Acceptability of Unified ICT-based Assessment System for IT Subjects among BS Computer Science Students at Capiz State University Pontevedra Campus

Virginia G. Figueroa, Shawn A. Dacles


This study was conducted from June 2017 to June 2018 in Capiz State University – Pontevedra Capiz. It aimed to develop, design, and determine the acceptability level of the Unified ICT-based Assessment System for IT Subjects at the Campus by the targeted users when grouped as a whole. The Iterative Model of System Development Life Cycle was used in developing and designing the system and descriptive design in gathering information for its acceptability to 89 BS Computer Science students using purposive sampling. An adapted instrument was used to gather the necessary data in this study. The criteria are as follows: a) appearance, feature, and visual quality; b) user interface, simplicity, and intuitiveness; c) ease of use and learning curve; d) user guidance, and e) assessment of software usability and satisfaction. The acceptability of the software in terms of appearance; user interface; ease of use; user guidance; and usability obtained the grand mean of 4.33, 4.24, 4.34, 4.19, and 4.43 respectively while the overall acceptability of the system was 4.31. The results indicate that the software was acceptable among the respondents using the range of 1.0 to 5.0, with 5.0 as highly accepted. This indicates that they are interested in using the software as part of their everyday activities in school.


Assessment, ICT-based, Information Technology, test bank,

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