Study Information Systems of the Next Generation

The Study Information Systems of the Next Generation (in short SISng) is a long-term framework of development and scientific research projects aiming towards innovative organization models of educational institutions for continuous improvement of the research and teaching processes.

Open-source

In 2009, the authors have agreed to open-source the main software system source-code and since then the development has continued in an open fashion. Sources are published phase-by-phase after large new developments are integrated. Please Contact us for information on latest developments and estimated time of availability.

Features

Curriculum Management

  • Study Plans and Programs
  • Curriculum Definitions
  • Curriculum Development and Iterative Reconstruction

Student Services

  • Term by Term Curriculum Activation
  • Term Enrollments (Semesters, Trimesters)
  • Personal Calendar and Class Scheduling
  • Personalized Virtual Academic Adviser

Teaching Process Management

  • Course Management, Activation and LMS Synchronization
  • Teaching Activities and Assessments archive
  • Online Polling for Exam Attendance

Production use

The system was use in production at the following institutions:

  • Institute of Informatics - Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics - Ss. Cyril and Methodius University - under the name of ISII (Information System of the Institute of Informatics) - 2009-2011 (Curriculum Management - Study Plans and Programs Modules and Student Services - Term Enrollments and Grades Modules)
  • Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering - Ss. Cyril and Methodius University - under the name ISIS (Integrated Student Information System) - 2011-2012 (Curriculum Management - Study Plans and Programs Modules and Student Services - Term Enrollments and Grades Modules, plus Exam Management and Student Exam Application and Tax Payment Modules)

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