Information and Instructional Technology


Information and Instructional Technology
A dissertation title should consist the following elements:
1. Purpose
2. Respondents
3. Environment
4. Time Frame
5. Output
Ex. Attitude towards Mathematics of the Freshmen BSIT Students of Cebu Technological University, Cebu City during the Academic Year 2013-2014: Action Plan
Rationale of the Study
• Gives the overview of the chosen study topic
• Presents a situationer
• Explains the reason for choosing the research topic
Theoretical Background (or Literature Background)
• Discuss related literature and studies
• Presents a schematic diagram either to introduce or to summarize the coverage of this section
(Construct the Rationale and the Theoretical Background of your study and send them for corrections. The theoretical background must have a theoretical framework as well)
Statement of the Problem
• Contains the main problem or general objective
• States the sub-problems or specific objectives
Statement of Hypothesis
• Optional
• States the null hypothesis that require statistical testing
Significance of the Study
• Mentions who are to benefit the study and how each may be benefited
• Discusses the value of the study to individuals, groups, institutions and to the discipline
Research Methodology
Provide an introductory paragraph which specifies and justifies the type of research used. The research process or flow of research may be presented here in a schematic diagram.
Research Method
• Explain the sampling procedure used
Research Environment
• Describes the locale/venue of the research
• Includes a map, if necessary
Research Respondents
• Specifies the number of respondents involved which may be presented in a table
• Describes the type and characteristics of the respondents
Research Instruments
• Mentions the research instrument(s)/tools for gathering data
• Describes the content and preparation of each instrument
Research Procedures
Gathering of data. This section describes the details of data gathering employing the research tools described earlier.
Treatment of data. This part explains the statistical procedures used.

• Introduction
• Organizing the Results
• Methodology Summary
• Population, Sample, and Participants
• Results
• Summary of Results
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