SMART CLASSROOM IMPROVEMENT USING WEB APPLICATIONS
This paper presents the development of web applications to support smart classroom. This research describes the web application which teachers and students can use on their mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets or laptops. The core idea behind this study is that web application motivates students to study in the classroom. The population of our research is 50 Computer Engineering students. The survey shows that the ease of using the application scores 4.40. The functions of the application score 4.44. The run time performance scores 4.32. Finally, user experience scores 4.48. and User Interface scores 4.44.
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