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Integrated Information System for Higher Education Qualifications

Catalin Silvestru, Codrin- Nisioiu, Bogdan GHILIC Micu (), Ramona Camelia Bere (), Adina-Maria Dan () and Robert Mihaila ()
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Bogdan GHILIC Micu: The Bucharest University of Economic
Ramona Camelia Bere: The Bucharest University of Economic
Adina-Maria Dan: Babes-Bolyai University
Robert Mihaila: The Bucharest University of Economic

Database Systems Journal, 2012, vol. 3, issue 3, 47-56

Abstract: In the present article we aim to study thoroughly and detail aspects related to architectures specific for e-learning and management of human resources training interconnected to management of qualifications. In addition, we take into consideration combining e-learning architectures with software in an e-learning system interconnected with the National Registry of Qualifications of Higher Education, in view of developing and information system that correlates educational supply from higher education from Romania with labor market demands through qualifications. The scientific endeavor consists of original architectural solutions to integrate data, systems, processes, services from various sources and to use them in the proposed system. The practical result of the scientific endeavor is represented by design of architectures required for developing an e-learning system interconnected with the National Registry of Qualifications from Romania, which involve in first stage the qualifications provided by higher education. The proposed innovative solution consists in the fact that the proposed information system combines the advantages of content management system (CMS) with learning content management system (LCMS) and with reusable learning objects (RLO). Thus, the architecture proposed in the research ensures the integration of a content management system with a portal for information, guidance and support in making a professional project. The integration enables correlation of competences with content areas and specific items from various teaching subjects, thus evaluating the usefulness for this registry from learning/educational perspective. Using the proposed information system in enables correlation among qualifications, content of educational program and continuous self-evaluation opportunities, which facilitate monitoring of progress and adjustment of learning content.

Keywords: Qualifications Integrated Information System; Learning Content Management System; Reusable Learning Objects (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2012
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