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This study examined whether the five instruments developed by Doll and Torkzadeh from previous studies that include (contents, accuracy, format, user convenience, timeliness). Of the five instruments, whether the quality of academic information systems have an influence on the End-User satisfaction. And the factors which indicators of quality information system of Academic most influence on the End-User satisfaction in using the System Academic information. Data taken from the population offatcat:dk5clww63fd4fcd3fqg7qmmtba