Analysis of College of Information and Communications Technology Extension Services Effectiveness on G-Suite Webinars

  • Rosemarie M. Bautista College of Information and Communications Technology, Bulacan State University, Philippines
Keywords: t-test, descriptive analytics, webinar, impact analysis, extension services

Abstract

This study evaluates the G-Suite webinar's impact on participants' skills and personalities. The study utilized the respondents' answers in the Google form sent by the extension committee to the provided email addresses of the participants in the second quarter of 2021. The researcher performed descriptive analytics that describe the demographic attributes of those who participated in the webinar and respondents in the administered questionnaire. The Paired sample t-test was used to compare the respondents' improvement in terms of their attitude, confidence, and goal orientation toward online classes before and after participating in the webinar training. The result showed a mean difference of 2.42 in respondents' attitudes, 2.56 in respondents' confidence, and 2.10 in respondents' goal orientation toward online classes before and after the webinar. In addition, a p-value of 0.001 was obtained for all the criteria mentioned earlier, which indicates that the obtained mean difference is real and statistically significant. The study also utilized qualitative content analysis to determine the tangible effects of the training on the respondents. Improved teaching strategies and opportunities to help co-workers or colleagues are among the top answers provided by the respondents. In general, the webinars conducted do not only benefit the educators; the indirect beneficiaries of the training are their students and colleagues.

Published
2023-01-01
How to Cite
BautistaR. (2023, January 1). Analysis of College of Information and Communications Technology Extension Services Effectiveness on G-Suite Webinars. Puissant, 4, 928-938. Retrieved from //puissant.stepacademic.net/puissant/article/view/210
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