Registrar's Data Management System's Effectiveness and Students' Satisfaction Towards the Development of an Intervention Program
Keywords:registrar, data management system, effectiveness, students' satisfaction, intervention program
One of the tools used by school faculties to collect student data on the elements of enrollees and document each student's progress each school year is the registrar. More educational institutions are digitizing paper student records so that registrars can maintain a wealth of data gathered in one place. These deployments have used both internal and external information technology administration organization strategies. The functional role of the school registrar is used to describe its importance in this context. This position entails various work duties and obligations, some of which have changed over time and from school to school. This study was a survey research design, quantitative research. The data collected from surveys is then statistically analyzed to draw meaningful conclusions. The proponent used custom research questionnaires created based on the issues and inquiries raised in the early stages of the investigation. At least three (3) specialists in the relevant subject were consulted to determine its validity and trustworthiness. To ensure its reliability, the finalized questionnaire was pilot-tested with at least fifty (50) tertiary students who weren't involved in the study.
With the assistance of a trained statistician, the data was then examined using Cronbach Alpha. Overall, the effectiveness of the school registrar's database management in relation to assessment information systems is EFFECTIVE (overall computed mean: 4.04); the school registrar's database management in terms of administrative information systems is EFFECTIVE (overall computed mean: 3.72); and the students are SATISFIED in the utilization of the school registrar's database management in terms of assessment information systems (overall computed weighted mean: 3.87). The three components of the school registrar's database management reveal weighted mean scores above 3.5 but below 4.5, interpreted as effective. Assessment information systems record the highest weighted mean score (4.04, Effective), while Administrative Information Systems tallies the lowest mean score (3.72, Effective). Based on the overall computed weighted mean score of 3.83, the school registrar's database management can be considered EFFECTIVE. The three components of the school registrar's database management reveal weighted mean scores above 3.5 but below 4.5, interpreted as satisfied. Assessment information Systems record the highest weighted mean score (3.87, Satisfied).
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