Faculty Deliverables Monitoring System with SMS Notification
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Introduction of the Study
The capstone project, “Faculty Deliverables Monitoring System with SMS Notification” is a web-based project that will enable faculty to upload their deliverables such as grades, syllabuses, and learning materials. Faculty members and department heads will be able to interact more easily with one another, as well as keep track of the requirements and files submitted by the faculty members. The said project has also a notification feature via SMS that will remind the faculty about the deadline of requirements.
Monitoring faculty deliverables is an effective strategy to ensure the learning path of the students. Faculties are responsible in completing their required deliverables and submit it for approval and monitoring. At present, there are still academic institutions who lacks with an efficient system to effectively monitor the faculty deliverables. Monitoring using traditional communication is also hard due to physical barriers and time constraints. Without proper communication, approval and monitoring of deliverables will be delayed.
The proposed solution for the aforementioned problems is to design and develop a Faculty Deliverables Monitoring with SMS Notification. The application will allow the faculty members to upload their requirements and deliverables online. The system will serve as the central repository of their deliverables where faculty members and department heads will have access. The faculty members will submit their deliverables through the system and the department heads will also approve the requirements submitted by the faculty. Communication will be easier and monitoring will ease up. Traditional communication will be eliminated and will be replaced through SMS notifications.
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Objectives of the Study
General Objective- the main goal of the project is to design and develop a deliverables monitoring system where faculty upload their deliverables of easy monitoring.
Specifically, the project aims the following objectives:
- To design a system that will serve as a repository of faculty deliverables.
- To develop a system that will ease up the monitoring and approval of faculty deliverables.
- Output of the study will make it easier for faculty members and department heads regarding the status of the deliverables.
- The system is efficient, convenient and hassle-free to use.
Significance of the Study
The project will benefit the following individuals or groups:
Faculty Members. The success of the deliverables monitoring system will highly benefit them. It will be easier for them to submit their deliverables for approval and monitoring.
Department Heads. The system will help them easily monitor and approve the submitted deliverables of the faculties without delays.
Researchers and Future Researchers. Output of the project is beneficial to the researchers and the future researchers. After this study will be implemented by the researchers, it is recommended to conduct a further study for the improvement of the deliverables monitoring system. Continuation and sustainability of the project is very important and that will be the part of the future researchers.
Development Tools of the project Deliverables Monitoring System
Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)
According to Dave Raggett (2005) HTML is a special kind of text document that is used by Web browsers to present text and graphics. The text includes markup tags. HTML documents are often referred to as “Web pages”. The browser retrieves Web pages from Web servers that thanks to the Internet can be pretty much anywhere in World (www.w3.org).
Cascading Style Sheet (CSS)
Jennifer Kyrnin (2014) stated that Style sheet refers to the document itself. Style sheets have been used for document design for years. They are the technical specifications for a layout, whether print or online. A style sheet for a Web page serves the same purpose, but with the added functionality of also telling the viewing engine (the Web browser) how to render the document being viewed. CSS is used to style Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML) and Extensible Markup Language (XML) markup. This means that anywhere you have XML markup (including XHTML) you can use CSS to define how it will look (webdesign.about.com).
PhpMyAdmin is a tool written in PHP to handle the administration of MySQL over the web. Databases must be created in cPanel, but phpMyAdmin can drop databases, create/drop/alter tables, delete/edit/add fields, execute any SQL statement, manage keys on fields, and export data into various formats.
The phpMyAdmin program is handy for performing maintenance operations on tables, backing up information, and editing things directly in the event that your scripts are not working. Occasionally, in the Support Forums, someone will post a SQL query of some benefit or other that can be run using phpMyAdmin. Although many of the same tasks can be performed on the MySQL command line, doing so is not an option for many people (flexihost.com).
UwAmp 3.0.2 is a Wamp Server with Apache MySQL PHP and SQLite It is provided with a management interface lets you start or stop the server with one click. UwAmp allows real time Apache and MySQL process CPU monitoring. It can manage Apache Virtual host and Alias. You can enable/disable PHP extension and Apache module from UwAmp manager. UwAmp can be run from a USB stick (www.cnet.com).
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