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Title: Influences of information and communication technologies in administrative functions in the higher educational institutes
Authors: Nafrees, A. C. M.
Rizan, M. Z. M.
Keywords: ICT
Information system
Systematic review
Administrative functions
Higher education
Issue Date: Nov-2021
Publisher: Faculty of Arts and Culture, South Eastern University of Sri Lanka, University Park, Oluvil.
Citation: KALAM – International Journal Faculty of Arts and Culture, South Eastern University of Sri Lanka. 14(2), 2021 pp.31-37.
Abstract: Administrative functions toil as the backbone of any sectors, especially in the higher educational institutes; such as financial, academic, by-law, and other activities too. This study review the influences of ICT in administrative services in the higher educational institutes based on past research works. The required data were collected using qualitative technique and systematic literature review has been analyzed to find the positive and negative influences of ICT in administrative functions. The majority of the literature reviews positively support the influences the ICT in the administrative duties in higher educational institutions such as quickest work within a given time meantime there are negative consequences too such as no prior experience using the information systems and IT equipment. In addition to that, no proper training provided to the administrative staff to work with the ICT-enabled environment was another issue. It was strongly suggested to develop management information systems based on the cloud that can be used via mobile phones which can be developed based on staff's requirements, provide proper training to the administrative staff members, and motivate staff to use ICT services provided by the universities. There were some limitations while engaging with this study, such as a very few number research works were available on the internet for the literature review and less number of recently published papers available.
ISSN: 13916815
Appears in Collections:Volume 14 Issue 2

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