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Mobile Learning App in JQuery Mobile and Phonegap Build

Mobile Learning App Screen Layouts

Mobile Learning App in JQuery Mobile and Phonegap Build

Beneficiaries:

  1. Students. Are the direct beneficiaries to Develops knowledge in Computer programming and networking especially in Hardware and software Discussions and they can study anywhere as long as they have this application.
  2. Will adopt an application to help all the students to improve their knowledge about computer concepts and the instructors to improve their teaching about computer programming and networking using the application.
  3. Future Researcher. They can improve the application by updating new lessons about the computer programming and networking.
  4. Instructor. Computer instructors can use the application to improve the teaching of the subject computer programming and networking. And they can use this mobile learning to get some questions for their fellow students while having a discussions regards to the topics. Because the instructor’s main role is to deliver and prepare the information, guide the students and support to be a future IT professionals someday.

Web and Mobile Based Image Guessing Game

Web and Mobile Based Image Guessing Game

Web and Mobile Based Image Guessing Game

The project entitled Web and Mobile Based Image Guessing Game is an application designed and develop in JQuery Mobile, it is a HTML5-based user interface system designed to make responsive web sites and apps that are accessible on all smartphone, tablet and desktop devices.

The said application can be converted into a mobile app through the use of Phonegap Build or Apache Cordova

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

This chapter presents reviewed articles, journals, previous researches that will help concretize the proposed web and mobile game app.

Game

Any activity which is executed only for pleasure and without conscious purpose is a game. For example, people dance, play musical instruments, act in plays, and play with dolls and model trains. A game always has components and rules. Everything that is in the rules is part of the game. Everything that is not in the rules does not belong in the game. The rules are the borders and the heart of the game. They only refer to the game and never exist outside of the game. Although the game has rules which are like laws, playing a game is voluntarily and cannot be forced on the players. Whoever plays a game, voluntarily binds himself to the rules.

Every game has a goal; the victory condition or requirement and the strategy needed to win the game. Playing is experimenting with chance. Chance will be experienced in a game by luck (or bad luck). Games, which are mostly based on chance, offer little development possibilities for a player and are usually boring.

Online Platform for Social Welfare and Development

Online Platform for Social Welfare and Development

Online Platform for Social Welfare and Development

The article presents the different development tools in the development of the online platform and as well as some relevant articles and studies that will help in the research study of the proponents.

The project entitled Online Platform for Social Welfare and Development will focus on the monitoring of donations and to ensure that the transactions will be easier and efficient.

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

In developing a website, there are a lot of things you should consider not just on the front end but the back end of the system as well. Here are some essential tools which will be useful in developing a website that can be used in different platform;

LCD Based Bulletin Board System with SMS Notification

LCD Based Bulletin Board System with SMS Notification

LCD Based Bulletin Board System with SMS Notification

The following sources/references will serve as a guide for the researchers in the development of the research entitled LCD Based Bulletin Board System with SMS Notification

Review of Related Literature

Local

Electronic Bulletin Board for SLSU Gumaca

According to Briane (Feb. 2013), as the trend of technology rises, there is a lot of improvement and other modifications has been taken place in every technology systems that are existing. Through the creative thinking of the people nothing is impossible when it comes to developing or improving new technology. Delaying information using communication devices, equipments and gadgets is not new anymore in the world of communication. It is very important to be transmitted must reach its recipient in the shortest possible time in order to obtain the essence of the information. A bulletin board (pin board, pin board, notice board, or notice board in British English) is a surface intended for the posting of public messages, for example, to advertise items wanted or for sale, announce events, or provide information. Bulletin boards are often made of a material such as cork to facilitate addition and removal of messages, or they can be placed on computer networks so people can leave and erase messages for other people to read and see. Bulletin boards are particularly prevalent at universities. They are used by many sports groups and extracurricular groups and anything from local shops to official notices. Dormitory corridors, well-trafficked hallways, lobbies, and freestanding kiosks often have cork boards attached to facilitate the posting of notices. At some universities, lampposts, bollards, trees, and walls often become impromptu posting sites in areas where official boards are sparse in number. Internet forums are becoming a global replacement for traditional bulletin boards. Online bulletin boards are sometimes referred to as message boards. The terms bulletin board, message board and even Internet forum are interchangeable, although often one bulletin board or message board can contain a number of Internet forums or discussion groups. An online board can serve the same purpose as a physical bulletin board. Magnet boards, or magnetic bulletin boards.

