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BSCS SENIOR PROJECT PROPOSAL TEMPLATE
This document has been set up to assist students in preparing the text for their Senior Project (SP)
Proposal. It is NOT intended as a document to guide you through your research proposal
development but to assist you in setting out the proposal, in terms of text layout, section headings,
and sub-sections.
The SP Proposal is a complete description of the intended research, developed under the
supervision of the assigned supervisor. Through the full proposal, the student needs to
demonstrate convincingly that the study will contribute to the social issue or problem. The full
research proposal must be between 5 and 10 pages and should present the following:
Abstract
Title
Brief Introduction, background, and statement of the problem (this in the light of a thorough
literature review)
Research questions, aim, and objectives
Study design (a type of study)
Study population and sampling
Data collection methods and instruments
Data analysis methods – if applicable statistical planning must be fully addressed, or the
candidate should provide evidence that statistics are not required.
Study period - Timetable for completion of the project
Participants in the study – all people involved in the study, and the role they play, should be
identified. *
Ethical considerations
Resources required for the study, including budget if applicable
Reference Appendices (copy of the questionnaire, consent forms, etc.)
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ENHANCING THE ONLINE LEARNING DELIVERY OF MABINI
COLLEGES INC. CCS USING LMS
STUDENT NAMEs / STUDENT NUMBERs:
COURSE NAME: BS in Computer Science
COLLEGE: College of Computer Studies
COURSE CODE: SSP1 – Senior Project 1 / Thesis Writing 1
SP ADVISER:
SP DOCU-EDITOR:
DATE OF SUBMISSION: DD October 2020
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CONTENTS
ABSTRACT ...................................................................................................................................................................... 4
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................................................ 5
PROBLEM STATEMENT .............................................................................................................................................. 5
OVERVIEW ...................................................................................................................................................................... 5
RESEARCH QUESTION/HYPOTHESIS ................................................................................................................................ 5
OBJECTIVES AND AIMS .............................................................................................................................................. 6
OVERALL OBJECTIVE ...................................................................................................................................................... 6
SPECIFIC AIMS ................................................................................................................................................................ 6
BACKGROUND AND SIGNIFICANCE ....................................................................................................................... 7
RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS ....................................................................................................................... 8
OVERVIEW ...................................................................................................................................................................... 8
POPULATION AND STUDY SAMPLE .................................................................................................................................. 8
SAMPLE SIZE AND SELECTION OF SAMPLE ...................................................................................................................... 8
SOURCES OF DATA .......................................................................................................................................................... 8
COLLECTION OF DATA .................................................................................................................................................... 8
EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT ................................................................................................................................................. 9
DATA MANAGEMENT ...................................................................................................................................................... 9
DATA ANALYSIS STRATEGIES ......................................................................................................................................... 9
TIMEFRAMES ................................................................................................................................................................... 9
STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF STUDY ....................................................................................................... 10
BUDGET AND MOTIVATION .................................................................................................................................... 11
REFERENCES ............................................................................................................................................................... 12
APPENDICES ................................................................................................................................................................. 13
APPENDIX 1: QUESTIONNAIRE ....................................................................................................................................... 13
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ABSTRACT
Background
Learning is the act of acquiring knowledge or skill through study every human is expected to
acquire various survival skills, help them to improve themselves to become better individuals. It
has been realized that learning can be more fun and of greater value outside the traditional study
in the classroom. With software Enhancing the Online Learning Delivery of Mabini Colleges Inc.
CCS using LMS, students and lecturers can now acquire knowledge in their places and other
locations using the software that they access video conference, quizzes, and exam. Our main
objective is to provide an easier platform for student-lecturer relationship and easy dissemination of
information by the creation of only one LMS software. It’s quite challenging because it requires
time to transform our ideas into reality with the effective use of proper tools for software
development. An excellent method of imparting knowledge and should be implemented in Mabini
Colleges Inc., specifically in the Department of Computer Science and Studies.
