The demand to acquire knowledge or to learn has rise, thus, the present technology had gone a long way to provided means to learn, irrespective of the distance or the location of the E-learner and source of information. This is achieved through electronic sharing of information and virtual classroom. However, virtual classroom and text based e- learning is a system design to help student gain access and acquire knowledge in any university of their choice. This method of learning will enhance face – to – face instruction or campus, use of computer in classrooms and elicitation of information with the World Wide Web (WWW) enhanced distance education (on or off campus). Individual and group learning with both print and computer based materials.
With all these, virtual classroom and test based e-learning knowledge is moving towards every students and staff of Federal Polytechnic Nekede Owerri (for instance) being an e- learner at least for part of their study, this could be through learning materials e- mails contacting tutors or submitting assignment, the use of website for research or any one of the myriad e- learning application. Thus, students or staff must not travel to Americas to acquire knowledge. Also information can be send to students abroad through online.
Never the less, in this research work, chapter one deals with the introductory part of this work and some definition of terms chapter two deals with literature review and some other important review, chapter three talks about the description and analysis of the existing system, chapter four deals with the system implementation and programming, chapter five is the summary, conclusion and recommendation.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.1 Background of the study
1.2 Statement of the study
1.3 Purpose of the study
1.4 Objective of the study
1.5 Scope and limitation of the study
1.6 Definition of terms
2.0 LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1 Strategic importance of e-learning
2.2 Organizational culture- an important consideration
2.3 Training post
2.4 Training role
2.5 Training competencies
2.6 Learning attitude towards using technology
2.7 On- line interaction and communication
2.8 Evolution of e- learning
2.9 Training effectiveness in e- learning
2.10 Learning environment
2.11 Global issues in e- learning
2.12 Learning and teaching styles
2.13 The role of instructors and students in collectives and individualistic culture
2.14 Differences in educational system Religious and political issues
2.15 Religious and political issues
2.16 Languages issues in global e- learning
2.17 Learning object
2.18 Text and graphic
2.19 Future delivery system and technologies
2.20 XML (Extension mark-up language)
2.21 VRML (Virtual reality modeling language)
3.0 Description and analysis of the existing system
3.1 Facts finding methods used
3.2 Objectives of the existing system
3.3 Input process and output analysis
3.4 Information flowchart diagram Programs of the existing system
3.5 Problems of the existing system
3.6 Justification of the new system
3.7 Organizational structure
3.8 Design of the new system
3.9 Output/ input specification and design
3.10 File design
3.11 Procedure chart
3.12 System requirements
4.0 System implementation
4.1 Program design
4.2 Program flowchart
4.3 Algorithm Source program
4.4 Test run
5.0 Summary/ conclusion
Virtual e- learning is a system designed to help students gain access and acquire knowledge in any university of their choice. It can include: Enhance face –to- face instruction (on campus, in class use of computer and the World Wide Web (WWW), enhanced distance education (on or off campus) individuals and group learning with both print and computer-based materials instruction entirely on- line (individual and group learning) because of this mix virtual classroom and text based e- learning knowledge is moving towards every student being an e- learner at last for part of their study, whether through learning materials, e-mail for contacting teachers/ tutors or any one of their myriad other e-learning applications.
Online learning results to learning and other supportive resources that are available through a computer and it includes computer based training, computer based instruction and technology. The e-learning system use text messages to deliver information and data. Student or e-learners will be in their computer receiving lectures as if they are in classroom. This has gone a long way helping e-learners to acquire degree in the institution they have never seen.
1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Internet as global connection of computers sited around the world forming huge network for information to be shared and disseminated by many millions of people has done so well in information technology and in education so to speak. Virtual classroom and text-based e-learning cannot be an exception. Often time’s students experience a lot of difficult in the quest for basic knowledge from higher institution of their choice, not for the fact that the person doesn’t have resources to acquire them but the risk in traveling from the said institution wherever the person might be pose problems. In order to reduce these risks, satellite computer were established but did not solve the problem of traveling out from one’s location to the said location in quest for knowledge.
In this regard, Federal Polytechnic Nekede compete with a of institutions, this sometimes reduces the number of students enrollment in the school to the above listed problems the system “virtual classroom and text based e- learning was designed with this Federal Polytechnic Nekede will have thousands of student in which she doesn’t provide any a accommodation or any structure for and still gain much grounds economically and student all over the world suffer less in having any of Federal Polytechnic Nekede’s certificate.
This is designed that before anybody can participate must register. Students have free registration form but lecturers must provide their staff number that tally with their surnames before they have access to registration form. One month is giving to student to pay his/her school fees after registration to remove his/her name from the database.
This will go along way increasing student’s enrollment in the institution. The system has very security conscious software that resides in the ever helping except those supposed. Having seen and observed. Having seen and observed this benefit to students in an unprecedented scale.
Indeed, this sounds interesting to my academic pursuit in FPN. Perhaps this calls for implementation.
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