Evaluation of Fiji National University Campus Information Systems

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Bimal Aklesh Kumar


Fiji National University (FNU) has been encountering many difficulties with its current campus administrative systems. These
difficulties include accessibility, scalability, performance, flexibility and integration. In order to address these difficulties, we developed a thin
client web based campus information system. The newly designed system allows the students, academic and administration staff of the
university to handle their day to day affairs with the university online. In this paper we describe three types of evaluation carried out to
determine the suitability of newly developed system for FNU environment. User interface evaluation was carried out to assess user interface on a
set of usability principles, usability evaluation to see the ease at which users can use the system and finally performance evaluation to verify and
validate user response time required to complete various tasks. The result of each of these evaluations were analysed and the system was
rectified as part of iterative design process.



Keywords: software evaluation, heuristics, usability, performance evaluation


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