...Architecture Design Document for Online Course Registration 1. Overview 1.1. System Overview An Online Course Registration system for University is to be developed with a front-end web interface and a back-end database. An example of the system would be University of Mumbai Course Registration. Any database system can be chosen as the back-end such as Oracle, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, DB2, and Access. Any web server can be chosen for the front end such as Tomcat, Glassfish, JRun, etc. Any server side language can be chosen such as PHP, JSP, ASP, etc. 1.2. System Context The system context is defined clearly in the SRS. Basically, the user is the main sink of the information. The user is also a major source of information/data. The other source of data is a website from where data on current prices is obtained. 1.3. Stakeholders of Online Course Registration This section describes the users of the Online Course Registration System. There are 3 types of users of the C-Registration System; the Course Registrar, the Students, and the Professors. Name | Represents | Role | Administrator | Admin and College as whole. | Responsible for project funding approval. Monitors project progress. | Registrar | The office of the registrar, administrative and data entry personnel. | Ensures that the system will meet the needs of the registrar, who has to manage the course registration data, including professor and student databases. | Student | Students |...
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...Why an Online Education In Sabri G. Bebawi’s article, “Definition of Online Education as Distance Learning”, an Online Education is defined as; the creation and proliferation of the personal computer, the globalization of ideas, and other human acts, and the use of technology in exchanging ideas and providing access to more people. After referencing five articles on Online Education/Distance Learning, Being able to earn a degree at a college, out-of-state or abroad, allows many people the opportunity they never had, or was just not able to afford too. From my experience on taking online classes while in the military, I have been able to take them while deployed overseas in support for our country. I will provide in this essay evidence that distance learning is an invaluable tool, and it has a big impact on today’s education. Three out of the five articles I referenced had three similar subjects: convenience and flexibility, student enrichment, and cost-effectiveness. Taking a closer look into the convenience and flexibility of an online education, I find that all three articles speak on the flexibility to create one’s own schedule. With online training, there are no class schedules to adhere to. Online training gives people who work the flexibility to schedule their own learning time (Howard 2013). Courseware can be accessible for students when they need it. Students can review lectures, discussions, explanations, and comments (WorldWideLearn.com). Students may be able to...
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...RHT 101 March 14th 2013 First attempt at an on-line course In today's world everything is and anything is available online. From newspapers to TV and media to shopping, everything is a mouse click away. For the past several years there has been a boom in online learning and online education. Almost every college is now offering online classes for their students. There are several accredited colleges that were started only to offer online classes. On the road to success, students encountering online education reap many benefits that better prepare them for their future. This is my first experience with on-line learning, and it has been a great experience so far. The teachers are very helpful and guide the students with text and videos on how to take an online class. Anytime a student requires any assistance they could just email the teacher and so far I've experienced that all my teacher’s reply within one day if not within hours. There are various benefits of having an online class. There is no need to drive to college every day and you can save money on gas and driving expenses. You can do your assignments on your own time and set your own schedule. It is easier for people who work to do this in their time after work or on their days off. Also, transferring credits is a breeze as I could take summer online classes and transfer them to my four year college while working at the same time. Chicago is a city well known for its cold weather. There are many instances in a year...
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...Why has Amazon.com succeeded online when so many other companies have failed? Abstract This paper answers question 1 of the Amazon case study, page 444, Marketing Management, 14th edition, Kotler and Keller from the perspective of the writer. Discussion In nearly eighteen years of existence, Amazon has never found it hard to attract investors. When the dot com bubble burst, Amazon was one of the few survivors. Within a year of the general collapse, Amazon declared its first profitable quarter. What has been remarkable is Amazon’s ability to structure its business model in unexpected ways. Because of the massive volume of product it sells 24/7/365, Amazon maintains 80 enormous warehousing and fulfillment centers scattered around the known universe. Due to a recent launch, Amazon’s competitors have more reasons than ever to fear the world’s largest e-retailer. Membership in Amazon Prime, the service that includes unlimited free two-day shipping and tends to boost customer spending at Amazon dramatically, has doubled in less than two years. Analysts predict it’ll easily double again by 2017. A report from Morningstar and Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) estimated that there are now 10 million subscribers to Amazon Prime, which offers free streaming of thousands of movies and TV shows and, most important, free two-day shipping on most Amazon purchases. The service usually costs $79 annually, though it’s cheaper for college students ($39......
