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“E-Learning Management System”

QUESTIONNAIRE

Part I

Profile of Respondents

Full Name(optional): ___________________________

Age : ___________________________

Gender : ___________________________

Civil Status : ___________________________

Highest Educational Attainment:

__________________________________________

Major/Area of Specialization:

__________________________________________

Position : ___________________________

Status : ___________________________

Years of Teaching Experience : _____________


PART II

What is the Perception of the Respondents towards Online Learning?

Instruction: Please rate the statement below according to the scale provided.

Please check within the box that corresponds to your answer.

5 = Strongly Agree 4 =Agree 3 = Undecided 2 = Disagree 1 = Strongly Disagree

5 4 3 2 1
1. In online learning, programmes have a
global target audience as people from all
walks of life can learn at their own pace
and their own place; this allows
professionals to place learning around their
busy schedule.
2. Online learning can help students that
are globally dispersed to view the lectures
from faculty and subject experts in real-
time.
3. Internet technology is easy to access.
4. The use of this technology will enhance
the ability to learn and improve the
productivity of the student.
5. Participating in the online sessions on
your own will allow you to concentrate
better.
6. In online learning, students can ask
any number of questions. As faculty is not
physically present, the students can easily
post their queries without any hesitation.
7. Participating in discussion is more
freely in the virtual classroom than in the
traditional lecture.
8. Web-based learning makes learning
interesting and engaging because of
graphics, pictures, animations and visuals.
This leads to significantly higher retention
level among the students.
9. Online learning environment is more
conducive to learning than the traditional
classroom.
10. In online learning, the school will
improve the quality in educational process.
PART III

How would the Administration and Instructor Assess the need for E-
learning in terms of the following?

A. Technical Factors

Instruction: Please rate the statement below according to the scale provided. Please
check within the box that corresponds to your answer.

5 = Strongly Agree 4 =Agree 3 = Undecided 2 = Disagree 1 = Strongly Disagree

5 4 3 2 1
1. There is sufficient bandwidth to
implement and sustain eLearning.
2. There are sufficient accessible
computers available to implement and
sustain eLearning.
3. E-Learners and eTeachers are able to
access appropriate resources.

B. Academic Factors

5 4 3 2 1
1. The eLearning course was designed
and structured to meet the aims, objectives
and the general requirements of the
course.
2. The eLearning resource materials are
adequate to sustain learning.
3. The eLearning enhance course
delivery.
C. E-learner Factors

5 4 3 2 1
1. The eLearners know they are ready to
embark on eLearning course.
2. E-Learners must need personal skills
and competence to enable them to
successfully participate in the eLearning
course.
3. All eLearners must know and
understand what they are required to do to
gain maximum benefit from the course so
as to meet the course eLearning
requirements.

D. Program Cost and Training Delivery

5 4 3 2 1
1. Development costs. The cost of
developing training in online learning will
vary depending on the intricacy of the
instructional materials. If course material is
designed internally, it can be developed
quicker than by an external contractor.
2. Preparation time and post-class
activity: An e-learning course does not
require preparation time which includes
setting-up the room and getting materials
ready for the class and post-class activity
which includes clean-up of the room and
reviewing participant evaluations, which is
a cost savings.
3. Material cost: E-learning does not
require a materials cost such as
duplicating, printing, collating, binding, and
storage which is a cost savings and a time
saver for the instructor.
4. Instructor travel costs: Travel costs
are not required for E-learning courses
because training can be anywhere and
anyplace.
5. Learner’s opportunity costs: A
learner will need only half the time to cover
the same material in an online class as
they would in an instructor-led class.
Because e-learning usually occurs at the
employee’s desk, there is little or no
interference time before and after class.
6. Physical classroom: E-learning
does not require plenty of classrooms.
7. Consistency: In e-learning,
message can be delivered consistently to
the students.
8. Timeliness. E-learning can be
delivered anytime it is convenient for the
learner.
9. Velocity: E-learning has a speed to
developed and delivered because training
can occur at any specific location or
locations.
10. Ease of updating: Because e-
learning material typically is delivered from
a central database, it enjoys the flexibility
of being easily updated. New material can
be added, old material can be updated,
and mistakes corrected in a single location.
PART IV

How would the Respondents Evaluate the Importance of E-learning in


terms of Teaching and Learning?

Instruction: Please rate the statement below according to the scale provided. Please
check within the box that corresponds to your answer.

