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Students taking Systems Analysis at SILS contribute to campus printing upgrade

Students taking the INLS 582 Systems Analysis class at the UNC School of Information and Library Science (SILS) this spring worked with UNC ITS Teaching and Learning to improve the Carolina Computing Initiative (CCI) printing process on campus.

“We wanted to apply systems analysis tools to solve an information systems challenge,” said project lead Miriam Tardif-Douglin. The class “wanted to work on a project that would have an impact on a lot of students across campus.”

Students enrolled in the course, taught by Associate Professor Lukasz Mazur, conducted interviews and observations to analyze how students navigated the current system and make recommendations for the new interface ITS will introduce this fall.

Click here to read more about the students’ contributions and how ITS is using the information.