Approaches for Building Information Systems for Monitoring the Realization of Students
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Rosen Kirilov: Department of Information Technologies and Communications, University of National and World Economy, Sofia, Bulgaria
Economic Alternatives, 2021, issue 3, 469-481
The article is dedicated to the methodological and technological issues of building information systems for tracking the realization of graduating students. This is an important issue for the field of higher education, as it has a direct bearing on the quality of the higher education provided. The higher the quality of education is, the easier and more successful the realization of the students can be. In this way, the results of the student performance survey can be used as an indicator for the introduction of corrective policies. Based on a literature research, the study proposes a specially developed methodology consisting of five methods. Each of them is described, and from a software point of view the implementation of the last of them is the most complex. An indicative framework of three main stages and tasks in them is proposed, which allow the realization of the designed information system. In the empirical part of the research special attention is paid to the software implementation of the most complex of the proposed methods, and also the results of its application are presented. In conclusion, opportunities for improvement and development of the methodology are proposed.
Keywords: Information technology; Software; career development; career centers; higher schools (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I23 L86 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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