5 = Very Satisfied 4 = Satisfied 3 = Somewhat Satisfied 2 = Somewhat Dissatisfied


1 = Very Dissatisfied

5 4 3 2 1

1. All students and teachers will have


access to advanced information
technology in their classrooms,
schools, communities and homes.

2. All teachers will use technology


effectively to help students achieve
high academic standards.

3. All students will have technology


and information literacy skills.

4. Research and evaluation will


improve the next generation of
technology applications for teaching
and learning.

5. Digital content and networked


applications will transform teaching and
learning.
PART V

How would the respondents assess the differences between the Traditional
Learning and the Online Learning?

Instruction: Please rate the statement below according to the scale provided. Please
check within the box that corresponds to your answer.

5 = Excellent 4 =Good 3 = Satisfactory 2 = Fair 1 = Poor

Online Learning Traditional Learning

5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1

1. Course
development.

2. Instructional
efficiency.
3. Cost savings
such as the material cost
and travel expenses.
4. Accuracy in
assessing the students.

5. Reduction of
travel time and energy.
6. Improving the
skills/knowledge of the
students.
7. Students’
willingness to engage in
learning.
8. Students’ quick
understanding in the
discussed lesson.
9. Easiness in
delivering the course
content at the same time
by a large volume of
students.
10. Better
outcomes in terms of
learning and knowledge
retention.
PART VI

How would the Respondents Assess the Efficiency and Effectiveness of


the Proposed System in Learning Process?

Instruction: Please rate the statement below according to the scale provided. Please
check within the box that corresponds to your answer.

5 = Excellent 4 =Good 3 = Satisfactory 2 = Fair 1 = Poor

5 4 3 2 1

1. Enables the conduct education


anywhere, anytime and to anyone

2. Facilitates self-paced learning

3. Better Learning Outcomes

4. Better Access

5. Cost Savings

6. Extensive Use of Latest technologies

7. Lectures/Chat sessions can be


reviewed multiple times.
Respondents’ Perception towards Online Learning.

5 4 3 2 1 Total WX
1. In online learning,
programmes have a
global target audience as
people from all walks of
life can learn at their own 14 6 20 4.7
pace and their own place;
this allows professionals
to place learning around
their busy schedule.
2. Online learning can help
students that are globally
dispersed to view the
17 3 20 4.85
lectures from faculty and
subject experts in real-
time.
3. Internet technology is 20 20 5.0
easy to access.
4. The use of this technology
will enhance the ability to
19 1 20 4.94
learn and improve the
productivity of the student.
5. Participating in the online
sessions on your own will
18 2 20 4.9
allow you to concentrate
better.
6. In online learning,
students can ask any
number of questions. As
faculty is not physically 20 20 5.0
present, the students can
easily post their queries
without any hesitation.
7. Participating in discussion
is more freely in the virtual
13 7 20 4.65
classroom than in the
traditional lecture.
8. Web-based learning
makes learning interesting
and engaging because of
graphics, pictures,
15 5 20 4.75
animations and visuals.
This leads to significantly
higher retention level
among the students.
9. Online learning 14 6 20 4.7
environment is more
conducive to learning than
the traditional classroom.
10. In online learning, the
school will improve the
20 20 5.0
quality in educational
process.
Evaluation of the Administration & Instructors towards the Need for E-
learning in terms of Technical factors, Academic factors, E-Learner’s
Factors, Program Cost and Training Delivery.

A. Technical Factors

5 4 3 2 1 Total WX
1. There is sufficient
bandwidth to implement and 3 5 8 4.38
sustain eLearning.
2. There are sufficient
accessible computers
8 8 5.0
available to implement and
sustain eLearning.
3. E-Learners and
eTeachers are able to
4 4 8 4.5
access appropriate
resources.

B. Academic Factors

5 4 3 2 1 Total WX
1. The eLearning course
was designed and
structured to meet the aims, 7 1 8 4.88
objectives and the general
requirements of the course.
2. The eLearning resource
materials are adequate to 8 8 5.0
sustain learning.
3. The eLearning enhance
4 4 8 4.5
course delivery.
C. E-Learner’s Factors

5 4 3 2 1 Total WX
1. The eLearners know
they are ready to embark 1 7 8 4.13
on eLearning course.
2. E-Learners must need
personal skills and
competence to enable them 7 1 8 4.88
to successfully participate
in the eLearning course.
3. All eLearners must
know and understand what
they are required to do to
gain maximum benefit from 2 6 8 4.25
the course so as to meet
the course eLearning
requirements.

