2001-03-30Konferenzveröffentlichung DOI: 10.18452/1017
From Strasbourg (F) to Almaty (K) : a successful transfer of NTI for management of university.
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
It is the story of a practical and successful Tacis project from France (university Robert Schuman of Strasbourg to Kazakhstan (kazak state university Al Farabi of Almaty). The objectives of this project is to improve the management of the Al Farabi university thru : The creation of a centre of excellence ( Centre of services and project programming ) for the development and the setting of application for the new automatic system of management and for the administration of the net; Design and producing new procedure for the management of the student and academic system and for the financial part Using an intranet With the building of a quality control process. After three years some results : A new net for the university : building of the net with learning about switches and cabling (About 10 actives equipments and 200 outlets with fiber optic between the 4 campus ). Three NT servers for the Management of the University : one for the central data bases on SQL Server 7.0 (for Academics and financials), one for the developers and the last for exchange server. Learning 25 engineers about: NT, SMS, Exchange, SQL Server 7.0, Analyse and case tool WinDev. Developments will be done in English but user interface is in Russian language. Academics process ( with all historic of all old local databases ) working for this September 2000 for the central academic services and for half of faculties for 14 000 students with a good result!!! For the chief s engineers we provide special sessions about following of computing projects and introducing quality in the process. Creation of one modern and competitive computer centre : an example for kazak universities.
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Is Part Of Series: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference of European University Information Systems, EUNIS2001, 28.03.2001 - 30.03.2001, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, pp 9-12