Assesment of Computer Laboratory

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Submitted to the Faculty

of the College of Business and Accountancy

Notre Dame University

In Partial Fulfillment

of the Requirements in

Mrk 113

Reyuard B. Jose

John Erwin C. Tan

Joan Ruth O. Peña

Mayferose L. Montalbo

Cotabato City

May 2011

Statement of the Problem

The study will determine the efficiency of services of the Computer Laboratory at

NDU. Specifically, it seeks to answer the following question:

1. What is the profile of the respondents in terms of:

1. Age
2. Sex
3. Year level
4. Degree Program
2. Are the services of the NDU Computer Lab efficient?
3. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the NDU Computer Lab?

Significance of the Study

The real objective of the study is to bring out the real scenario of the Computer Lab in NDU. The result of the study will serve as valuable data for the faculty and administration of the NDU to implement the effectively and efficiently using of the Computer Lab. This will also serve as a guide for the respondents to see the effect of uses of the computer Lab to their academic performance.

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Scope and Limitation

This paper limits its study on NDU Students. Selected Student will evaluate on their frequently using of Computer Lab. The researchers limit themselves to the Student of NDU so that it would be doable and uncomplicated.

The thought of this paper extends only to the horizon of NDU Students.

Definition of Terms

1.) NDU-namely as Notre Dame University located in Cotabato City owned by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate. 2.) Computer Lab/Complab-one of the facilities found in NDU where computers are use for academic performances. 3.) Lab-shorter term for Laboratory

4.) Efficiency- skilled and competent.
5.) Installation- setting up programs to be use.
6.) Software- s a collection of computer programs and related data that provide the instructions telling a computer what to do and how to do it.

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This research would not been completed without the help and support of several people. We would like to gratefully acknowledge the enthusiastic supervision of our adviser Prof. Apollo Vallensoy. We thank him for the time and patience he gave us every time we need assistance.

We thanks also Mr. Alvin T. Uy the instructor ,for accommodating us to and give his time to interview him about the computer lab of NDU.
We extend our gratitude to our defense panelist namely, Prof. Castillon, and Prof. Ronald G. Mamaril for their constructive criticism and suggestion for the improvement of our research.
Appreciation is also given to our students respondents, who shared their thoughts on their perception on the assessment of the computer lab of NDU. And most of all to the Lord God, thank you for answering our prayers. CHAPTER I

Background of the Study

Everyone lives in a society dependent on technology at work, home, and schools, but students are not able to access this technology on a continuous basis. Computers are significant to education because they make us reconsider how student learn, how they inspired, and what useful information is. Classrooms with computer have become important part of the curriculum and need to be use daily. Building computer laboratories and putting computers right in the classroom help with daily used, help with future preparation, and benefits learning in students and teachers. Computer labs are found in many schools, a room with around of twenty of more computers used by each person in the school. A computer lab may be the only way to watch over a group of students at one time but the use of computer labs are hard to come by when you need it. Labs are use by managing a schedule.

With this perception, the question is, does the NDU computer laboratory efficiently do their...
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