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Scirj Volume IV, Issue X, October 2016 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th October 2016
Full Paper available from: 25th October 2016


ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM AS AIDS TO MANAGERIAL PERFORMANCES
Dr. Udeh Francis , Ayoola-Akinjobi, Olayemi

Abstract: Accounting information is indispensable in managing activities of any organization; it provides quantitative information about economic entities. Management are constantly faced with the problem of decision making, coordinating, directing and controlling; it is therefore essential for them to have access to good accounting information for proper and accurate decision making, maximization of profit and optimal utilization of scarce resources. Data were gathered to analyse the relationship between accounting information system and strategic decision making process, it was analysed using Pearson correlation coefficient through SPSS. The study uncovers that accounting information system is indispensable to the activities of management in academic institutions especially private setup in Nigeria, there was strong positive correlation between the two variables; implying that accounting information system strongly influence and enhances strategic decision making in the organization.
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The requirements of good governance at schools of public education for girls in Al Madinah Al Munawarah from the viewpoint of female school principals
Majdulien M. Al –Qa'oud

Abstract: The study aimed to identify the degree of good governance requirements availability (external and internal) at public education school in Al –Madinah Al –Manawwarah, and to determine its importance degree to improve the performance of public education school for girls. The researcher used a correlational descriptive approach. The study sample consisted of (68) female school principal from the public education school for the academic year 2015/2016.
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Interpreting Green Advertising messages: A Perspective of Environmentally-informed consumers in Kenya
Leah Muchemi (PhD), Hezron Mogambi (PhD), Ndeti Ndati (PhD)

Abstract: The objective of this study was to examine the environmentally-informed consumers’ interpretation of green product advertising messages. The increasing awareness of environmental issues and diet related diseases resulting from use of unhealthy products has contributed to the growth of green-conscious consumers. This has prompted businesses to invest in green advertising (Ottman, 2003; Guber, 2003& Karna et al, 2001). Studies by Lee (2013) and Yates (2009) reveal that consumers have difficulty in understanding green label messages. However, the studies were carried out among general consumer populations that did not have special interest in environmental issues and this could explain the difficulty in understanding the messages. Therefore, this study sought to investigate the views of consumers who are experts or students of environmental studies and were presumed to have a good understanding of issues related to green-consciousness so as to establish their interpretation of green advertising messages.
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Human Computer Interaction & eLearning: An overview of Enabling Technologies in Student Centered Environment
Ishara Silva

Abstract: Armed with the advanced information and communication technologies, eLearning is having a far-reaching impact on learning in the new era. Learning is shifting from instructor- centered to learner-centered, and is undertaken anywhere, from classrooms to homes and offices. The concept of traditional education does not fit well with the new world of lifelong learning, in which the roles of instructor, student and curriculum are changing. eLearning has been crucial to meet this new challenge. The new technology look at new development of this area such as: designing for inclusion, personalization, blended learning and consistency in computer collaboration and delivery of online education need of remote education “teaching by telling” to “learning on demand” or “learning by asking or doing”. This research is carried out to investigate the different methods of eLearning systems relate to learner’s value by comparing designs of personalized and adaptive eLearning systems. Also this will examine the appropriate eLearning tools for different focus groups to satisfy the learner’s experience of eLearning while identifing the barriers which can be affected to the successful implementation of eLearning tools.
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Abdominal Fat Percentage and Carcass Quality of Broiler Given Probiotics Bacillusspp.
Muh. Nur Hidayat, Ratmawati Malaka, Leily Agustina, Wempie Pakiding

Abstract: The use of feed additive developed enough at this time with the intent to reduce the fat content in the broiler carcass.This study aimed to examine the effect of feed additives probiotic bacteria Bacillus spp against the percentage of abdominal fat and carcass quality of broiler. This research was conducted in the Laboratory of Poultry Production and Food Chemistry Laboratory Faculty of Animal Husbandry, Hasanuddin University, Makassar. The method used in this study is completely randomized design (CRD) consisting of three treatments: (P1) basal diet (negative control) (P2) basal diet + probiotic Bacillus spp 50 mg / kg of feed (8 x 108 CFU), (3) basal diet + probiotic Bacillus spp 60 mg/ kg of feed (11.2 x 108 CFU). Each treatment consisted of four (4) replicates containing four (4) day old chicken). Data were analyzed using analysis of variance. The results showed that giving the probiotic Bacillus spp insignificant effect (P> 0.05) on the percentage of abdominal fat and carcass quality. However, based on the results of against the calculation, the increase in the level of use of probiotic Bacillus spp tends to decrease the percentage of abdominal fat, as well as the percentage of carcass weight tended to be better.
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Teachers’ and Students’ Variables as Predictors of Academic Performance among Senior Secondary School Students in Ekiti State
Prof. M.S. Omirin, Adekunle Ayesimoju

Abstract: The study investigated the influence of teachers’ and students’ variables on the academic performance of senior Secondary School Students in Economics. Participants were 240 SSS2 students and 24 economics teachers from the three Senatorial districts in Ekiti State, using multi stage sampling techniques. The first stage involved the selection of two local governments from each of the senatorial district. In the second stage, 4 schools were selected from each local government and in third stage, 10 students and 1 teacher were picked from each school. Data were collected using four instruments, the Teachers Questionnaire (TQ), Students Motivation Questionnaire (SMQ), Students Attitudinal Questionnaire (SAQ) and Economic Performance Test (EPT).
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