The Evolution of Educational Information Systems and Nurse Faculty Roles
Nursing Education Perspectives
Institutions of higher education are purchasing and/or designing sophisticated administrative information systems to manage such functions as the application, admissions, and registration process, grants management, student records, and classroom scheduling. Although faculty also manage large amounts of data, few automated systems have been created to help faculty improve teaching and learning through the management of information related to individual students, the curriculum, educational programs, and program evaluation. This article highlights the potential benefits that comprehensive educational information systems offer nurse faculty.
Nelson, Ramona; Meyers, Linda; Rizzolo, Mary Anne; Rutar, Pamela; Proto, Marcia B.; and Newbold, Susan, "The Evolution of Educational Information Systems and Nurse Faculty Roles" (2006). Nursing Faculty Publications. 85.