Digital Classroom Network is a web-based college social networking platform. The purpose of this project is to provide a single forum for students and faculties to communicate with each other. In this initiative, the college administrator keeps track of all events taking place on the campus. There will be three interfaces in this project: Admin, Faculty, and Pupil, all of which will have special roles to execute.
The college administrator will take part as the administrator of this initiative. The administrator will add all the staff and students of the institution. The account details of the employees shall be given to them by the supervisor manually, while the student account shall be enabled only after the student’s personal registration in the account with certain requirements. This is done to discourage a bogus student from registering. While Admin will have all the access to the operations on the site, it is very safe for all users on this site. This is because if the user triggers the admin account, it won’t be able to edit the accounts.
Admin would have all powers to withdraw any posts considered to be imperfect on the web and to uninstall the user if improper use of the account is found.
The faculties will post notices about college events to the home page of the web, which will help students take part in a variety of activities. Workers of various faculties will administer a quiz on their classes, which will encourage students of that faculty to engage in the quiz. Study materials will be uploaded to the staff to support students with their research. Workers may even communicate with their students if they have any questions regarding their education.
The student is the key interface to this initiative. The student is going to get all the advantages of the platform. Students can add notes, photographs, and videos to their timeline, and all other college students can comment on, and like, the student’s post. Students can also talk with their peers through individual chats and even with their classmates through group chats. Students can import research materials submitted to their faculty. Any questions in their curriculum that they may have with their faculties, and even other students of that course, may make them clear. Students will take part in a questionnaire administered by their professors and their scores will be shown on the homepage along with a notice.
Web-based – RDBMS (Relational Database Management System)
- Operating System – Windows XP onwards
- Processor – Intel dual-core
- RAM – 1 GB
- Hard Disk – Minimum 40 GB
- Keyboard, monitor, and mouse
- Adobe Dreamweaver CS 6.0
- Apache Server
- MySQL Database Server
Front End: PHP
Back End: MY SQL
- Dashboard module
- Faculty control panel
- Student Account panel
- Discussion module
- Study materials module
- Individual Chat and Group chat module
- Quiz module
- Notice module
- Result Module
- Timetable and syllabus module
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