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Practical Case Study of a Web-Based Tutor Payment System [chapter]

Tanguy Chateau, Cecile Leroy, Johanna W. Rahayu, David Taniar
Web-Powered Databases  
Problem Descriptions The case study is an online tutor claim system, which allows casual tutors to submit claims of payment for their work.  ...  The emerging use of object-relational databases with Web technologies has only recently begun. This chapter discusses a practical realization of an application using this technology.  ...  Figure 2 shows a three-tier architecture. Practical Case Study of a Web-Based Tutor Payment System 91 C o p y r i g h t I d e a G r o u p I n c . C o p y r i g h t I d e a G r o u p I n c .  ... 
doi:10.4018/9781591400356.ch004 fatcat:7br4ywjoibg7ld3dwg2cdlq6q4

Practical Case Study of a Web-Based Tutor Payment System [chapter]

Tanguy Chateau, Cecile Leroy, Johanna W. Rahayu, David Taniar
Web-Powered Databases  
Problem Descriptions The case study is an online tutor claim system, which allows casual tutors to submit claims of payment for their work.  ...  The emerging use of object-relational databases with Web technologies has only recently begun. This chapter discusses a practical realization of an application using this technology.  ...  Figure 2 shows a three-tier architecture. Practical Case Study of a Web-Based Tutor Payment System 91 C o p y r i g h t I d e a G r o u p I n c . C o p y r i g h t I d e a G r o u p I n c .  ... 
doi:10.4018/978-1-59140-035-6.ch004 fatcat:tbgyhx3pkncb5amqrok6bdz5sa

Conducting Web-based Formative Assessment Reform for ODL Students: A Case Study

Jingzheng Wang, Yuanbing Duan
2014 Journal of Language Teaching and Research  
The study found that web-based formative assessment, when carefully designed, organized and managed, is a very useful way of stimulating and facilitating student learning, it will promote students' learning  ...  following three aspects: a thorough data analysis of the pilot project results; the strengths of web-based formative assessment compared with the paper-based formative assessment and finally the constraints  ...  2) What are the strengths and limitations of conducting web-based formative assessment in practice in the remote areas like Yunnan? II. RESEARCH METHOD A.  ... 
doi:10.4304/jltr.5.3.654-662 fatcat:wnklemhtj5cs3di7xewepf5eam

Modelling Web-Based Instructional Systems

Symeon Retalis, Paris Avgeriou
2002 Journal of Information Technology Education  
The technical solution is therefore the system architecture of the web-based instructional system, which is engineered to satisfy the requirements specified by the pedagogical solution. systems.  ...  Executive Summary The size and complexity of modern instructional systems, which are based on the World Wide Web, bring about great intricacy in their crafting, as there is not enough knowledge or experience  ...  This paper describes a way of modelling web-based instructional systems and portrays the realization of this model into practice by showing a complete case study.  ... 
doi:10.28945/342 fatcat:qfqq6ib5qjeytphtezgh54antu

Costing of Training of Cardiographers in School of Cardiography, National Hospital of Sri Lanka

Karunatilaka M. N
2020 International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications (IJSRP)  
General Objective of this study was to cost training of a cardiographer at the School of Cardiography, National Hospital of Sri Lanka. " Step down cost accounting" (De Silva, 2018) study design was used  ...  The School of cardiography is the only institute in Sri Lanka which train cardiographers. It offers "Diploma in ECG Technology" after a full time one-year theory and practical programme.  ...  There were four steps in the study: 1) Search of information on costing methods from World Wide Web; 2) Interviews with Acting Principal and two tutors of School of Cardiography and chief accountant of  ... 
doi:10.29322/ijsrp.11.01.2021.p10951 fatcat:rxmyvl57wjhs3ektqguc5telxu

LEARNING AND EVALUATION WITHOUT ACCESS TO SCHOOLS DURING COVID-19

Gunnar Stefansson, Anna Helga Jonsdottir
2021 Zenodo  
Innovations included using the tutor-web as a remote drilling system in place of final exams in a large undergraduate course in statistics and donating tablets to libraries in Kenya.  ...  In Iceland the system has typically been used by students who use their own devices to solve homework assignments during the semester, accessing the Internet-based tutor-web at http://tutor-web.net.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS A large number of individuals and institutions have made this work possible.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6496954 fatcat:eywdbt4ppzhnpmac4i55gplzue

Costs and Effectiveness of Online Courses in Distance Education

Kwok-Chi Ng
2000 Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning  
Finally, a pilot project on an online course at the Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK) is used as an illustrative example.  ...  This paper discusses cost-effectiveness as it applies to education, focusing particularly on the delivery of online courses in open and distance learning.  ...  These studies also show that the concepts of cost and effectiveness are in practice complicated.  ... 
doi:10.1080/713688406 fatcat:eihpx5rtx5gkflolafm7cyqkdm

