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研究生: 黎永近
研究生(外文): Le Vinh Tien
論文名稱: Factors affecting the use of software “School management” in Le Thanh Tong secondary school
論文名稱(外文): Factors affecting the use of software “School management” in Le Thanh Tong secondary school
指導教授: Jia Rong Wen
指導教授(外文): Jia Rong Wen
學位類別: 碩士
校院名稱: 樹德科技大學
系所名稱: 資訊管理系碩士班
論文出版年: 2011
畢業學年度: 99
語文別: 英文
論文頁數: 92
中文關鍵詞: IT and affectsoftware “management school”Quantitative methodsSPSSbenefit “management school”attitude  and behaviorPerception and behavior.
外文關鍵詞: IT and affectsoftware “management school”Quantitative methodsSPSSbenefit “management school”attitude  and behaviorPerception and behavior.
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Information technology also boosted innovation in education, creating educational technology (educational technology) with many outstanding achievements, including: teaching and learning technology, especially technology and management education. Major information technology change management methods and management education, support the reform of administrative management activities to educate and train more effectively.
The application of IT in education management and administration, and training was developed early on with the implementation of financial management, software and enrollment management, facilities management, library and school system learning materials ... officials and staff’s  awareness and skills sector are also increasing.
Up to now, some researches have pointed out that there are several benefits in use IT in management in particularly in managing education. However, those ones have not focus on study the affected apply in secondary school. Therefore, the main purpose of this study is to examine the influence on the use of software “school management” in Le Thanh Tong secondary school. Specifically, this study surveys the relationship between perceptions about the use of that software (including perception, attitude) and affected use. In this study, in order to examine proposed model, I conducted a survey through a questionnaires to 50 Leaders and teachers in Le Thanh Tong secondary school. The results indicated that the affective use of that software is not only dependent on attitude but also related some other factors for example the use level of that software. Perception, attitude and affected use of that software are correlative. Finally, this study proposes the future study in the next study.


ABSTRACT  i
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS  iii
Table of Contents  iv
Chapter 1. Introduction  1
1.1. Research Background  1
1.2. Research motivation  4
1.3. Research purpose and research questions  5
1.4. Research limitations  6
1.5. Delimitation  7
1.6. Assumptions  7
1.7. Terminology  8
1.7.1. Awareness of the role in the effective using the software “school management”  8
1.7.2. Awareness of the function in the effective using the software “school management”  11
1.7.3. Awareness of the conditions in the effective using the software “school management”  12
1.7.4. The attitude in the effective using the software “school management”  13
1.7.5. The level of the effective using the software “school management”  14
1.7.6. The effect of using the software “school management”  14
1.8. Research structure  15
Chapter 2 Literature Review  17
2.1. Applied software "school management" in schools in Vietnam.  17
2.1.1. Overview of management education in secondary schools in Vietnam  17
2.1.2. Applying software “school management” in schools in Viet Nam  21
2.2. Applying software “school management "in secondary schools in Vietnam.  23
2.3. Applying software “school management "in Le Thanh Tong secondary school  24
2.3.1. Introduction of software “school management”  24
2.3.2. The goal of education in school of the national education system  27
2.3.3. The benefit of using the software  29
2.3.4. Introduction of Le Thanh Tong secondary school  30
2.3.5. Applying the software “school management” in secondary school  32
Chapter 3 Research Methodology  37
3.1. Research approach  37
3.2. Research Design and Framework  40
3.3. Research hypotheses  42
3.4. Research procedure  43
3.5. Relationship between research factors and measurement for research construct  44
3.5.1. Relationship between the Attitude and the awareness of the Role of the using software  44
3.5.2. Relationship between the Attitude and the awareness of the Function of the using software  47
3.5.3. Relationship between the awareness of the Function and The Role of the using software  47
3.5.4. Relationship between the awareness of the Role of the using software and the effective use of software  48
3.5.5. Relationship between the Attitude and the effective using software  48
3.6. Tool development  49
3.6.1. Question design  49
3.6.2. Reliability analysis  52
3.6.3. Validity analysis  53
3. 7. Data analysis  54
3.7.1. Descriptive statistics  54
    3.7.2. Inferential Statistics  57
3.7.2.2. ANOVA  59
3.7.2.3 Correlation  60
Chapter 4 Research Results and data analysis  61
4.1. Descriptive Statistics  61
4.2. T-test analysis and ANOVA  62
4.3. Correlation analysis  63
4.4. Hierarchical Multiple regression analysis  64
4.4.1. Regression of awareness of role, function, attitude and the effective use of the software  64
4.4.2. Regression of awareness of role, function  and attitude  in effective using the software  66
4.4.3. Regression of attitude and the effective use of the software  68
4.5. Summarize the Results of hypotheses  70
4.6. Discussions  71
Chapter 5 Conclusions and Suggestions  72
5.1. Conclusions  72
5.2. Contribution and organization implications  73
5.2.1. Contribution  73
5.2.2. Organization implications  74
5.3. Suggestions  76
5.4. Future research suggestions  77
REFERENCES  78
APPENDIX  84
Questionnaire investigation  84
Interview form  92


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