Thesis Supervision Mobile System for Enhancing Student-supervisor Communication
Keywords:Thesis supervision system, higher education, mobile learning, mobile application, student-advisor communication, peer collaboration.
This paper investigates the problems facing masters’ students with their thesis writing phases and completion. This research seeks to provide a smart solution that is beneficial, both to the advisor and student(s). Survey and interviews were conducted among masters’ students to determine the challenges facing masters students in the course of their thesis writing phases and completion process. Based on the results of the survey and interviews, a concept model for thesis supervision system (TSS) was developed Providing an automated supervision system might encourage students and advisors to communicate in an efficient way resulting in more quality of thesis outcomes and reducing the delay in thesis process. Moreover, the user interface mimics the TSS process in an interactive way that illustrates how the application would be depicted when designed.
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