REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES
The review of related literature and studies serves as a foundation and guide for the proponents to pursue the research. This chapter presents the gathered information that have a significant bearing on the study. Related Literature
For the past several years, the official of the faculty senate have struggled with defining teaching loads at Gustavus for the purposes of determining overload situation and staffing allocations. Several ad hoc committees have looked into the matter, without resolution. At least since the 1992-1993 school years, the Registrar has tabulated “Faculty Load” data by department, including number of sections (or contact hours) taught full time load (as determined by the department), enrollment, and enrollment per faculty. (C.F. Niederriter, 2007) Faculty overloading has been a known and documented problem since as long as the 1993 – 1992 school years, this fact adds to the teacher’s work burden as well as their availability for fruitful interaction with the students. Our proposed software will alleviate this burden and allows the teacher more time teaching and interacting with the student. This will allow the teacher to feel more job satisfaction as well giving the student the feeling of a more personalized education within the system. Open standards Appointment Scheduling System is primarily designed for Institutions of Higher Education (IHE), but can easily being corporates into web solutions for a variety of business lines. The core functionality of the system allows designating faculty and staff to set schedule of availability and designate individuals enter the system and schedule appointments as needed with the faculty and staff. (Graysail, 2008) Software with automatic scheduling for teachers workload that can be easily access by faculty members will be handy to everyone. While teachers expressed concern for their own workload, they expressed considerable concern that student’s...
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