Mobile Based Learning App Review of Related Literature

Mobile Based Learning App Review of Related Literature

Mobile Based Learning App Review of Related Literature

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

This chapter presents the related literature and studies that may help the researchers in developing the proposed system.

 Related Literature

Mobile learning is considered to be the ability to use mobile devices to support teaching and learning. It is the ‘mobile’ aspect of mobile learning that makes it stand apart from other types of learning, specifically designing learning experiences that exploit the opportunities that ‘mobility’ can offer us.

This is because mobile devices have features and functionality for supporting learners. For example, pod-casts of lectures can be made available for downloading. Learners are too expected to engage with these learning resources whilst away from the traditional learning spaces. Although some will say that physical books count as mobile devices too, in this advice document we are concerned with electronic mobile devices.

There is a wide range of mobile devices on the market including laptops, PDAs, and eBook readers. However, we will be looking at the most popular mobile device – the mobile phone. Mass proliferation of mobile phones and the features and functionality they offer make the device stand out as an area ripe for exploration. Mobile phones are multi-function devices which are of interest due to their very nature of offering ‘mobility’, but also for their ability to create and consume digital media. Furthermore its convergence with the Internet offers further potential opportunities to support teaching and learning.

SMS Based Grade Inquiry System Review of Related Literature

SMS Based Grade Inquiry System Review of Related Literature

SMS Based Grade Inquiry System Review of Related Literature

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

Inquiry is an approach to learning whereby students find and use a variety of sources of information and ideas to increase their understanding of a problem, topic or issue of importance. It requires more than simply answering questions or getting a right answer. It espouses investigation, exploration, search, quest, research, pursuit and study. By inquiring, community involvement is strengthening and making them aware of what is happening in their environment. On the other hand, almost all student transactions is to get information, but their problem is the manual way of disseminating information. Currently, there are some universities and colleges which are converting their manual way and existing standalone data bases into an online based inquiry due to the reliability, speed, efficiency and more convenience of the web based inquiry method of providing information. There are other institutions that are still using not fully automated data bases in record keeping and the distribution of information. Moreover, they are still studying on developing a system that was fully accommodate the needs of the students and slowly converting the manual way into computerized data banking system. According to (Kuklthau, et.al. 2007), inquiring of grades is the most common transaction made by the students in school and it involves the performance and activities he/she attained. On the other hand, inquiry is used by the people in getting information regarding on the specific topic they wanted an answer.

Grading System Grading system is designed to provide incentive reward for achievement and assist in identifying problems of students. The grade of the student is a scale which determines students who need more improvement and require more assistance which will help teachers in guiding them towards their development. It also shows where the students excel most so they can be honed and encouraged to continue their good work improve more and aim higher. At the end, it was the reference for the judgments of whether a student can step up to a higher level of learning or remain to be polished. From these reasons, it is clearly concluded how important to it is to make sure that the grades of students are accurately calculated and safely stored in a well- founded database (Melvin, 2011). On the other hand, the grade of the students must store in the secured database for the safety and for easy retrieval of data for long term purposes. Furthermore, education is the first training ground for the students before sending it into the real world of challenge; therefore, the grades of the students must be secured wherein it is their credentials which was used for their own personal purposes in the future. According to (Sahin and Kucuk, 2013), in order for the reliability and efficiency as well as the speed to shorten the process of distribution of grades to the students, therefore, institution must provide a better way of rendering services and accommodating them well. Moreover, it creates a convenience way of providing information in which the students was more comfortable rather than in using a manual one.

