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Microcomputers in Graduate School Administration: The Design and Implementation of a Computerized Relational Data Base System for Monitoring Graduate Education
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Journal of Educational Technology Systems Volume 15, Number 1,

Abstract

Discusses design of a relational database system for monitoring activities related to graduate education at a research university. Current and projected applications are described: preparing informational reports and projections, monitoring student status, assisting graduation services, preparing departmental files, and researching matters related to student recruitment and retention. (MBR)

Citation

Malaney, G.D. & Girves, J.E. (1987). Microcomputers in Graduate School Administration: The Design and Implementation of a Computerized Relational Data Base System for Monitoring Graduate Education. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 15(1), 91-114. Retrieved April 6, 2020 from .

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