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... EX NO : 1 Date : STUDENT COURSE REGISTRATION 1. PROBLEM DEFENITION To build software that automates the student’s course registration. 1. This is proposed for automating the student’s course registration. While the student joins any educational institution his admission is made on the basis of his previous records. 2. The students who wish to the institution must be given with the available course details. 3. The student is allotted with a seat in the institution based on the marks that he scored in the institution he studied previously. After the confirmation of his joining the student must be given with new identity and records as per the institution. 2.0 SYSTEM REQUIREMENT SPECIFICATION 2.1 THE OVERALL DESCRIPTION 1. This is proposed for automating the student’s course registration. While the student joins any educational institution his admission is made on the basis of his previous records. 2. The students who wish to the institution must be given with the available course details. 2.2 PRODUCT PERSPECTIVE 2.2.1 Hardware interfaces 22.214.171.124 Hard disk: The database connectivity requires a hardware configuration that is on-line. This makes it necessary to have a fast database system running on high rpm hard disk permitting complete data redundancy and back-up systems to support the primary goal of reliability. 126.96.36.199......
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ONLINE COURSE RESERVATION
Arise and Shine
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction 1
1.1 Purpose 1
1.2 Scope 1
1.3 Definitions, Acronyms and Abbreviations 1
1.4 References 1
1.5 Overview 1
2. Positioning 1
2.1 Business Opportunity 1
2.2 Problem Statement 1
2.3 Product Position Statement 2
3. Stakeholder and User Descriptions 2
3.1 Market Demographics 2
3.2 Stakeholder Summary 2
3.3 User Summary 2
3.4 User environment 3
3.5 Stakeholder Profiles 3
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...The Surprising Foil to Online Education: Why Students Won’t Give Up Paper Textbooks Joanne McNeish, Mary Foster, Anthony Francescucci, Bettina West Purpose of the Study. Digital resources are an integral part of online education. Although advocates of digitized information believe that millennial students will embrace the paperless classroom, this is not proving to be the case. This research addresses gaps in our understanding of student resistance to giving up paper-based learning resources by examining attributes of the paper textbook that are perceived as necessary for knowledge transfer and that are not present in digital information modalities. Method/Design and Sample. Phase 1 used focus groups to identify the content of items that were incorporated into a quantitative instrument in phase 2. A sample of 386 undergraduate students taking marketing courses at a Canadian urban university completed the online survey. We then used Confirmatory Factor Analysis to test the factors linked to resistance to discontinuing paper textbooks. Results. Students’ resistance to giving up the paper textbook positively relates to the way in which the paper textbook facilitate learning and study processes, is permanent and under the students’ control during and after the course is finished. The fluid and dynamic nature of digital content compared to the more consistent and predictable nature of information on paper appears to be a barrier to the acquisition of knowledge for the purpose of...
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...South University Online Online Course Checklist Start of Course * Verify e-mail address associated with the online classroom. * Read all of the course announcements posted by the instructor. * Check Readings and Assignments for weekly reading, assignments, and due dates. * Review South University Policies and Guidelines, as needed. * Late Work Guidelines * Online Participation Policy * Using APA Standards in Your Coursework * Academic Integrity Policy * Instructional Commitment to Our Students Week 1 * Prepare Week 1 Discussion Assignments. Verify spelling, grammar, format, and citations before posting. * Post Week 1 Discussion Assignments on time. * Post substantive comments to classmates in the Discussion Area on at least two separate days of the week. * Prepare Week 1 Dropbox Assignments. Verify spelling, grammar, format, and citations before posting. * Post Week 1 Dropbox Assignments on time. * Review grades, including comments on the paper in the Dropbox. Week 2 * Prepare Week 2 Discussion Assignments. Verify spelling, grammar, format, and citations before posting. * Post Week 2 Discussion Assignments on time. * Post substantive comments to classmates in the Discussion Area on at least two separate days of the week. * Prepare Week 2 Dropbox Assignments. Verify spelling, grammar, format, and citations before posting. * Post Week 2 Dropbox Assignments on time. * Review grades,......
