A prototype of a faculty and staff executive information system
McLaughlin, Robert P.
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Design, development, and implementation of the Naval Postgraduate School Faculty and Staff Resume Book EIS system is the result of this thesis. The current Naval Postgraduate School Faculty and Staff Resume Book is outdated and not well maintained. This EIS system provides the Office of the Dean of Research a 'paperless' solution that is easy to use, update, and maintain. Asymetrix's Multimedia ToolBook software authoring package is technically capable and well suited to handle the large amounts of faculty data that the Resume Book contains. Using graphical user interface (GUI), buttons, and hypernavigation allows easy access to desired information. The Naval Postgraduate School Faculty and Staff Resume Book EIS system is a solid foundation on which to examine the capabilities of multimedia technology. It provides an excellent opportunity for the Naval Postgraduate School to become a leader in this dynamic field. Multimedia, Executive information system, EIS, Database
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