Attitudes of American students and faculty towards the ICISS:

Sub Title: implications to technology-based science education in the Philippines

Author: Remorin, P

Accession Number: 484D

Class No: 507

Author No: R288

Copyright Year: 1991

Abstract:

This study looked into the attitudes towards the Integrated Comprehensive Instructional Support System (ICISS), a computerized instructional support software, of randomly selected 39 college faculty and 255 student users from 30 colleges/universities across the United States in terms of the program's usefulness defined in 50 criterion statements grouped as to the dimensions of effectiveness and appropriateness. The study further ascertained the influence course type, gender, ethnic group, academic achievement, and fequency of ICISS use among the students to their attitude towards the program. The association of course type, gender, ethnic group, academic rank, previous computer experience, and level of ICISS implementation among the faculty to their attitude towards the ICISS was likewise surveyed. The descriptive-correlational method of investigation was used in the attempt to find out whether certain differences and correlations existed among the data gathered for the study. Responses to Likert-scale researchers - made questionna


Keywords: American students, Technology-based science education

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