Human-Computer Interaction and Beyond: Advances Towards Smart and Interconnected Environments Part II

Applications of Human-Computer Interaction for Improving ERP Usability in Education Systems

Author(s): Abhijit Banubakode*, Chhaya Gosavi, Dipali H. Patil and G.S. Mate

Pp: 177-192 (16)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815036398122010012

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


Human-Computer Interaction with a portable device is the latest trend in the
education system that reinvented the wheel of learning by delivering learning in a new
and small package, i.e., a Smartphone. New approaches and technologies have come
into existence to enhance the effectiveness of teaching and learning. The current
generation of learners has the flexibility to learn their subject online through devices
such as iPad, mobile, and laptops. They can save their important notes online, submit
their assignments, and perform numerous tasks daily. For academic purposes,
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) saves time and reduces paperwork. It was also
used to disseminate information to students for tasks such as sharing pre-post reading
materials, assignments, mock tests, case study or other teaching resources. This
research is based on mobile learning applications, i.e., Enterprise Resource Planning
(ERP), and their usage among students in education and academic staff at the college
and institutions. This research aims to use ERP software and identify if it is currently
being used to enhance or upgrade the level of the education system for students and
check whether it supports e-learning in the institutes. The Research analysis of the ERP
software is performed by collecting data across Educational institutions. The results of
the research share the module-wise details of ERP usage in education. 

Keywords: Academic, Business, College students, Enterprise systems , ERP, ERP education, ERP implementation, HEI, Implementation model, Learning ERP, MET, Modules, Navigation systems, Online learning, Questionnaires, Research methodology, Software, Staff, System evaluation, Usability

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