Methods
We research and studies the different LMS software that used for online learning, we also interview
the selected CCS students and lecturer to data gathered about the software they used. Data is
employed to design and develop Enhance LMS for CCS Department.
Results
The respondents are using the typical software like google classroom, google meet, and zoom,
etc., that needed to download and install the software to access, are hassle to change the software
for another functionality that they need for their lessons.
Discussion and Conclusion
To address the mention challenges, this study recommends the consideration of the proposed
Enhancing the Online Learning Delivery of Mabini Colleges Inc. CCS using LMS web-based
technology that facilitates access to video conferencing and other activities that other LMS
software cannot provide for online learning.
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INTRODUCTION
A learning management system, (LMS) is a software designed specifically to create, distribute, and
manage the delivery of educational content. Also, can improve academic learning, quick and easy
to access the learning materials, productive, cost-effective, and easy to find the files or materials.
Can generate reports to cater the needs for course completion and progress.
Instructors can upload learning materials, deliver their lessons to the students, serving
notifications, sharing data with authorized users and video conferencing for the student to attend
for their online classes, and can generate reports and for their exams, quizzes and grades. In
Mabini Colleges Inc., the CCS department have 150 students from 1
st
year 4
th
-year that will only
respondents access this website with help of their department administrator.
LMS most often operates inside of a web-browser through internet, behind a secured site log-in
process. This gives all students and instructors easy access to course/subjects on their field, while
administrators and leaders can monitor student progress and make improvements
PROBLEM STATEMENT
Overview
The paper will study the educational contents to address the following research problems
concerned to improving and enhancing the learnings using the LMS that deal with the students.
Research Question/ Hypothesis
1. What is the present LMS used in Mabini Colleges Inc. in terms of:
a. Student information management.
b. Course content management.
c. Reports and Grades creation
2. What framework shall be used to develop an LMS to be use in Mabini Colleges Inc. in
terms of:
- Student information management.
- Course content management.
- Reports and Grades creation
3. What are the significant differences of LMS that Mabini Colleges currently using compare to
Enhancing The online Learning Delivery of Mabini Colleges inc. CCS Using (LMS) in terms
of ?
a. Student information management.
b. Course content management.
c. Reports and Grades creation
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OBJECTIVES AND AIMS
Overall Objective
This paper is focused on enhancing the Online Learning Delivery of Mabini Colleges Inc. CCS
Department. Through research and investigation with the current LMS that are being used on the
Department, the team will provide an Enhanced online Learning Management System (LMS)
software that will cater the students and teachers needs on reliable, usable and effective LMS.
Specific Aims
1. To study how online delivery affects the students of the CCS Department from 1st year 4th
year level of Mabini Colleges and how does the Instructors is dealing with the situation.
2. To design and develop a learning management system (LMS) that can create, distribute, and
manage the delivery of educational content.
3. To enhance and improve learning by devising the applicability of the proposed learning
management system (LMS) as the facility that gives the students and the instructor to easily
access the subjects.
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BACKGROUND AND SIGNIFICANCE
Sidney Pressey (1924), develop the first teaching machine. The teaching machine offered various
kinds of practical exercises and multiple-choice questions.
Milton Ezra LeZerte (1929), created the problem cylinder, a device which provided instruction
without the need for an instructor s intervention.
Gordon Pask and McKinnonWood (1956), pioneered the SAKI (Self-Adaptive Keyboards
Instructor) the first machine to offer learning that felt mildly personal.
Dr. Donald Bitzer (1960), invented the PLATO (Programmed Logic for Automatic Teaching
Operation) a computer-based training program allowing learners to monitor their learning
progress, self-paced learning.
Hewlett Packard (1970), he was known by the abbreviation HP . He introduced the first-ever
desktop.
Robert Elliot Kahn and Vint Cerf (1982), they develop the TCP/IP (Transmission Control
Protocol/Internet Protocol). It is the basic communication language or protocol of the internet
that made the online learning possible.
