Green Computing Awareness: A Case of a Philippine Public Higher Education Institution

  • Mark Anthony P. Sabili Information Technology and Information Systems Department, Adamson University
  • Aris E. Ignacio College of Information Technology, Southville International School and Colleges


Purpose – The objective of the study is to identify the green computing awareness in the case of a Philippine public higher education institution.

Method – The study adopted a descriptive research design that describes what exists in a situation and often accomplishes this by using descriptive statistics. It made use of a structured questionnaire and used quantitative data.

Results – Generally, the employees have a commendable level of approval in line with knowledge, attitude, and behavior towards Green Computing practices.

Conclusion – Employees have a very good understanding and acceptance in terms of Green Computing practices.

Recommendations – The school management needs to provide their employees with Green Computing Awareness Trainings and Seminars to sustain their level of awareness about topics such as Green Computing trends and practices.

Research Implications – School management should formulate policies that ensure the implementation of Green Computing practices in the overall organization.

How to Cite
SABILI, Mark Anthony P.; IGNACIO, Aris E.. Green Computing Awareness: A Case of a Philippine Public Higher Education Institution. International Journal of Computing Sciences Research, [S.l.], v. 5, p. 534-549, aug. 2020. ISSN 2546-115X. Available at: <//>. Date accessed: 30 nov. 2021.
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