Collaborative Learning System – Online Learner Centered Revision (LCR) Quiz Game



Ng, Han Ye (2018) Collaborative Learning System – Online Learner Centered Revision (LCR) Quiz Game. Final Year Project (Bachelor), Tunku Abdul Rahman University College.

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With the progress of the times, education is now getting more important for students. However, students always found difficult in their studies due to the loss of interest while studying. Instead, as the development of game available in the market are built progressively better and more interesting, students are willing to spend their precious time on playing the games which grab their attention the most. To solve this situation, a Collaborative Learning System (CLS) is introduced. The goal of this system is to seize students’ desire of learning which helps improve their learning efficiency eventually. CLS provides many functionalities such as real-time quiz game, revision quiz game, real-time discussion, etc. which benefits both students and lecturers. Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TAR UC) is one of the higher institution in Malaysia. It embodies with a lot of academic achievements and most of the courses it offered are affordable for students. It can be said as a place to cultivate talents. TAR UC was then upgraded to university college. Most of the lecturers of TAR UC conduct their lecture classes in a traditional way. Only few lecturers are using some other interactive system which helps to hold the interaction with students. The Collaboration Learning System (CLS) consists of 4 main modules. They are real-time quiz game module, revision quiz game module, report and badges module, and discussion room module. Among those software development model, incremental model suited this project the best. One of the reasons of choosing this approach is because the core requirements of the system are clearly defined and understood. Besides that, the incremental model approach does not require our team members to be very skilled and experienced. By using the incremental model, it is easier to test and debug during every small iteration. During the testing phase, various testing approach are carried out such as unit testing and integration testing. These testing helps to identify potential bugs exist in the system so that improvements can be made to achieve almost bug-free system. Furthermore, the testing is carried out based on users’ perspective. CLS helps to hold the lecture classes in a better way. It aims to improve the interaction between students and lecturers and improve students’ interests and attention when attending the lecture class. CLS allows lecturers to set the quiz games with highlighted keywords and sentences of the chapters and provides an alternative way for students to learn regardless in the lecture class or at home, even everywhere. However, security of the CLS is not strong enough and it has weak verification of user input within login and registration. Therefore, it can be improved in the future.

Item Type: Final Year Project
Subjects: Science > Computer Science > Computer software
Faculties: Faculty of Computing and Information Technology > Bachelor of Computer Science (Honours) in Software Engineering
Depositing User: Library Staff
Date Deposited: 31 Jan 2020 02:34
Last Modified: 11 Apr 2022 01:44