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Academic Program Administration via Semantic Web – A Case Study

Authors: Qurban A Memon, Shakeel A. Khoja

Abstract:

Generally, administrative systems in an academic environment are disjoint and support independent queries. The objective in this work is to semantically connect these independent systems to provide support to queries run on the integrated platform. The proposed framework, by enriching educational material in the legacy systems, provides a value-added semantics layer where activities such as annotation, query and reasoning can be carried out to support management requirements. We discuss the development of this ontology framework with a case study of UAE University program administration to show how semantic web technologies can be used by administration to develop student profiles for better academic program management.

Keywords: Academic Program Administration, Semantic Web, Web Technology

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1059938

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