Computer Self-Efficacy and Effectiveness of Quipper Learning Management System


  • Jude Rafael S. Alayacyac The University of Mindanao, Davao City, Philippines
  • Jobert C. Regidor The University of Mindanao, Davao City, Philippines
  • John Harry S. Caballo The University of Mindanao, Davao City, Philippines
  • Jelly E. Abellanosa The University of Mindanao, Davao City, Philippines
  • Giebe Joshua G. Monajan The University of Mindanao, Davao City, Philippines



Computer Self-Efficacy, Learning Management System, Quipper LMS


This quantitative study aimed to determine the relationship between computer self-efficacy and the effectiveness of the Quipper learning management system among senior high school students. The study utilized a descriptive-correlational design. Data on computer self-efficacy and Quipper LMS effectiveness were collected from 290 senior high school students using survey questionnaires. The results showed high overall computer self-efficacy (M=4.18, SD=0.652) and high effectiveness of the Quipper LMS (M=3.97, SD=0.622) among students. A significant positive correlation (r=0.414, p=.000) between computer self-efficacy and Quipper LMS effectiveness indicates a low positive relationship between the two variables. Computer self-efficacy has a direct relationship with the effectiveness of the Quipper LMS. As computer self-efficacy increases, the effectiveness of the Quipper LMS also increases among senior high school students.


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How to Cite

Alayacyac, J. R. S., Regidor, J. C., Caballo, J. H. S., Abellanosa, J. E., & Monaghan, G. J. G. (2024). Computer Self-Efficacy and Effectiveness of Quipper Learning Management System. American Journal of Smart Technology and Solutions, 3(1), 17–21.