SoftArc (1990), launched the first-ever LMS (Learning Management System) software for the
Macintosh platform.
Martin Dougiamas (2002), introduced the Moodle (Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning
Environment) an open-source internal network.
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RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS
Overview
For the design and development of the proposed system, a cloud-based Learning Management
System (LMS) platform through which education and training content is delivered that can improve
learning, make it faster productive, and cost-effective will be integrated to the Mabini Colleges CCS
Department. The CCS-LMS contains a core functional platform that enables
administrators/Professors to upload learning content, deliver lessons to students, serving
notifications, and share data with authorized users.
Population and Study Sample
The respondents to achieve the goals for this research will be coming from CCS Department (5)
And 1
st
4
th
year CCS students (230) of Mabini Colleges, Inc.
Sample Size and Selection of Sample
Using Slovin’ s formula, the sample size for CCS students to be subjected to the survey
questionnaire is determined to 125. While the respondents that will be interviewed include the CCS
teachers and 12 selected students from the 1
st
year – 4
th
year of the CCS Department.
Sources of Data
Data will be coming from the results of surveys, interviews, group discussions, and document
analysis as to the current situation on the locale of this study, and evaluation of the proposal is
concerned. While, the information will be taken from related studies to established the framework
that is used in the design and development of proposed Enhancing the online learning delivery of
Mabini Colleges Inc, CCS using LMS.
Collection of Data
Data will be randomly collected from the source of data based on the determined sample size
using a Questionnaires and surveys, Interviews, Observations, and Documents and Records.
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Exposure Assessment
The proposed learning management system, (LMS) that delivers lessons to students, serves
notifications, share data with authorized users, and video conference for the student will be tested
and evaluated by Instructors and students from the College of computer studies (CCS
Data Management
Data Management
Collected data of evaluation will be summarized accordingly to conform to the data analysis
strategies that will be used
Data Analysis Strategies
Data Analysis Strategies
Distribution and weighted mean to evaluate and analyse the needs and benefits of the Proposed
Learning management system and analysing the outcome and differences of other LMS to the
proposed LMS.
Timeframes
The timeframe of this research undertaking will be from September to November 2020.
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STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF THE STUDY
Strengths
Data will be taken personally from the students and instructor’ s which validate.
Centralized access to all the information in a single online environment, in which every student
can have higher regularity and closeness in the communication between teachers and students
The time when proposing Enhancing LMS in CCS Department of Mabini Colleges as a
software that can use in online classes to help CCS students and faculties easily.
Weakness
Since we are an online class now, we can experience having a problem of internet connection
and electric interruption.
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BUDGET AND MOTIVATION
A. Direct Cost
Domain Name 1,000.00
Web Hosting @ 1 month for testing 700.00
System Developer @ Php 10,000/month x 2 months 20,000.00
B. Maintenance and Operating Expenses
Travel (Gas) 1,000.00
Office Supplies and Materials 500.00
Communications 500.00
C. Other Expenses
Presentation and Publication Fee 30,000.00
Total 53,700.00
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REFERENCES
Weaver, D., Spratt, C., & Nair, C. S. (2008). Academic and student use of a learning management system:
Implications for quality. Australasian Journal of educational technology, 24(1).
Alias, N. A., & Zainuddin, A. M. (2005). Innovation for better teaching and learning: Adopting the learning
management system. Malaysian online journal of instructional technology, 2(2), 27-40.
Conde, M. Á., García-Peñalvo, F. J., Rodríguez-Conde, M. J., Alier, M., Casany, M. J., & Piguillem, J.
(2014). An evolving Learning Management System for new educational environments using 2.0
tools. Interactive learning environments, 22(2), 188-204.
Han, I., & Shin, W. S. (2016). The use of a mobile learning management system and the academic
achievement of online students. Computers & Education, 102, 79-89.
Dias, S. B., & Diniz, J. A. (2014). Towards an enhanced learning management system for blended learning in
higher education incorporating distinct learners' profiles. Journal of Educational Technology & Society, 17(1),
307-319.
