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MOODLE1The Offline Moodle ProjectBy (Name)The Name of the Class (Course)Professor (Tutor)The Name of the School (University)The City and where it is locatedThe Date
MOODLE2Table ofContentsProject Preliminaries Description....................................................................................................31.Purpose and Problem Space and Business Context..................................................................32.Problem Scope and Assumptions.............................................................................................43.System Design..........................................................................................................................64.Hardware and software Resources/Equipment.........................................................................95 Cost Analysis for the Proposed Project..................................................................................116 Justification of the Chosen Hardware.....................................................................................127Appendix (Bibliography, Glossary).......................................................................................138 References...............................................................................................................................14
MOODLE3Project Preliminaries DescriptionTechnological epochs have moved greater miles to enabling and giving students a 24/7access to resources and information that is helpful in finding, creating content, curating andconnecting with people. This connection allows them to create, conserve and disseminateknowledge accordingly. AusEd Inc., a non-for profit organization that has mandated itself tooffering holistic education through online platform has a strategic plan that is anchored on twopillars: increasing income through diversification of income and/or funding sources apart fromAusAid and NZAid. Projections indicate that this will be achieved if they extend their educationservices to areas characterized by poor and unreliable networks and internet connections andthrough by improving students assessments, and by minimizing expenditure on non-coreactivities. This pillar calls for AusEd to take part in the design and utilize any available opensource software.A good online program blossoms through purposeful and careful processes of technologyselection, design, paradigm shift, policy updates consideration of faculty workload, removal ofbarriers emanating from the institution and that which harbor interdisciplinary cooperation andsynergistic teamwork and relentless commitment to the development of human capital- includingteaching and non-teaching staff kill development.1.Purpose and Problem Space and Business ContextIn order to meet its strategic plan’s needs, AusEd plans to implement two technologicalplans: project off Moodle and project photo exams. The off Moodle project is to be an add-on toMoodle and that which will allow students to maintain local databases on their personalcomputers of Moodle discussion forums. On the other side of the flip, the photo exam project isaimed at enabling students to complete exams on personal computers and be photographed on
MOODLE4regular intervals. These photographs will come with reliable and be secured until transfer to acentral location with an internet connection is established.Getting connected devices in the hands of students and lecturers from the different studygroups and sites is important, and all stakeholders must share a common vision so that thedevelopment needs of each learner is ultimately met. Solid network infrastructure will act as thefoundation for successful education policies implementation. Proper infrastructure, includingpeople, buildings’ capacity, tools, policy and systems will then build ion technology.AusEd run various offices and study centers in different part of the world. These centers areused to give students a chance to meet face to face with both colleagues, staff and their lecturers,to form study groups, access resources and technology.Other facilities such as that are offered include; student computers and work stations, supportstaff to assist students with academic enquiries, photocopying, scanning and printing facilities,multimedia meeting areas with state-of-the-art video conferencing facilities, tutorial meetingrooms available for study groups, wireless networking to enable connection of student devicesand laptops to the Internet and AusEd systems, student social areas to engage with other studentsand staff, and presentation areas available for information sessions and meetings.2.Problem Scope and AssumptionsIn order to meet its strategic needs, the projects are aimed at providing easily customizableenvironment through which examiners in the institution will create a database of questions.These questions will be distributed over the institution’s network system, and will be used togenerate examination papers for both students’ use and examination purposes. Through the samemodule, lecturers will create a pool of study materials that the students will access from
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