Implementation of quality tools in higher education process

Pedja Milosavljevic, Dragan Pavlovic, Milena Rajic, Ana Pavlovic, Cristiano Fragassa
2018 International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning  
The paper aims at examining the possibilities of enhancing the higher education process using quality tools, from the perspective of the number of passing exams, after introducing the Bologna process. One of the goals is modernisation of the teaching process by introducing e-learning. Several quality tools are used, such as: Pareto analysis, Statistical Process Control and Ishikawa diagram. After defining defects (seven basic types of waste) that have a negative influence on the final quality
more » ... the final quality evaluation of higher education and how these defects can be eliminated, the Pareto analysis is done, which is used for establishing a vital minority of the exams that are critical for examination. SPC analysis is performed on the exams that are classified as a vital minority in Pareto analysis. Ishikawa diagram is applied in order to find the causes that effect on a small number of passed exams.
doi:10.1504/ijceell.2018.090248 fatcat:bozira7rk5hpxj2b7bllucstdq