Comparative Analysis on the Efficiency of LIS Vis-a-Vis SMIS: A Case Study
Keywords:Information System, Learners, School Management, Access, Efficiency
Information systems work to make managing data better so that organizational and financial operations can be structured successfully. Schools also spend money on information technologies to enhance their operations, offerings, and outcomes. Information technologies have also grown to a position of considerable relevance in education because of their role in contemporary communities. The department implemented several school-based information systems to assist school administrators and guarantee the caliber of instruction and learning. To provide efficient, open, and effective governance, the school information system must be connected in line with the direction defined by EdTech. With this, the Secondary Schools of Talisay City will integrate the School Information System into its systems to automate grading procedures and information retrieval. Thanks to this shift, teachers and advisors can now simply and quickly obtain the information they need to update.
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