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APPENDICES
Appendix 1: Questionnaire (to follow).

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BSCS SENIOR PROJECT PROPOSAL TEMPLATE This document has been set up to assist students in preparing the text for their Senior Project (SP) Proposal. It is NOT intended as a document to guide you through your research proposal development but to assist you in setting out the proposal, in terms of text layout, section headings, and sub-sections. The SP Proposal is a complete description of the intended research, developed under the supervision of the assigned supervisor. Through the full proposal, the student needs to demonstrate convincingly that the study will contribute to the social issue or problem. The full research proposal must be between 5 and 10 pages and should present the following: ▪ Abstract ▪ Title ▪ Brief Introduction, background, and statement of the problem (this in the light of a thorough literature review) ▪ Research questions, aim, and objectives ▪ Study design (a type of study) ▪ Study population and sampling ▪ Data collection methods and instruments ▪ Data analysis methods – if applicable statistical planning must be fully addressed, or the candidate should provide evidence that statistics are not required. ▪ Study period - Timetable for completion of the project ▪ Participants in the study – all people involved in the study, and the role they play, should be identified. * ▪ Ethical considerations ▪ Resources required for the study, including budget if applicable ▪ Reference Appendices (copy of the questionnaire, consent forms, etc.) ENHANCING THE ONLINE LEARNING DELIVERY OF MABINI COLLEGES INC. CCS USING LMS STUDENT NAMEs / STUDENT NUMBERs: COURSE NAME: BS in Computer Science COLLEGE: College of Computer Studies COURSE CODE: SSP1 – Senior Project 1 / Thesis Writing 1 SP ADVISER: SP DOCU-EDITOR: DATE OF SUBMISSION: DD October 2020 2 CONTENTS ABSTRACT ...................................................................................................................................................................... 4 INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................................................ 5 PROBLEM STATEMENT .............................................................................................................................................. 5 OVERVIEW ...................................................................................................................................................................... 5 RESEARCH QUESTION/HYPOTHESIS ................................................................................................................................ 5 OBJECTIVES AND AIMS .............................................................................................................................................. 6 OVERALL OBJECTIVE ...................................................................................................................................................... 6 SPECIFIC AIMS ................................................................................................................................................................ 6 BACKGROUND AND SIGNIFICANCE ....................................................................................................................... 7 RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS ....................................................................................................................... 8 OVERVIEW ...................................................................................................................................................................... 8 POPULATION AND STUDY SAMPLE .................................................................................................................................. 8 SAMPLE SIZE AND SELECTION OF SAMPLE ...................................................................................................................... 8 SOURCES OF DATA .......................................................................................................................................................... 8 COLLECTION OF DATA .................................................................................................................................................... 8 EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT ................................................................................................................................................. 9 DATA MANAGEMENT ...................................................................................................................................................... 9 DATA ANALYSIS STRATEGIES ......................................................................................................................................... 9 TIMEFRAMES ................................................................................................................................................................... 9 STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF STUDY ....................................................................................................... 10 BUDGET AND MOTIVATION .................................................................................................................................... 11 REFERENCES ............................................................................................................................................................... 