To test the hypothesis that there is no significant difference between NOUN stakeholders regarding their perceived 21st Century Skills across their faculties, we can conduct an ANOVA (Analysis of Variance) test. This statistical method is used to compare the means of three or more samples (in this case, faculties) to see if at least one of them significantly differs from the others.
Before performing the ANOVA test, we need to:
- Ensure Data Suitability: Check if our data meets the assumptions for an ANOVA test, including independence of observations, normality, and homogeneity of variances.
- Prepare Data: Group the data by faculty and calculate familiarity levels for each group.
- Conduct ANOVA Test: Use a statistical package to perform the test and interpret the results.
Let's start by preparing our data for the analysis.