The Use of Information Systems to Improve Academic Supervision in Colleges

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Zyad Thalji, Hayah Mohamed Abouelnaga, Asma Lutfi Hamad, Mohammed Abu elaila Ali Baraka Yousif, Mohammed Fahed Tayfour


A supervisory service known as academic advice aims to familiarize the student with the university and its scientific departments, the domains in which graduates work, the facets of care, and the services the university offers to its students. The academic advising service assists students in adjusting to the university environment and taking advantage of the opportunities available to them by equipping them with fundamental knowledge and skills that raise their educational attainment. Academic advising is an important link in guiding students to achieve the best performance during the teaching and learning processes, to obtain the best educational outcomes and the best possible academic achievement. Exam anxiety, academic pressures, low achievement, a lack of study time, weak motivation to learn, low self-concept, social and economic pressures, and other issues are common during the university stage and prevent students from adjusting to the university environment. As a result, it becomes urgently necessary to have an advanced academic advising system to address all of these issues and ensure its capacity to achieve psychological harmony. By considering the factors of the student's academic level and university specialty, this study seeks to shed light on the reality of the Faculty of Management Academic Guidance Unit from the perspectives of students and faculty members. The statistical analysis results from the use of various statistical approaches demonstrate that students are generally satisfied with the many dimensions of the questionnaire on the caliber of academic extension services offered by the institution.

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