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|Title:||Virtual Learning Management System for SANASA University|
|Abstract:||SANASA university is one of Non-state higher education organisations in Sri Lanka, offering students from all over the world an idyllic podium to study and grow in a sustainable and inspiring environment. SANASA Campus is a part of the SANASA Group, which was established in 1978 and offers financial solutions, insurance, development finance, engineering, publishing, transportation and security and women’s empowerment programmes, touching the lives of millions of Sri Lankans all over the country. SANASA university at present is full-fledge non-state degree awarding top institute which located in Kegalle District. Currently, SANASA awards special degrees in Banking and Finance, Insurance and Risk Management and Regional Science and Planning. The aim of this thesis is to develop and assess a web-based Learning Management System which helps to improve the quality of the teaching and learning process. A Learning Management System does not only deliver content, but also handles administration activities such as registering courses, course administration, tracking, and reporting. Most LMSs are web based and used to improve classroom teaching, learning methodology, and company records. Some LMSs also include a performance management system which encompasses employee appraisal, competency management, and skill gap analysis. So, based on those findings it was considered to develop a web-based application for learning management system which allows its users to handle teaching and learning process efficiently and effectively. This web-based system was developed using PHP, HTML5, CSS and intergraded with MYSQL. In order to develop this solution, object-oriented methodology was used as a general approach and rational unified process as the system development approach.|
|Appears in Collections:||2021|
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