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...Online Course Syllabus System Introduction Computer nowadays has already been an important part of an academic institution. With its rapid increase of popularity and at the same time its useful benefits, it has been included in the list of subjects being taught. It helps a lot in such a way that makes the academe progressive and productive. In order to provide organized lessons and enjoyable class every meeting, the teachers have been planning and preparing topics every class and this is what we call lesson plan or syllabus. In elementary and high school education, every student are provided with sufficient books for reference. But in college, it is up to the instructors as to how they will provide enough resources for the students. Since college professors have more students and more subjects, they would have little time to give a good quality syllabus that their student would be interested and enjoys because they would be spending their time between preparing and checking quizzes, studying and researching topics for the class. Sometimes it would be difficult to consult the instructor for their consultation schedule since they would also be doing other things needed for their other class. Most of the time, students and teachers uses computer day and night, it would be a good idea to provide an online course syllabus for the students so they will understand more the lessons as well as provide them future lessons to have an advance study on it. Aside from that, it......
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...“Distance Education in High Schools” Parbudyal Singh & William Pan And “Online Education: Lessons for Administrators and Instructors” Davison M. Mupinga Distance and online education are increasingly common methods to study allow students to independently studies. This gives those students much greater freedom in their choices; in comparison to traditional courses and schools. Mupinga (2005) explains distance education as teaching when students and instructors are not actually together. Despite continuing and major growth at the areas of distance education, these types of new learning approaches are controversy. Mupinga and the team of Singh & Pan (2004) wrote on the advantages and challenges of these educational methods. Pan and Singh wrote from their own experiences of being distance university education instructor themselves. They did have a bias that distance education was superior and the best way forward. Also, Pan & Singh focused on university based distance learning only. On the other hand, Mopinga examined the high school distance learning aspect and concerns about teachers themselves. The similarities between the two journal articles enumerating the path of distance education; however, due to the articles being in 2004 and 2005, many technologies have changed or not commonly used such as VHS tapes, cable television and mail courses. Others such us WebCT, Blackboard, and Whiteboard are still used in educational......
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...DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF COURSE REGISTRATION AND RESULT PROCESSING SYSTEM CHAPTER ONE 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Caritas University, Amorji Nike, Enugu, is a private University approved by the Federal Government of Nigeria on December 16 2004. It was officially opened on January 21, 2005 by the Federal Ministry for Education, Prof. Fabian Osuji. The formal opening was on January 31, 2005. The pioneer students of 250 matriculated on May 28, 2005 in beautiful ceremony that attracted dignitaries both church and state. It is the second Catholic University in Nigeria founded by Rev. Fr. Prof. Emmanuel Paul Mathew Edeh Cssp, OFR. Although he founded the school, the proprietor of the University is the Congregation of Sisters the Saviour, a religious Congregation of Nuns founded by him. The vision of Caritas University is to rescue some of our wandering and teaming youths from further slide into academic and moral decay, and development and transformation of our society through sound and adulterated education. Its mission is to discover, sanctify and apply the knowledge of science, environmental and engineering for human well-being and sound development of man for better society. Caritas University’s goal is to give efficacy to the University’s motto and to its philosophy of education. We embrace not only sound education for professional skills and competency in various fields; but also......
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...can occur if the culture within the organization supports four basic values of project management: • Cooperation • Teamwork • Trust • Effective communication This clearly is not the case in Macon Company as the managers luck communication hence cannot reason things out. There is also lack of trust between departments leading to blame games in the company. Macon’s rigid culture has created several issues that go beyond the need and desire to change. The resistance that will be found in every aspect of the company will be a challenge. Below are some problems that need to be addressed when creating a project management model: Question two What plan should be developed for achieving excellence in project management? Someone has to take responsibility – Need to have a system that clearly defines who reports to whom and what is included in the responsibilities for the particular position. Functional line managers believed they were completing their job tasks as required and blame was put on other departments if problems occurred. Macon Company should have a complete project management plan. Stay on the project schedule do never allow any delays. The company can also implement change Management, changes in any area will need to be approved so there is no negative impact on other areas. However employees of the company will resist change since they have a usual way of doing things, but the company management should find ways to implement. Workers have gotten used to......
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...SRS Document Of Course Management System Course Management System 1. Introduction 1 1.1 Purpose 1 1.2 Scope 1 1.3 Definitions and abbreviations 1 1.4 References 1 1.5 Overview 1 2. Overall Description 2 2.1 Product Perspective 2 2.2 Product Functions 2 2.3 User Characteristics 4 2.4 Constraints 4 2.5 Assumptions and Dependencies 4 3. Specific Requirements 4 3.1 External Interface Requirement 4 3.1.1 User Interfaces 4 3.1.2 Hardware Interfaces 4 3.1.3 Software Interfaces 4 3.1.4 Communication Interfaces 4 3.2 Functional Requirements 5 3.2.1 Creating Courses 5 3.2.2 Grade Management 5 3.2.3 Homework Submissions 5 3.2.4 Group Management 7 3.2.5 Online Quizzes 9 3.2.6 Create Accounts 10 3.3 Performance Requirements 10 3.3.1 Response Time 10 3.3.2 Throughput 10 3.3.5 Capacity 11 3.3.6 Utilization of Resources 11 3.4 Software System Attributes 11 3.4.1 Security 11 3.4.2 Reliability 11 3.4.3 Scalability 11 1. Introduction 2.1 Purpose The purpose of this document is to present a detailed description of the course management system. It will explain the purpose and features of the system, the interfaces of the system will do, the constraints under which it must operate and how the system will react to external stimuli. This document is intended for both stakeholders and developers of the system. 2.2 Scope It domain use to use it large domain it use for...
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...Why I chose WGU for my degree? WGU employs a competency-based model where a student may earn college credits based on their knowledge, work experience and skills. In order to speed up your preparation for each course, you would typically take a pre-assessment test of a specified domain of competency, based on the result of which your mentor would work with you to create a study strategy to prepare you for your final test. This way you would save precious time by not having to study through the entire course but just focus on areas of weakness. For subjects like Project Management and Quantitative analysis, which I felt I was well versed with, given my current job experience and math skills, I decided to directly take the pre-assessments for each course. After doing really well at these 2 pre-assessments, I did a quick review of the material and completed and passed these 2 exams totaling 9 credits in under a month. Based on your competency levels, you could achieve higher number of credits in a given 6-month term. You can also have qualifying credits for professional certifications transferred at WGU thus reducing courses to complete, and hence the time to graduate. WGU’s tuition payment cycle is based on a “6-month term” where you pay flat fee per term. Within a term, you are allowed to take any number of courses that you can realistically accomplish in that time frame. This means depending your abilities and time for study, you can complete additional courses and attain......
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...have a dynamic discussion in an online classroom environment? It is possible to have a dynamic discussion in an online classroom environment. Unfortunately, often times we make prejudgments or have pre-conceived notions of people by observing the way one looks, dress etc. Being online takes that element out of the equation and most times provides an equal playing field. • What do you think are the benefits of being in an online classroom? In today’s society, people have heavy responsibilities at work and home. Therefore, it is almost impossible to attend courses on campus due to scheduling issues. Distant learning provides a student that cannot attend campus classes, an opportunity and flexibility to further education to obtain certifications, diplomas and/or degrees. Distant learning allows a student to attend courses that are suitable to their needs. Students can do assignments at their convenience at any given time such as 2am or 2pm as long as the assignment is posted by the due date vice the regimental times for campus classes. Students can choose an online school that provides time-frames suitable for when a student anticipate having a degree in their declared major such as 5-week, 8-week or 9-week courses. Students can choose an online school that provides a learning curriculum that will assist them in being successful i.e. online lecturing in conjunction with textbook/e-book. • What are the drawbacks of being online, and how can we work around......
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