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Title: E-Tuition Class System
Authors: Wickramasekara, Supun
Issue Date: 26-Aug-2022
Abstract: COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way of learning in higher education. Teaching, and learning activities that are usually carried out with face-to-face meetings have turned into virtual meetings in various online learning applications. This project aims to analyze both student and tutor’s essays in the form of perspectives or responses about the challenges of online learning during the COVID- 19 pandemic. This project collected fifteen students and tutors as samples in the Fundamentals of Education I course who were actively involved in online learning activities. Online learning provides various instructions led by the tutors. Instructions can be synchronous (communication where participants interact in the same time space as video conferencing, zoom, google meet, and WebEx) or asynchronous (time-separated communication such as e-mail, google form, streaming video content, posting lecture notes and social media platforms). This project used a qualitative approach. The researcher then collecting, reading and highlights each student's and tutor’s response that is considered relevant for analysis. This project has shown so many responses about the challenges experienced by the students while studying online, The ultimate goal of the E tuition class system is to allow tutors to conduct their classes without having to pay a third-party authority and to pass this benefit on to the students. Tutors must pay more than 25% of their income to 3rd party business vendors in order to host their classes and provide and distribute lecture notes to students. Tutors are unable to host their classes at 3rd party vendors due to the pandemic, but they must still pay a large sum of money to host their classes within the 3rd party vendors Learning Management System. The best way to solve that problem is to enroll in an e-tuition class. Tutors can host their classes, create timetables, receive third-party payments from students directly to their accounts instead of paying third-party vendors, and provide that benefit to students. Students can also attend multiple tutors' classes without clashing with each other, and they can subscribe to relevant tutors' online and offline classes. Web technologies such as JS, PHP, and HTML are used to create the application.
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