D. Program Cost and Training Delivery

5 4 3 2 1 Total WX
1. Development costs. The
cost of developing training
in online learning will vary
depending on the intricacy
of the instructional 8 8 5.0
materials. If course material
is designed internally, it can
be developed quicker than
by an external contractor.
2. Preparation time and
post-class activity: An e-
learning course does not
require preparation time
which includes setting-up
the room and getting
7 1 8 4.88
materials ready for the
class and post-class activity
which includes clean-up of
the room and reviewing
participant evaluations,
which is a cost savings.
3. Material cost: E-learning 8 8 5.0
does not require a materials
cost such as duplicating,
printing, collating, binding,
and storage which is a cost
savings and a time saver
for the instructor.
4. Instructor travel costs:
Travel costs are not
required for E-learning
8 8 5.0
courses because training
can be anywhere and
anyplace.
5. Learner’s opportunity
costs: A learner will
need only half the time to
cover the same material in
an online class as they
would in an instructor-led 4 4 8 4.5
class. Because e-learning
usually occurs at the
employee’s desk, there is
little or no interference time
before and after class.
6. Physical classroom: E-
learning does not require 8 8 5.0
plenty of classrooms.
7. Consistency: In e-
learning, message can be
2 6 8 4.25
delivered consistently to the
students.
8. Timeliness. E-learning
can be delivered anytime it
4 4 8 4.5
is convenient for the
learner.
9. Velocity: E-learning has
a speed to developed and
delivered because training 8 8 5.0
can occur at any specific
location or locations.
10. Ease of updating:
Because e-learning
material typically is
delivered from a central
database, it enjoys the
flexibility of being easily 7 1 8 4.88
updated. New material can
be added, old material can
be updated, and mistakes
corrected in a single
location.
Evaluation of the Respondents towards the Importance of E-learning in
terms of Teaching and Learning.

5 4 3 2 1 Total WX

1. All students and


teachers will have access
to advanced information 16 4 20 4.8
technology in their
classrooms, schools,
communities and homes.
2. All teachers will use
technology effectively to
help students achieve 15 5 1 20 4.75
high academic
standards.
3. All students will have
technology and 19 1 20 4.95
information literacy skills.
4. Research and
evaluation will improve
the next generation of 12 8 20 4.6
technology applications
for teaching and learning.
5. Digital content and
networked applications
13 7 20 4.65
will transform teaching
and learning.
Assessment of Respondents towards the Differences between the
Traditional and Online Learning.

Online Learning Traditional Learning

5 4 3 2 1 Total WX 5 4 3 2 1 Total WX

1. Course
developm 9 9 2 20 4.8 6 2 12 20 2.7
ent.
2. Instructio
nal
15 5 20 4.75 2 15 3 20 2.95
efficiency
.
3. Cost
savings
such as
the
material 20 20 5.0 16 4 20 1.8
cost and
travel
expenses
.
4. Accuracy
in
assessin 14 4 2 20 4.6 4 16 20 2.2
g the
students.
5. Reductio
n of travel 18 2 20 4.9 3 17 20 1.15
time and
energy.
6. Improving
the
skills/kno
9 11 20 4.45 3 3 14 20 2.45
wledge of
the
students.
7. Students’
willingnes
s to 13 5 2 20 4.55 4 6 10 20 2.07
engage in
learning.
8. Student’s 8 11 1 20 4.35 2 9 9 20 1.65
quick
understa
nding in
the
discusse
d lesson.
9. Easiness
in
delivering
the
course
content at 18 2 20 4.9 4 16 20 1.2
the same
time by a
large
volume of
students.
10. Better
outcomes
in terms
of
learning 18 2 20 4.9 15 5 20 1.75
and
knowledg
e
retention.
Respondents’ Assessment towards the Efficiency and Effectiveness of the
Proposed System in Learning Process.

5 4 3 2 1 Total WX

1. Enables the conduct of


18 2 20 4.9
education anywhere, anytime
and to anyone

2. Facilitates self paced 20 20 5.0


learning
13 7 20 4.65
3. Better Learning Outcomes
17 3 20 4.85
4. Better Access
15 5 20 4.75
5. Cost Savings

6. Extensive Use of Latest 20 20 5.0


technologies

7. Lectures/Chat sessions
19 1 20 4.95
can be reviewed multiple
times.