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|Title:||Effectiveness of a proposed system design on academic management of Kampala International University: design, development and implementation|
|Authors:||Mubaraka, Conrad M|
Ssenyonga, Taddeo Dr.
|Keywords:||Innovative Systems Design and Engineering|
proposed academic management system
|Publisher:||International Institute for Science, Technology and Education (IISTE)|
|Abstract:||This study aimed at answering questions concerning the significant effect of the proposed system design on the academic management of KIU in terms of upportability, reliability, maintainability and availability. Using a quasi-experimental design on a total sample of 750 respondents (i.e. the Users, Academic Staff and Students) and t-sample test, the study revealed that there was a significant effect by the proposed design on the academic management system. The study thus recommends that all stakeholders should be trained to interact and use it which will save a lot of time for the students, academic staff and university branches in processing academic data|
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