Volume 2 Issue 3 (December 2016)

VOLUME 2 ISSUE 3 (2016)

 

EFFECTIVENESS OF DOING SPORT AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENT: A KEY TO HEALTHY LIVING

Ahmad Izzuddin Zulkifli and Abdul Rahim Abdul Rahman

Faculty of Information Management, University Teknologi MARA (UiTM)

Abstract

The aim of this research is to identify the effectiveness of sports to university student. This paper provides impact of sport, role of sport and the factor why the students get involve in sport. It is important to find the right answer why they get engage in sport to make sure that they really get the solid reason why they make themselves joining in sport. It is important to identify the reasons as to why people engage themselves in sports.

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THE IMPACT OF ASSESSMENT ON STUDENT LEARNING

Muhamad Naim Muhammad and Mazwani Ayu Mazlan

Faculty of Information Management, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM)

Abstract

The aim of this research is to create student awareness about the impact of the assessment on student learning. From that, they learn many things such as skills, a way to find information and the sources. Teachers should check or survey the feedback or performance from student in their learners. In order to get a good quality of work, student must be guided always by teacher and from that they will learn how to get the good quality of work.

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IMPORTANT FACTORS THAT INFLUENCED THE LEARNING-STYLE PREFERENCES AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

Nur Fatin Mohamed

Faculty of Information Management, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM)

Abstract

Educational researchers postulate that every individual has their own learning-styles. Learning-styles models over the past 25 years have resulted in increasing attention to the idea that students learn in diverse ways. One approach to learning does not work for every student or even most students. Thus, this study examines the factors that influenced the learning-styles preferences among university students. Aims of our stuy are to determine the factors influenced learning-style preferences among university students and also to examine the relationship between factors and learning-styles preferences among university students. Non-probability sampling would be use for this study and the sampling technique conducts are convenient sampling to 100 students from UiTM Puncak Perdana. A descriptive analysis using rank-order of mean are utilize to analyze the relationship between the factors and learning-styles preferences among students using by every student. The study can find that environment factor was dominate all four types of learning-styles, that is maybe students’ are prefer to study in a clean place rather than a dirty place. Therefore, it could be imply that learning-styles could be cultivated and not inborn. The finding of this study provides some hindsight to academics and universities on the importance of understanding students’ learning-styles preferences in enhancing their performance.

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FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE STUDENTS INTENTION TOWARDS USING MOBILE LIBRARY SERVICES

Nur Natasya Irlyana Mohd Khajazi

Faculty of Information Management, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM)

Abstract

Nowadays, the use of mobile library services is increasingly popular. The aim of this research is to figure out factors influence students’ intention towards using mobile library services.

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THE AWARENESS OF FAST FOOD AMONG STUDENT

Siti Halwani Abdul Aziz

Faculty of Information Management, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM)

Abstract

Today’s lifestyles are quite worrying. Lots of people are easy to consume the fast food rather than original food or traditional food. The family institution should give a big role to ensure that their generation becomes healthy and good. We can consume all the fast food out there but there have a limitation in eating the fast food. The people need to aware what kinds of fast food outlet that served a good food in Malaysia and furthermore aware about the price, nutrient that served by that fast food outlets. Therefore, it is important for us to know the level of awareness of fast food among community in Malaysia.

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