Evaluating the Use and Impact of Mobile Apps in Learning: A Study in The College of Business Administration

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Evaluating the Use and Impact of Mobile Apps in Learning: A Study in The College of Business Administration

Jolly B. Mariacos, Marilou A. Dela Peña
Baguio Central University, Baguio City, Philippines

DOI: https://doi.org/10.51244/IJRSI.2023.10611
Received: 30 May 2023; Revised: 13 June 2023; Accepted: 19 June 2023; Published: 13 July 2023

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Abstract: The main purpose of the study is to evaluate the use and impact of mobile apps in learning: A study in the College of Business Administration, Baguio City for the School year 2021-2022. It involved one hundred fifty (150) CBA students as the respondents of the study. The research study utilized the descriptive research design the mixed method with a checklist and interview guide questionnaire as the main data gathering instrument. The following are the findings of the study: the mobile apps use in learning in the College of Business Administration (CBA) were the Facebook and Messenger, level of extent of agreement on the use and impact of mobile apps in learning in the College of Business Administration is agree; attitude towards use of mobile apps in learning in the (CBA) department is positive impact. The conclusions of the study are drawn from the findings: mobile apps have potential to enhance learning within the College of Business Administration, their effective implementation is crucial; not all students utilize these apps, and those who do not have varying opinions on their usefulness; and the study suggests further exploration on how mobile learning apps can improve students’ performance and motivation.

Keywords: Mobile apps, Learning process, Higher education, College of Business Administration, Student attitudes, Teaching methods

I. Introduction

The use of mobile devices by students in higher education has increased recently GMI. (2019). Technology breakthroughs are driving civilization forward and causing situations to change quickly. Higher education institutions (HEIs) must keep up with these technological breakthroughs and changes in order to enhance and enrich the teaching-learning process. HEIs are not exempt from these changes and advancements in technology.
The development of innovation is additionally pushing civilization, coming about in rapidly moving settings. Higher instruction educate (HEIs) must receive these mechanical breakthroughs in arrange to upgrade and improve the teaching-learning prepare. HEIs are not excluded from these mechanical changes and progressions.
Mobile apps for learning should be built on creative problems and techniques that can inspire students and foster teamwork and communication for a successful conclusion.