12 APPENDICES ................................................................................................................................................................. 13 APPENDIX 1: QUESTIONNAIRE....................................................................................................................................... 13 3 ABSTRACT Background Learning is the act of acquiring knowledge or skill through study every human is expected to acquire various survival skills, help them to improve themselves to become better individuals. It has been realized that learning can be more fun and of greater value outside the traditional study in the classroom. With software Enhancing the Online Learning Delivery of Mabini Colleges Inc. CCS using LMS, students and lecturers can now acquire knowledge in their places and other locations using the software that they access video conference, quizzes, and exam. Our main objective is to provide an easier platform for student-lecturer relationship and easy dissemination of information by the creation of only one LMS software. It’ s quite challenging because it requires time to transform our ideas into reality with the effective use of proper tools for software development. An excellent method of imparting knowledge and should be implemented in Mabini Colleges Inc., specifically in the Department of Computer Science and Studies. Methods We research and studies the different LMS software that used for online learning, we also interview the selected CCS students and lecturer to data gathered about the software they used. Data is employed to design and develop Enhance LMS for CCS Department. Results The respondents are using the typical software like google classroom, google meet, and zoom, etc., that needed to download and install the software to access, are hassle to change the software for another functionality that they need for their lessons. Discussion and Conclusion To address the mention challenges, this study recommends the consideration of the proposed Enhancing the Online Learning Delivery of Mabini Colleges Inc. CCS using LMS web-based technology that facilitates access to video conferencing and other activities that other LMS software cannot provide for online learning. 4 INTRODUCTION A learning management system, (LMS) is a software designed specifically to create, distribute, and manage the delivery of educational content. Also, can improve academic learning, quick and easy to access the learning materials, productive, cost-effective, and easy to find the files or materials. Can generate reports to cater the needs for course completion and progress. Instructors can upload learning materials, deliver their lessons to the students, serving notifications, sharing data with authorized users and video conferencing for the student to attend for their online classes, and can generate reports and for their exams, quizzes and grades. In Mabini Colleges Inc., the CCS department have 150 students from 1st year – 4th-year that will only respondents access this website with help of their department administrator. LMS most often operates inside of a web-browser through internet, behind a secured site log-in process. This gives all students and instructors easy access to course/subjects on their field, while administrators and leaders can monitor student progress and make improvements PROBLEM STATEMENT Overview The paper will study the educational contents to address the following research problems concerned to improving and enhancing the learnings using the LMS that deal with the students. Research Question/ Hypothesis 1. What is the present LMS used in Mabini Colleges Inc. in terms of: a. Student information management. b. Course content management. c. Reports and Grades creation 2. What framework shall be used to develop an LMS to be use in Mabini Colleges Inc. in terms of: - Student information management. - Course content management. - Reports and Grades creation 3. What are the significant differences of LMS that Mabini Colleges currently using compare to Enhancing The online Learning Delivery of Mabini Colleges inc. CCS Using (LMS) in terms of ? a. Student information management. b. Course content management. c. Reports and Grades creation 5 OBJECTIVES AND AIMS Overall Objective This paper is focused on enhancing the Online Learning Delivery of Mabini Colleges Inc. CCS Department. Through research and investigation with the current LMS that are being used on the Department, the team will provide an Enhanced online Learning Management System (LMS) software that will cater the students and teachers needs on reliable, usable and effective LMS. Specific Aims 1. To study how online delivery affects the students of the CCS Department from 1st year – 4th year level of Mabini Colleges and how does the Instructors is dealing with the situation. 2. To design and develop a learning management system (LMS) that can create, distribute, and manage the delivery of educational content. 3. To enhance and improve learning by devising the applicability of the proposed learning management system (LMS) as the facility that gives the students and the instructor to easily access the subjects. 