The Relationship of Academic Performance and Technological Utilization

Author: Velez, Raymond R.
Co-Author/s: Aclan, Joy T., Esmeralda Jacky Lou E.,, Nimuan, Dona Marie C., Parrocha, Marionne G.,Puzon, Ronalyn E., Sobremonte, Angelica J.
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Year Completed: 2014
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Status: On-Going
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Technology has changed aspects of our daily lives, it is undoubtedly changing education. This study is aimed at finding the relationship of academic performance and technological utilization of the Computer Science Students of Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University-South La Union Campus. Specifically, it answers the questions:1) What is the Academic Performance of the BSCS Students, 2)What is the level of technology utilization of the students, 3)What is the relationship of academic performance to the level of technology utilization. The study used the descriptive research and correlation method to analyze and interpret the data. The respondents were the BSCS students. Questionnaire was used to gather data. The researchers found that majority of Computer Science students has an average academic performance and the level of technology utilization in terms of recreational activities is higher than the academic-related activities, and that there is a significant relationship between the academic performance and level of technology utilization in terms of academic-related activities but not significant in terms of recreational activities.

Keywords: academic performance, academic-related activities, recreational activities, technology utilization