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Research Paper | Computer Science & Engineering | Mongolia | Volume 7 Issue 7, July 2018
Online Self-Assessment System Based on Structure-Oriented Evaluation Model
Bayar-Erdene Lkhagvasuren | Uranchimeg Tudevdagva
Abstract: This paper describes main concept of online self-assessment system. The system developed for performance evaluation of faculty members (teaching staff) of Mongolian University of Science and Technology (MUST). Quality of the higher education depends on many factors. One of the important factor for this is quality of faculty members. The MUST recognized this issue early and organizes different type of activities and processes to support development of faculty. There are various ways to motivate faculty members. An evaluation of performance is one way to support faculty development. The MUST opened opportunity to measure own success and find weakness of performance for faculty members. Since 2008, some researchers of MUST started to work on faculty evaluation process and tried to establish basic criteria for performance evaluation. As result of that study in 2001, first time in MUST did attestations of faculty members. Meantime all process happened paper based version. From designing to reporting of attestations did manually. Came up many questions and discussion in university in different level. Main feedback from that evaluation process showed, need of scientific evaluation model for evaluation of faculty. It became basic motivation of this work and we tried to develop self-assessment system for faculty members with transparent theoretical background. Advantage of offering system is well-defined structure oriented evaluation model and system is fully online. First time author applied structure oriented evaluation model in faculty evaluation. Moreover, produced test code of system with client-server design for online version.
Keywords: performance evaluation, faculty evaluation, logical structure, evaluation design, calculation rules
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 7, July 2018,
Pages: 795 - 798