THE COSTS AND COSTING OF NETWORKED LEARNING

Greville Rumble
2019 Online Learning  
The development of networked learning and the increasing development of online courses by both traditional and distance education institutions has raised many questions concerning the costs of online learning  ...  This paper discusses both the emerging evidence on the costs of networked learning, relative to other forms of education, and its costing.  ...  A. Costs of developing online learning materials Most of the technologies involved in Web-based courses have been around for a long time.  ... 
doi:10.24059/olj.v5i2.1880 fatcat:cgcjbsm2mzgbrh52pjhggc5i7q

Key elements of the tutorial support management model

Grace Lynch, Philip Paasuke
2011 Australasian Journal of Educational Technology  
The essential focus of the TSM model was the development of a systemic approach to the provision of online tutorial support for high enrolment units.  ...  of online tutor support in first year, online undergraduate units.  ...  the set up of ADFs for particular units and giving assistance to tutors to update the web timesheet system.  ... 
doi:10.14742/ajet.980 fatcat:zd2w2foxerhmjca3takw56usgm

Scaling up an Online Course to Deal with 12 000 Students

Martin Weller, Ley Robinson
2002 ECI. Ecucation, Communication & Information  
A web-based course with tutorial support provided via computer conferencing was developed at the UK Open University and piloted with 850 students.  ...  The course team aimed to maintain an intimate, personal experience for students and tutors, whilst establishin g industria l scale support systems.  ...  However, students on a large, web-based course place an increased emphasis on the pace of such change.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14636310120117112 fatcat:bid2vbg56fhjjl6ut7ue5y52tq

Social networked game dynamics in web 2.0 language learning communities

Katerina Zourou, Marie-Noëlle Lamy
2013 ALSIC : Apprentissage des Langues et Systèmes d'Information et de Communication  
Figure 14 -Rating of tutor reviews by learners. 48 In the case of marketplaces, for example Italki, professional teachers offer their services for a fee.  ...  Four rating mechanisms are discussed: a) the learner input rating system, b) the tutorial feedback rating system, c) a rating system followed by a text box for written comments, and d) a system of tutorial  ...  The context of investigation is made up of four types of web 2.0 language learning communities.  ... 
doi:10.4000/alsic.2642 fatcat:ikx3kxfa5fhohiq2vknpwkmjwe

Undergraduate technical skills training guided by student tutors – Analysis of tutors' attitudes, tutees' acceptance and learning progress in an innovative teaching model

Peter Weyrich, Markus Schrauth, Bernd Kraus, Daniel Habermehl, Nicolai Netzhammer, Stephan Zipfel, Jana Jünger, Reimer Riessen, Christoph Nikendei
2008 BMC Medical Education  
In addition, tutees' acceptance of this learning model and of their student tutors was evaluated by means of a pre/post web-based survey.  ...  The tutors ascribed great importance to the continuous availability of a contact doctor in case of uncertainties.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by a grant from the German Ministry of Science and Art ("Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst") of Baden-Württemberg (N° D 25.00140) and the Faculties of Medicine  ... 
doi:10.1186/1472-6920-8-18 pmid:18400106 pmcid:PMC2324090 fatcat:poudbdy6z5dvfczza6rh4zinvm

The Conceptual Model of a Web Learning Portal for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises

Celina M. Olszak, Ewa Ziemba
2008 Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology  
In the context of the needs in question, a model of a Web learning portal dedicated to SMEs is suggested.  ...  The article aims at presenting a Web learning portal that allows for improving employees' competencies in implementation of the Internet related technologies in business.  ...  Any intermediate level of a knowledge provision module consists of case studies that are based on practical examples of implementing and using Internet technologies in business (Dul, & Hak, 2007) .  ... 
doi:10.28945/1014 fatcat:xj75akd5znf5bopycszikyjb24

Not as Easy as E-Mail: Tutors' Perspective of an Online Assignment Submission System

Orit Naor-Elaiza, Nitza Geri
2009 Interdisciplinary Journal of e-Skills and Lifelong Learning  
Continued use of a system beyond initial adoption is one of the most challenging issues in practice and research.  ...  The research model, which is based mainly on the technology acceptance model (TAM) and diffusion of innovation theory, has been empirically examined with data collected via a Web survey from 89 tutors.  ...  Special thanks to the course coordinators and tutors who contributed to this study.  ... 
doi:10.28945/82 fatcat:ky5ifygik5bbfd5tfvzqja6rtu

Universities without walls: evolving paradigms in medical education

R. Neame, B. Murphy, F. Stitt, M. Rake
1999 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Medical education is entering a phase of renewed change driven by developments in information availability and technology.  ...  Over the past half century medical education has remained largely isolated from the changes that have swept through most other businesses: enterprise-wide computerisation, client centred thinking, and a  ...  Additionally, during their clinical years, students can use web based technologies for keeping a learning log 8 to record their studies and to accumulate a personal log of cases or problems seen, procedures  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.319.7220.1296 pmid:10559049 pmcid:PMC1129074 fatcat:f3jbcmij6vgl3miidfaifgjysa
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