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Information Delivery in Relation to College and Learning Outcomes of Postgraduate Diploma Students

A. Mohammed


The objective of this study is to find out the information delivery in terms of college and learning outcomes. The data of this study were received from four (4) different Postgraduate Diploma Programmes from college which include; Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE), Postgraduate Diploma in Public Administration and Policy (PGDPAP), Postgraduate Diploma in Management (PGM), and Postgraduate Diploma in Public Health and Promotion (PGPHEP) through self-administered questionnaire during classes' hours. The data obtained were coded in and analyzed using the latest version of the Statistical Product and Service Solutions (SPSS) windows software. Statistical analysis was performed to determine the respondents' frequency and percentage in terms of all items in the questionnaire. A Pearman's correlation test was performed to examine the relationship among Postgraduate Diploma Students information delivery towards College and Learning. The results of running the Pearman's correlation test showed a statistically significant mean and positive correlation between College and Learning. Thus, those with positive responses of college outcome tend to be those with positive responses with learning outcome; this shows that both college and learning have corresponded with the PGD student's information delivery.

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