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Statistics. This study was conducted to determine whether more than half of FSD students want to use Open Library or not. If the result supports this claim, buying this software may be considered. To perform the survey, from the population of all FSD stu

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HANOI UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT AND TOURISM STATISTICS PROJECT THE OPINION OF FSD STUDENTS TOWARDS BUYING OPEN LIBRARY SOFTWARE Tutor's name: L� Thi Ngoc T� Tutorial class: T3_AC08 Tutorial time: 7:15-9:00 on Tuesday TABLE OF CONTENTS Abstract iii 1. Introduction 1 2. Methodology 1 2.1. Population and sample 1 2.2. Questionnaire design 1 2.3. Sample size 2 2.4. Sampling method and collection data 2 2.5. Data processing 3 2.6. Significant level of test 3 3. Results and Findings 4 4. Hypothesis Testing 7 4.1. Research question 7 4.2. Assumptions 7 4.3. Hypothesis testing procedure 7 5. Project Evaluation 8 5.1. Limitations 8 5.2. Implications 9 6. Conclusion and Recommendations 9 References 10 Appendix I: List of random respondents 11 Appendix II: Sample Questionnaire 15 Appendix III: Survey Results 16 Appendix IV: List of figures 17 ABSTRACT This study was conducted to determine whether more than half of FSD students want to use Open Library or not. If the result supports this claim, buying this software may be considered. To perform the survey, from the population of all FSD students, a sample of 100 FSD students was chosen randomly to answer the questionnaire including 4 multiple choices. ...read more.

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Another member put figures into the table. Also, during this process, other members saw and checked whether there are mistakes in recording data or not. Lastly, we had the complete table that is attached in the Appendix of the report. In the process of collecting data, it is fortunate that most of respondents are willing to fill in the questionnaires. However, some students refused to cooperate at first, thus we tried to explain gently that their cooperation is highly important to our report. As a result, they understood and answered the questionnaire for us. 2.5. Data processing After the data had been collected, we have to compute by hand the figures because in statistics software like Excel or Minitab, solving the qualitative data is high complicate. However, in order to draw charts for describing the figures, we still use excel. 2.6. Significant level of test: The main purpose of the project is to carry out a public opinion survey about FSD students towards buying Open Library software. The project is quite important. Hence, we choose the level of significant to be 0.05 (? = 0.05) 3. RESULTS AND FINDINGS 3.1. Do you have difficulty in finding materials for your subjects? ...read more.

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is true. Consequently, the accuracy of the survey may be biased. 5.2. Implications The results of the survey reveal that lack of learning materials is becoming a big problem with approximately 70 % of FSD students. Therefore, buying Open Library, an useful software that provides online study resources is necessary to help students overcome the difficulty. 6. CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION This study was conducted to investigate the opinion of FSD students towards buying Open Library software. Some conclusions can be drawn as listed below: Approximately 70% of FSD students have difficulty in finding learning materials. The reason for it may be their limited knowledge about software that helps them access online resources such as Open Library. In addition, after carefully analyzing the data, we conclude that at 5 % level of significance, there is enough evidence to believe more than half of FSD students want to buy Open Library. For future research, it would be beneficial if this study is performed over a longer period of times with a larger sample size so that more extensive conclusions can be drawn. As regards our recommendation after conducting the survey, it is believed that Open Library should be introduced to not only FSD students but also other ones in order to help them to learn better. However, the fee for using this software should be considered to be reasonable, so all students can gain benefits from it. ...read more.

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