Enterprise Resource Planning Models for the Education Sector: Applications and Methodologies
Release Date: October, 2012. Copyright © 2013. 257 pages.
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ISBN13: 9781466621930, ISBN10: 1466621931, EISBN13: 9781466621947
Even as enterprise resource planning (ERP) continues to play a strategic role in an education sector, educational institutions and universities are facing many challenges in creating strong ERP applications and methods to achieve the expectations of academia.
Enterprise Resource Planning Models for the Education Sector: Applications and Methodologies is a comprehensive collection of research which highlights the increasing demand for insight into the challenges faced by educational institutions on the design and development of enterprise resource planning applications. This book is composed of content from management and engineering students, professionals and researchers in the education fields.
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Knut Arne Strand, Arvid Staupe, Tor Atle Hjeltnes
Instructional design is a process that in many cases requires multidisciplinary collaboration among several stakeholders. Domain experts...
Y. Callero, M. Aguilar, V. Muñoz
In light of the proliferation of information technology in every area of society/business, its adoption by academia seems like a natural extension...
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This book suggests enterprise resource planning (ERP) frameworks for the academic sector and looks at their applications for improving teaching, learning, and student-related services. International contributors are experts in diverse areas such as computer simulation, education, knowledge management, information and communication technology, and industrial economics. They address major themes such as process automation, reduction of process cycle time, and better service to all stake-holders. Section 1 deals with management and administration, with chapters on topics such as virtual and interactive learning, and ICT for education in developing countries. Section 2, on knowledge management, explores areas including ontology-based educational information systems. Section 3 looks at ERP adoption and implementation, using the example of business process simulations in academia, and section 4 addresses customer relationship management with ERP. The last section offers case studies on course and curriculum development with ERP.
– Book News Inc. Portland, OR
- Course and Curriculum Development
- Customer Relationship Management for Academia
- E-Learning Design
- Educational Information System
- ERP Adoption and Implementation
- Industry-Institute Interaction Management
- Knowledge Management
- Learning management
- Process Simulation
- Student Evaluation