Data Archiving Information System Review of Related Literature

Data Archiving Information System Review of Related Literature

Data Archiving Information System Review of Related Literature

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE/SYSTEMS                                                       

This capstone project cited books, articles and related systems, which are relevant to the related study. It is composed of related literature and studies which contain facts and information significant on the design and development of the data archiving information system.

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

The Evolution of Data Archiving

According to Ortiz (2009) over the last few years there has been an increasing amount of interest in data archiving.  Factors such as the explosive growth of data quantities on corporate networks along with the need to retain more and more of this data for longer periods in order to meet various legal and corporate governance requirements, and the need to reduce costs wherever possible, are driving this growing interest. Along with this growing interest the evolution of data archiving that has now culminated in Cloud Based Archive Solutions.  The most common method of achieving this goal is through the process of archiving, which, unlike backups, moves inactive data from primary disk-based storage to an easily accessible, less expensive secondary storage tier then deleting it from the disk source locations. This can help realize the objective of cutting costs by freeing up expensive primary storage, reducing backup windows thereby increasing operational efficiency and providing reliable protection of the data for the long term.  A viable and effective data archive should provide: scalability, cost effectiveness, availability, and secure long term protection for the data.

(http://www.storage-switzerland.com)

Socio-Academic Online Portal Review of Related Literature

Socio-Academic Online Portal Review of Related Literature

Socio-Academic Online Portal Review of Related Literature

Review of Related Literature and Studies

This chapter talks about the review of related literature of the developed Socio-academic Web Portal for administrators, students, teachers, faculty and staff and stakeholders of ACADEMIC INSTITUTION. Concepts that focused on the development and design issues of Social Networking was also discussed here.

Web Portal

A web portal is most often one specially-designed Web page at a website which brings information together from diverse sources in a uniform way. Usually, each information source gets its dedicated area on the page for displaying information (a portlet); often, the user can configure which ones to display. A portal may use a search engine API to permit users to search intranet content as opposed to extranet content by restricting which domains may be searched. Apart from this common search engines feature, web portals may offer other services such as e-mail, news, stock quotes, information from databases and even entertainment content. Portals provide a way for enterprises and organizations to provide a consistent look and feel with access control and procedures for multiple applications and databases, which otherwise would have been different web entities at various URLs. The features available may be restricted by whether access is by an authorized and authenticated user (employee,member) or an anonymous site visitor. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_portal)

Kiosk Based Mapping System Review of Related Literature

Kiosk Based Mapping System Review of Related Literature

Kiosk Based Mapping System Review of Related Literature

TECHNICAL BACKGROUND

This system has been developed by the researchers due to experiences they encountered during the times when they were also newcomer students. Although there is already a locator map existed, but still the information is not sufficient to guide. Most of visitors and freshmen students were always misguided with the exact location of rooms, offices, departments, external campuses and projects. The administration, faculty and staff would not be exposed and familiarized by the students. As a result, sometimes they would not be respected by the students.

Kiosk Based Mapping System Review of Related Literature

Kiosk Based Mapping System Review of Related Literature

Arduino Based Door Lock System Review of Related Literature

Arduino Based Door Lock System Review of Related Literatre

Arduino Based Door Lock System Review of Related Literature

Review of Related Literature and Studies

The following list of studies and literature will serve as a guide to the developers and researchers in the development of the research entitled Arduino Based Door Lock System.

Related Literature

According to Cha Zhang, Et.al. (June 2010). State that the Face detection is the most studied topics in the computer vision literature. They survey the recent advances in face detection the one is the Seminal Viola- jones face detection it contains three main ideas to build a successful face detector that can run in time: the integral image, classifier learning with AdaBoost, and the Attentional cascade structure. With the rapid increase of availability of modern sensing, analysis and rendering equipment and technologies, computers are becoming more and more intelligent. There have been hundreds of reported approaches to face detection. Early works (before year 2000) had been surveyed. A Survey of Recent Advances in Face Detection (2010).“Boosting- Based Face Detection and Adaption” by Cha Zhang, et.al.