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Author(s):  
Victorino P. Pinawin

The study's goal is to investigate the feasibility of developing an electronic voting system for the Gumaca National High School – Accountancy, Business, and Management (GNHS-ABM) Society via Information and Communication Technology (ICT) operations that can automate the election process and serve as an alternative venue for continuing to work in a new, normal way. The population consists of 422 ABM students, and the sample was selected using the most convenient sampling technique, which yielded 129 respondents. It utilizes quantitative approach and a descriptive research method. An online form containing a 15-item self-made questionnaire was used to collect the data. For necessary statistical treatments such as descriptive and inferential statistics, normality tests, and reliability tests, Microsoft Excel and SPSS were used. According to the findings of the study, active participation is achieved by younger strata and is dominated by lower grade and female groups. In this study, the gadget exposure reveals a key aspect with a gap to consider while the overall perception agreed to the benefit of electronic voting method. Hypothesis testing revealed that all grouping variables has a p-value greater than 0.05 showing no significant difference exist and it fails to reject null hypothesis. Following the proposed intervention, the researcher suggests that the voting process be recreated. Make digital technology more accessible to students and give ample infrastructure support for students to use in order to close the gap between gadget exposure and digital transformation maximized.


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Author(s):  
Daniel Forbes ◽  
Kimberly Eddleston

2021 ◽  
Vol 5 (3) ◽  
pp. 148-155
Author(s):  
Ni Kadek Mita Sumadi Astrini ◽  
Budi Rahayu Tanama Putri ◽  
James Hellyward

This study aims for a deep understanding of the business strategy of layer chicken farms during the new normal era in Bali. The expected output in this study focused on the establishment of strategic recommendations that apply to layer chicken farms within Bali to raise the production as well as overcome the challenges during the new normal era new normal. 134 respondents were involved, which consists of 80 consumers, 48 livestock farmers, and 6 experts. Results of IFE-EFE analysis showed that the value of an internal factor is 3.72 and external factor is 2.73 which determine that the business of layer chicken farm is in quadrant IV in matrix IE and categorized group of growth and build strategy. Seven business strategies could be recommended to the farmers in Bali during this new normal era, namely; 1) applying digital marketing; 2) implementation of laying chickens information system (abbreviated as SIAP in Bahasa Indonesia); 3) socialization and empowerment in utilizing e-commerce; 4) collaborating with livestock platforms; 5) training and mentoring for the public regarding a business opportunity in an egg-based product; 6) forming industry cluster of laying chicken farms; 7) development of livestock cooperative. 


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (4) ◽  
pp. 39-45
Author(s):  
Endriy Artem ◽  
Voktir Busyedin

The goal of this study was to ascertain the critical nature of public transportation under the supervision of a health protocol. During the COVID-19 pandemic's New Normal phase, the government issued an appeal addressing health procedures for individuals who are active in public spaces or who use public facilities. This protocol also applies to the public transportation industry, specifically the bus industry. Health rules for bus use must be strictly adhered to and monitored in order to prevent the virus from spreading. The health protocol is implemented to offer a sense of security for public bus riders without jeopardizing the quality of service. A series of laws limiting capacity and enforcing strict adherence to health protocols for all modes of public transportation


2021 ◽  
Vol 23 ◽  
Author(s):  
Sharon Amanda Shenderovskiy

Declared a national emergency on March 1, 2020, the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) has caused a major change in everyday life and crime statistics across the United States (U.S.). The research in this study aims to assess changes in reported misdemeanor crimes in Alachua County, Florida in the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as changes in the rate of misdemeanor crimes committed by certain genders and race demographics. Data was collected from the Alachua County Clerk of Circuit Court’s On-Line Court Records and Document Images Access Page from January 2019 to December 2020. The results of this study were consistent with the researcher’s hypothesis that the number of overall misdemeanor cases filed would substantially increase regardless of race or gender, likely as a result of social disorganization and community unrest. However, the original hypotheses that women and Black people would be seen committing higher rates of misdemeanor crimes in 2020 due to gender inequality and racial biases were rejected, with the data showing no statistical significance in the change in the number of cases filed for these populations. A potential explanatory factor for these findings is an overcommitment of responsibilities put upon women and girls, and a fear of racial prejudice and lack of social unity amongst Black people. These findings are important to highlight latent functions of state ordinances enacted to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, and to spotlight necessary crime control and reduction techniques that must be implemented simultaneously to adapt to the “new normal.”


2021 ◽  
Vol 1 (10) ◽  
pp. e0000037
Author(s):  
Utibe R. Essien ◽  
Eloho O. Ufomata
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2021 ◽  
Vol 1 (1) ◽  
pp. 01-06
Author(s):  
Luisito M. Nanquil

The teaching of grammar during classroom meetings is entirely different from the grammar instruction in the new normal. The learning and teaching atmosphere has been more challenging in the contemporary time because people want to be safe and secure as they do transactions. The widespread threats of the pandemic forced humanity to observe mandatory policies and protocols in work, school, and home. Development of language skills is a long time thrust by which ESL teachers carry among their schools. In the Philippine setting, both private and public school teachers share common problems in a different context and situation. The importance of grammar skills can be reflected on the various tasks and activities performed by people in the worksite, academe, and industry. As such, language teachers confront the issues and challenges in the actual ESL classroom where students are expected to learn and master grammar skills among others. Not all students have a good language facility as shown by poor performance in the English language assessments. Some students dislike inclusion of grammar lessons in the curriculum for fear of being unable to participate in the class and produce outputs. This paper aims to identify and describe the challenges (in the time of pandemic) experienced by language teachers on the teaching of grammar in the local Philippine context. Before the study culminated, the researcher has decided to get the views of experts and experienced ESL teachers about this problem and/or issue. It is a fact that has been observed and proved by many teachers not just ESL area but other majors that having grammar competence can help both students and professionals to achieve their goals and perform communicative tasks in the workplace. Results of the study provided insights and tips on how language teachers can make grammar teaching effective and relevant despite changes in setting and environment.


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