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UML ARCHITECTURE OF A WEB-BASED INTERACTIVE COURSE TOOL
 

Summary: UML ARCHITECTURE OF A WEB-BASED INTERACTIVE
COURSE TOOL
Lakshmi K. Bhetanabhotla, N. Bussa, A. Mohammad,
O. Abdalla, and Hany H. Ammar
Dept. of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering,
West Virginia University
Morgantown, WV26506-6109
hammar@wvu.edu
Abstract: The demand for educational software is growing exponentially with the surge
of interest in educational reform, the Internet and distance education. A Web-based
Interactive Course Tool was developed at West Virginia University. The tool provides
components for instructors, administrators, and students to interact effectively through the
Internet. This paper presents an object-oriented software architecture model of this tool.
Keywords: Distant Teaching and virtual classroom, Internet University Object-Oriented
Analysis and Design using UML, Visual Modeling
1. Introduction
Network - based distributed education is a reality
today. This is the result of an increasing demand
for distance education for reasons like increased
commute time, jammed classrooms and parking

  

Source: Ammar, Hany H. - Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, West Virginia University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences