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Academic advising business process remodeling in Egyptian educational institutions

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posted on 2022-03-07, 17:37 authored by Lamiaa Mostafa, Nermin Khalifa, Rami M. Ayoubi, Andrew J. Thomas
The academic advising is a crucial process for a student's career path. The manual process is challenging since the student are advised to register specific courses that might affect his career path taking into consideration regulations imposed by school and knowledge and expertise of advisor. Therefore, there are several limitations in the manual academic advising process that could be managed by enhancing the process of the advising using business process remodeling. The paper aims to remodel the advising process using an information technology tool that can enhance the education process and automate the advising process. The paper will use multi-methodological approaches that combine case study, focus group, system implementation and questionnaire. The case study will depends on many evidences: interview with advisors and students, manual process observation to detect deficiency of existing advising process, archival documents reviews to get content of sample courses and transfer it into interrelated concepts. The paper will use concept-related data to feed and develop system that automate this service providing to deliver enhance educational service. The paper will refer as well to expect system outcome and ensure that remodelling process provide better and optimized service for students and academic institution using a questionnaire filled by academic advisors.


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IADIS International Conference WWW/Internet 2016 at Manheim University, 28-30 October

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Mostafa, L., Khalifa, N., Ayoubi, R.M. and Thomas, A. (2016) 'Academic advising business process remodeling in Egyptian educational institutions', IADIS International Conference WWW/Internet 2016. University of Manheim, Germany, 28-30 October

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