Journal of Information Systems Engineering and Management

Socio-economic Environment-Music Curriculum Development and Institutional Policy Clicking on Students' Minds and Behaviors Through Music Education and Information System Reforms—A Study from the University Students
Yani Yang 1 *
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1 Ph.D candidate, International College, Krirk University, Bangkok, Thailand
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Journal of Information Systems Engineering and Management, 2023 - Volume 8 Issue 4, Article No: 22755
https://doi.org/10.55267/iadt.07.13845

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ABSTRACT
Information system reforms encompass a deliberate and methodical approach to improving the efficiency, effectiveness, and dependability of information systems within an organization or governmental body. The aforementioned reforms are being implemented in order to enhance data management, streamline information flow, optimize decision-making processes, and ultimately enhance the overall performance of the organization. Regarding music education, curriculum development, and institutional policy converge in a symbiotic relationship, the goal of these reforms is to improve data management, information flow, decision-making processes, and overall organizational effectiveness. Adoption of new technologies, improving current infrastructure, redefining workflows, and creating standardized procedures for data gathering, storage, and analysis are all common components of information system reform. A qualitative research methodology was used, with in-depth interviews serving as the major data collection method. The study enlisted the help of fifteen university students who had prior expertise in playing musical instruments. The interview process was created to investigate their experiences, perceptions, and attitudes toward the musical instruments and their impact on their musical journey. When students played the musical instruments, they expressed increased interest and attention to music education. They developed cross-cultural understanding and demonstrated a deeper respect for Chinese music traditions. The musical instruments also helped pupils develop their musical talents, creativity, and expressiveness. The findings emphasized the musical instrument's advantages in increasing student involvement, developing cultural appreciation, and supporting holistic development. The findings of the study have implications for curriculum development, instructional practices, and institutional policies, giving educators insights into creating inclusive and enriching music education environments. Music education may motivate students, nurture their musical ability, and cultivate a greater understanding of other musical traditions by embracing musical instruments and their cultural history.
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