Atikaseri binti Muhamad, Atikaseri (2012) CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (T-CMS) FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS. Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS. (Unpublished)

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The implementation of technology in education has emerged very rapidly due to its positive impacts on the improved teaching and learning. Teaching materials and academic resources need to be channeled wisely among the educators in order to enhance the academic performances. A medium of sharing and organizing contents is believed to be beneficial and useful in the context of knowledge sharing. This paper discussed the implementation of a Content Management System (CMS) in education that is focused for primary school teachers resided in rural areas. The aim of developing this system is mainly to provide a sharing medium that help teachers to organize, manage and store contents that indirectly promote the knowledge sharing culture among them. Apart from that, it acts as a mean of communication among teachers in order to provide better education to the students. Plus, this system will help teachers who are working in rural areas to improve their technological skills and be able to develop better interactions which indirectly motivating them to achieve a common set of goals that is improving academic performances of the students. Surveys and interviews are used as the data gathering tools to gather users‟ acceptance on the system. In addition, Scale Usability Score standard is used to measure the level of usability of T-CMS and how the user perceives the system‟s general look and feel. With 82.5% SUS score, it can be concluded that the system receives positive feedback from the users and they are satisfied using the proposed system as a sharing mechanism.

Item Type: Other
Subjects: T Technology > T Technology (General)
Departments / MOR / COE: Sciences and Information Technology
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Date Deposited: 03 Oct 2012 11:23
Last Modified: 25 Jan 2017 09:40

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