907

40
42

.188

When the respondents are grouped according to academic program, the results of ANOVA revealed that the Fvalue in terms of equipment, services and location are the same with the value of 0.712 and the significant value are 0.497 which is greater than 0.05. Therefore, the remarks is not significant.

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