Integrated Educational Management Tool (EIMT) for Adamson University

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Anabella C. Doctor


The research project developed the Integrated Educational Management Tool (IEMT) for Adamson University.  Its main objective is to provide integrated system for academic processes which aid the institutions faculty for having more effective and efficient in conducting examination and giving of student grades, redundancy of data and efforts, accessibility and reliability of information in terms of examination and grades. Its features are composed of two academic main modules and sub-modules namely: examination management module that facilitates creation of examination, collections of examination answers, auto marking and submission of scores to the electronic class record and produce printable reports; student grading system that provides electronic class record and seat plan; faculty loading of subjects; has student enrolment; content management of web site; information banking of employee and student information; and management of different user accounts that provides privileges. The system was built using various open source technologies such as PHP, HTML, CSS, XAMMP, JavaScript and MYSQL for database. The developed system was tested based on the academic standards of Adamson University.  The system was rated “Excellent” with a mean average of 4.77 by the respondents under with the Information Technology and Management department, which proves that the system can be a useful tool for educational institutions academic processes.



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