6 BACKGROUND AND SIGNIFICANCE Sidney Pressey (1924), develop the first teaching machine. The teaching machine offered various kinds of practical exercises and multiple-choice questions. Milton Ezra LeZerte (1929), created the problem cylinder, a device which provided instruction without the need for an instructor’ s intervention. Gordon Pask and McKinnonWood (1956), pioneered the SAKI (Self-Adaptive Keyboards Instructor) the first machine to offer learning that felt mildly personal. Dr. Donald Bitzer (1960), invented the PLATO (Programmed Logic for Automatic Teaching Operation) a computer-based training program allowing learners to monitor their learning progress, self-paced learning. Hewlett Packard (1970), he was known by the abbreviation “ HP” . He introduced the first-ever desktop. Robert Elliot Kahn and Vint Cerf (1982), they develop the TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol). It is the basic communication language or protocol of the internet that made the online learning possible. SoftArc (1990), launched the first-ever LMS (Learning Management System) software for the Macintosh platform. Martin Dougiamas (2002), introduced the Moodle (Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment) an open-source internal network. 7 RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS Overview For the design and development of the proposed system, a cloud-based Learning Management System (LMS) platform through which education and training content is delivered that can improve learning, make it faster productive, and cost-effective will be integrated to the Mabini Colleges CCS Department. The CCS-LMS contains a core functional platform that enables administrators/Professors to upload learning content, deliver lessons to students, serving notifications, and share data with authorized users. Population and Study Sample The respondents to achieve the goals for this research will be coming from CCS Department (5) And 1st – 4th year CCS students (230) of Mabini Colleges, Inc. Sample Size and Selection of Sample Using Slovin’ s formula, the sample size for CCS students to be subjected to the survey questionnaire is determined to 125. While the respondents that will be interviewed include the CCS teachers and 12 selected students from the 1st year – 4th year of the CCS Department. Sources of Data Data will be coming from the results of surveys, interviews, group discussions, and document analysis as to the current situation on the locale of this study, and evaluation of the proposal is concerned. While, the information will be taken from related studies to established the framework that is used in the design and development of proposed Enhancing the online learning delivery of Mabini Colleges Inc, CCS using LMS. Collection of Data Data will be randomly collected from the source of data based on the determined sample size using a Questionnaires and surveys, Interviews, Observations, and Documents and Records. 8 Exposure Assessment The proposed learning management system, (LMS) that delivers lessons to students, serves notifications, share data with authorized users, and video conference for the student will be tested and evaluated by Instructors and students from the College of computer studies (CCS Data Management Data Management Collected data of evaluation will be summarized accordingly to conform to the data analysis strategies that will be used Data Analysis Strategies Data Analysis Strategies Distribution and weighted mean to evaluate and analyse the needs and benefits of the Proposed Learning management system and analysing the outcome and differences of other LMS to the proposed LMS. Timeframes The timeframe of this research undertaking will be from September to November 2020. 9 STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF THE STUDY Strengths • Data will be taken personally from the students and instructor’ s which validate. • Centralized access to all the information in a single online environment, in which every student can have higher regularity and closeness in the communication between teachers and students • The time when proposing Enhancing LMS in CCS Department of Mabini Colleges as a software that can use in online classes to help CCS students and faculties easily. Weakness • Since we are an online class now, we can experience having a problem of internet connection and electric interruption. 10 BUDGET AND MOTIVATION A. Direct Cost • Domain Name • Web Hosting @ 1 month for testing • System Developer @ Php 10,000/month x 2 months 1,000.00 700.00 20,000.00 B. Maintenance and Operating Expenses • Travel (Gas) • Office Supplies and Materials 500.00 • Communications 500.00 1,000.00 C. Other Expenses • Presentation and Publication Fee Total 30,000.00 53,700.00 11 REFERENCES Weaver, D., Spratt, C., & Nair, C. S. (2008). Academic and student use of a learning management system: Implications for quality. Australasian Journal of educational technology, 24(1). Alias, N. A., & Zainuddin, A. M. (2005). Innovation for better teaching and learning: Adopting the learning management system. Malaysian online journal of instructional technology, 2(2), 27-40. Conde, M. Á., García-Peñalvo, F. J., Rodríguez-Conde, M. J., Alier, M., Casany, M. J., & Piguillem, J. (2014). An evolving Learning Management System for new educational environments using 2.0 tools. Interactive learning environments, 22(2), 188-204. Han, I., & Shin, W. S. (2016). The use of a mobile learning management system and the academic achievement of online students. Computers & Education, 102, 79-89. Dias, S. B., & Diniz, J. A. (2014). Towards an enhanced learning management system for blended learning in higher education incorporating distinct learners' profiles. Journal of Educational Technology & Society, 17(1), 307-319. 12 APPENDICES Appendix 1: Questionnaire (to follow). 13 Name: Description: ...
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