Attendance in research trainings, needs and involvement of CPU office personnel
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The study was conducted mainly to determine the attendance in research trainings, needs and research involvement of CPU office personnel. It utilized a one-shot survey design. Using census technique (total enumeration), 99 CPU office personnel were chosen to serve as respondents of the study. A self-administered questionnaire was used as the study’s instrument. The data were analyzed using SPSS and utilized the measures of central tendency, dispersion, chi-square and Pearson’s r as statistical tools. Results of the study reveal that more than 75 percent of the office personnel have no attendance in research trainings and less than 25 percent have low attendance in research trainings. Majority of the respondents (50.5 percent) identified leave with pay as a highly needed form of assistance, which may encourage them to do research. The study also found that seven out of 10 of the office personnel have no involvement in research. However, slightly more than half have expressed interest in doing research. Attendance in research trainings and research involvement of the office personnel were significantly related but perceived research needs were found to be not associated with their research involvement.
Fernandez, A. B. (2006). Attendance in research trainings, needs and involvement of CPU office personnel (Research report). Jaro, Iloilo City : University Research Center, Central Philippine University.
GSL 378.242 F391
ii, 43 leaves
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