USING INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGIES IN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
Keywords:Technology Usage in Higher Education, Information System, Information Technology
The rapid development in technology has provided the globalization and to facilitate the exchange of information. The importance of tertiary education has been increasing due to its contribution for development plan’s manpower requirements in quality and quantity. Developments in information systems and technology have provided significant opportunities for higher education institutions. In this research; the implementation and development of information systems and technology in higher education institutions are chosen as a problem in comparison with global scale and taking into account the development of proposals. In this context; the developed countries’ higher education institutions’ were examined, after then universities’ information systems and technologies’ current status and degree of functionality are compared, and finally the proposals were developed. For this purpose; higher education institutions’ level of readiness for e-transformation, information technologies’ contribution to today's class and on the quality of education in shaping the contribution of higher education to shape the future and global competition ready workforce, the growing importance of information technologies on distance learning and on lifelong learning, higher education institutions’ role, and contribution to development of information technology, and the contribution of the envisaged objectives of the development plan.
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