Accessibility and Effeciency of Developed Online Learning System

Bryan L. Guibijar, Rudy F. Daling


The paper examined the accessibility and efficiency of developed Online Learning System (OLS) of Surigao del Sur State University-Main Campus. It based from waterfall model in which descriptive research was applied to non-computer program students. Data from the pre-assessment survey and interview were treated by using the weighted mean to determine the level of accessibility and efficiency of developed online learning system. The accessibility and  efficiency to information from web, posting message and attend synchronous discussion is  evident that users can manage to use the developed system, even a low rated experience in uploading files can be developed while using the system. Thus, the developed system is important in maintaining teaching and learning that online interaction can be used to enhance learning, especially for student who tend to kept in the learning process.

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