PRESENT: An Android-Based Class Attendance Monitoring System Using Face Recognition Technology

20 Nov 2020  ·  Djoanna Marie V. Salac ·

The study aimed to develop an Android-Based Class Attendance Monitoring Application using Face Recognition to make attendance checking and monitoring easier and faster. The researcher used incremental model as the software development process and the application was evaluated by seventeen (17) faculty members .A validated evaluation questionnaire was used to rate the level of acceptability of the application based on ISO 9126 software quality and the level of satisfaction for its major features. For the statistical treatment of the data collected, Likert Scale, weighted mean and t-test were utilized by the researcher. The results revealed that instructors find the existing way of checking attendance as time consuming and a tedious task. Furthermore, the respondents assessed the developed application as moderately acceptable in terms of functionality, reliability and usability while portability was rated as highly acceptable. With regards to the features, the respondents were very satisfied. The researcher concluded that the developed application was useful and it can support the needs of the instructors to make attendance checking and monitoring easier, faster, and reliable. Due to its acceptable evaluation result, instructors should consider the use of this tool as an alternative to the existing process of checking and monitoring class attendance. With the integration of different technologies such as Android, face recognition and SMS, the traditional way of checking class attendance can be made easier, faster, reliable and secured, thus improving classroom management.

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Computers and Society Software Engineering K.6.3


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