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Finding the Active Learning Consequences of Management Information System Course: Case Study of Postgraduate and Undergraduate Students

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Hlaing Htake Khaung Tin*, Thet Thet Aung, Myat Mon Khaing, Ei Theint Theint Thu, Khin Lay Myint

Faculty of Information System, University of Computer Studies, Hinthada, Myanmar.

*Corresponding author: Hlaing Htake Khaung Tin

Abstract

Learning outcomes are an indicator of the success of an educational program. The results of the study provide a clear understanding of how to be successful in participating in a program. It should be documented before the course begins and checked whether the course is fully designed. An information system can make decisions, controlling operations. Diagnostic problems and the creation of new products or services can provide detailed evidence of support for society and business. To improve the decision-making process, this paper presents a survey of management information systems for computer students. The main aim of this survey is to enable computer science students to use real-world software to help them make better decisions. Other objectives of this research include: (1) students having good communication with teachers gives them the opportunity to feel motivated and involved in the information system learning process; (2) Improve teaching and learning methods for MIS; and (3) Demonstrating their ability and participation in the classroom. This research design is for undergraduate computer science students from the University of Computer Science. This is a quality design of an open end study questionnaire.

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Finding the Active Learning Consequences of Management Information System Course: Case Study of Postgraduate and Undergraduate Students

How to cite this paper: Hlaing Htake Khaung Tin, Thet Thet Aung, Myat Mon Khaing, Ei Theint Theint Thu, Khin Lay Myint. (2021). Finding the Active Learning Consequences of Management Information System Course: Case Study of Postgraduate and Undergraduate Students. The Educational Review, USA5(3), 38-45.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2021.03.002

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