HomeAsia Pacific Journal of Multidisciplinary Researchvol. 2 no. 1 (2014)

One Click: The CECS Students’ Assistant Tools

Maria Cloudette B. Inciong | Christian M. Mejia | Jumar D. Dimaala

Discipline: Information Technology




This study is pursued because the researchers believe that the design project is more convenient to use in a group discussion as students are expected to gain more knowledge during peer to peer discussion. Through this study, some issues in the traditional way of teaching will be resolve like the time consuming in checking of attendance, quizzes dictation, paying of test papers and the fear of students to participate in recitation

The researchers used Prototyping model as procedural method for the successful development and implementation of the hardware and software. This method has five phases which include: quick plan, quick design, prototype construction, delivery and feedback and communication. This study was evaluated by the CECS Students and the assessment of the respondent regarding the software and hardware application was measured in different levels of acceptability such as Accuracy, Adaptability, Effectiveness, Efficiency, Interactive, Portability, Reliability, Security and User-friendliness. The overall acceptability of the traditional way of teaching as evaluated by the respondents is satisfactory. With regard to the evaluation of One Click: The CECS Students’ Assistant Tool, the overall acceptability is excellent. Through evaluation, the researchers had determined that there is a significant difference between the levels of acceptability of the traditional way of teaching and the “One Click: The CECS Students’ Assistant Tool” in terms of the given set of criteria. The recommendations of the researchers in the design project are as follows: enhance the system where the users/students can go back and answer the previous questions and add an interface where user/instructor can delete files.